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So, special pleading, then?
9/4/2011 10:50:11 PM
Lately a lot of quotes haven't been coming from random douche bags with screen names, but actual people writing articles, such as Bryan Fischer here. That's scary. And shut the fuck up. A fanatical Christian is just as much of a bad thing as a fanatical Muslim.
9/5/2011 7:43:45 AM
'Islam is the only religion out there as far as I know kills people over fucking cartoon of novels today. I know Christianity would in the past, but not today.'
It would be very interesting to see what would happen if the New York Times started running Jesus Jokes daily on page one."
(*Switches to Doug Piranha mode
And I'm sure the haven of Quaker-esque religious hyper-tolerance that is the Deep South would just take said jokes in the way they were intended. Just as the slogans painted on the cars by messrs. Clarkson, May & Hammond in an episode of "Top Gear" were seen by the people of Bumfuck, Alabama as 'just a joke by you quaint, eccentric Englishmen':
"Yes not all religions are the same. Some are more violent than others. You should read Harris on Islam and listen to what Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Bill Maher say about Islam."
And what a BBC TV motoring show says about right-wing Fundamental
ist Christians in America.
To reiterate what #1328626 says:
You have been comprehensively owned, Yama.
9/5/2011 9:05:11 AM
Well, we seem to have a troll in the dungeon who's recommending someone who sucks and who is not an authority. Bill Maher is a privileged schmuck who thinks he knows better than everyone else. He might not HATE religious people, but he seems to radiate self-righteous pity for them. To point out an absurdity or abuse of religion is one thing. To act like religious people are children and think your rich-white-guy flavor of atheism is the only answer is another, and the thing it is sucks. So no, Yama, I'm NOT going to listen to what he has to say about Muslims, because I have a better source: actual Muslims.
9/5/2011 5:09:02 PM
I see little difference. Both are serving foreign powers that are known to use Terrorism.
No Jews serve money remember? /sarcasm
9/5/2011 7:17:03 PM
so, let me get this straight, if an cristian says he cares more for his book and his imaginairy friend then for other people, it's ok, but if a muslim says it, its wrong because he follows a somewhat different book?
9/6/2011 3:52:02 AM
"I am a Christian first and an American second,"
I am a human first and last.
9/6/2011 5:11:15 AM
Someone rolled a natural 20 on their hypocrisy check.
9/7/2011 4:40:12 PM
Bryan, you microcephalic POS.
You have just illustrated doublestandards and hypocrisy to the point that this needs to be quoted verbatim as a perfect example in university level study.
I might add, you sanctimonious turd, that the hypocrites were originally those Jews that stood by and used the Romans to get Jesus crucified.
Apparently, you're Judas first.
9/8/2011 7:17:18 AM
People like you tend to be Republicans first and Americans 1117th
9/13/2011 5:23:49 PM
Yes, there is a difference between cristians and muslims. 400 years of enlightenment. basically, the cristian extremists have people like us looking over theis shoulder to kick em when they try anything funny. similar groups are still building in most muslim countries, and tend to have a lot less influence.
9/28/2011 4:52:53 PM
You realize you believe in the same God you stupid fuck-sack. Different prophet, same God.
6/18/2012 11:46:35 PM
Filin De Blanc
Bryan Fischer is a threat to America.
6/18/2012 11:56:27 PM
My Gods but you are a racist shit.
8/29/2012 12:17:35 AM
Islamic terrorists aren't more prevalent because their religion is somehow more violent, it's because the least politically stable area of the world is primarily Muslim. If the Middle East was a Christian region, the TSA would be frisking anyone with a crucifix around their neck.
10/16/2012 9:01:35 AM
"But when a Christan says "I'm a Christian first and an American second," the fact that he is a Christian first, he's got devotion and allegiance to Jesus Christ means he's going to be a better American. He's going to be an asset to his country, he's going to love his country, he's going to become more fervent in his patriotism. His love for his country and for its traditions are going to deepen because those traditions are rooted in the soil of the Judeo-Christian tradition."
No, he will only care about himself and would readily destroy his country if it meant he could force everybody to be a Christian. And he will suck up to god to try to get a better place in heaven. I've been around Christians enough to know that they only care about themselves, and not others.
11/24/2012 9:30:45 PM
So all Americans should be Christians? Are you sure you want to wake up one morning and find you're living in the Bronze Age, Bryan?
11/25/2012 1:53:04 AM
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