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And the No. 1 abuse of homosexual activism in the United States in 2011, was the implementation of the repeal of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," allowing open homosexual behavior in our military. No one can yet know how damaging the repeal of the ban on sodomy will be – we can only guess – but there's no question that it will damage the character of our armed forces and undermine their effectiveness. Dare I say the obvious? We need non-effeminate men in the military. Does anyone really believe that a prancing drill sergeant won't detract from readiness? Where women are serving, they should be women of high character, not those who embrace homosexual conduct and publicly declare a "sin" identity. These folks have truly lost their way, their shame, their innate sense of God's touch on and design for their lives.

Friends, this list is a call to action. We need to first understand the decline into barbarism that homosexual and sex-change activism brings. Then, we need to each be that person who gets it, who understands that these folks with their radical ideology are purposely endangering families, children, our nation's security, our economy and the religious freedom of all who don't go along.

God has warned us in the pages of Scripture that these sinful impulses will end in catastrophe. It's not true that this is just another way to love, but these activists, as you can see, intend to overturn the beauty of traditional sexual morality.

Please join me in pledging to speak out against this destructive agenda wherever possible during 2012.

Linda Harvey, Right Wing Watch 106 Comments [12/29/2011 4:17:21 AM]
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His4Life

[Deleted] Community Church is a nondenominational congregation that practices the spiritual gifts and identifies as charismatic. Miracles have been reported by the congregation before, including feathers materializing during prayer and instances of choir members seemingly lifted off the ground by an unseen presence. Reverend Grinnell attributes it all to God, stating that the church walks with “eyes wide open” and regularly expects to see God’s work displayed in dramatic fashion.

“We don’t believe in a dead Bible.” Rev. Grinnell says. “We believe in a living God and a living Christ, and we come to church expecting to see Him at work. Christian scripture teaches us that those with eyes open to see will see the hand of God moving, and we’ve been privileged to see just that on numerous occasions.”

Grinnell said that he sat down and cried in a near state of shock after Sunday’s events.

“I’m still coming to terms with it.” He indicated, pausing as he struggled with the emotions. “It’s challenged me. It’s challenged me to be a better pastor, a better father, a better man. This was a turning point for our congregation and I think it will shape the direction we take in the next twelve months.”

More information about [deleted] Community Church can be found online at: [Deleted]

1/22/2012 3:45:28 PM

Dr.Shrinker

"I could give you the names of the papers and reporters who were aware of the story but chose not to cover it."


And that is supposed to prove what exactly?

As for the rest of your posts, all I can say is: Please Stop! You're not funny or entertaining anymore. You're just pathetic.

1/22/2012 4:10:09 PM

Justanotheratheist

The story of the millennium and nobody wanted to run with it? What the fuck does that tell you? Not that the press is anti-Christian (in America?! Do me a fucking favour!) but that the strong smell of bullshit was detected.

And who can blame them? The sound of laughter could be heard in Mexico.

1/23/2012 2:18:16 AM

Anon-e-moose

@Troll/Poe/Nuts4Life

"I belong to the one who is flawless and perfect"

Oh yeah. Perfect enough to curse a fig tree for not fruiting out of season. What any sane person would do, natch [/hyper-sarcasm]. Assaulting people going about their lawful business - even if it's in a temple, it was still legal. Romans 13:1-5, and all that jazz. Breaking his own 5th Commandment, when he said (emphasis added):

Luke 14:26: 'If anyone comes to Me, and does not hate his own father and mother and wife and children and brothers and sisters, yes, and even his own life, he cannot be My disciple.'

...oh, and doesn't even mention word one about your precious bigotry against homosexuals, then he is flawed and imperfect. But then, he shouldn't be saying that about parents, least of all his own mother, seeing as he was born as the result of - via the Holy Ghost; one part of God - statutory rape.

As I stated previously, your 'God' is a paedophile, after all; he comitted statutory rape with Mary, a child bride.

And yet, you dared question my superiority to your 'God'?! At least I have sex with a woman in her thirties..

Troll/Poe/Nuts4Life's [Deleted]claims. [Deleted]credibility.

[Deleted]Sanity. [Deleted] Believability.

@Justanotheratheist

"You'd think that Jesus appearing in person in front of 500 people might just make the news, especially in Jesus-mad America. Funnily, I have seen no reference that even the ridiculous Fox News picked up on this."

Not so much as them merest mention of such on BBC News, or even Reuters.com, the most ultra-reliable (certainly neutral) news providers. Funny, that. And not in a 'funny-ha-ha' way, neither.

"But then religion thrives on the very fact that the religious will and do believe absolutely any shit that they want to believe. The oft-quoted fact that what their God seemingly wants always bears an uncanny resemblance to what they themselves comes to mind."

Indeed...:



Especially as - certainly as Troll/Poe/Nuts4Life & all her homophobic ilk are concerned - there isn't so much as word one in the New Testament by their precious Jesus condemning homosexuality. Funny, that. And not in a 'Funny-ha-ha' way, neither II.

@Dr. Shrinker

Troll/Poe/Nuts4Life = Carico:

http://encyclopediadramatica.ch/index.php?title=Carico&redirect=no

The only difference being:

http://www.fstdt.net/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=6183

http://www.fstdt.net/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=12675&Page=1

http://www.fstdt.net/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=21089&Page=1*

http://www.fstdt.net/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=38227&Page=1

http://www.fstdt.net/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=40036&Page=1

http://www.fstdt.net/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=58914&Page=1

(oh, and this quote by Carico is an all-time classic):

http://www.fstdt.net/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=16872&Page=1

Carico's stubborn refusal to acknowledge reality. Troll/Poe/Nuts4Life's stubborn refusal to admit that her Bible-based bigotry is unjustifiable. Otherwise, they're both the same. Although, when I come to think about it; and I refer Troll/Poe/Nuts4Life to this...:

http://www.fstdt.net/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=40556&Page=1

As it has particular relevance to her. But then, Troll/Poe/Nuts4Life here:

http://www.fstdt.net/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=68592&Page=1

Thinks that an object made of wood pulp, ink, glue and cardboard can be an eyewitness. So in actuality, there is no difference whatsoever between Troll/Poe/Nuts4Life and Carico.

I refer you to David D.G.'s comment in the first linked thread above:

'Carico and her ilk are proud of their ignorance, and they insist, demand, decree that everyone else be as ignorant as they. What amazing insanity this is.'

Like I say, delusion = insanity. Two or more people sharing the same delusion = Religion.

Troll/Poe/Nuts4Life and her ilk are proud of their bigotry, and they insist, demand, decree, threaten that everyone else be as bigoted as they. What amazing insanity this is.

'But it does me no injury for my neighbour to say there are twenty gods or no God. It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg.'

-Thomas Jefferson

But it does me no injury for my neighbour - and his male friend - to do what they want in private. It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg.

What a bunch of right-wing Fundamentalist Christian Theocratic Dominionists want to do, however...!

And that's the difference between we Secularist, Atheist people (especially here in the very secular Europe; two words: Czech Republic), and you right-wing fundies in the US.

Me, I personally think Pride Parades are great displays of LGBT culture. And I'm a straight man. What possible harm do they do to you & your ilk, eh dearie? You tell me. I can tell you how much the emergent LGBT culture, nay, lifestyle has affected me personally:

Zero.

Remember: there were those decades ago, who considered that African-American people being given more rights would cause untold damage to American society. Like I say, NAACP & ACLU ring any bells, dearie?

Homophobia = Racism. Both bigotry. Both unjusifiable. Ergo, right-wing fundamentalist Christians who speak word one against LGBT people in any way = Racists; you = Fred Phelps. Q.E.D.

You of all people should realise the unjustifiability, nay, worse than sin you speak, whenever you say anything other than 'Gay people are decent, civilised human beings who have as much right to exist as African-American people do. To live in peace and security as everyone else does. With equal rights, just as everyone else has. Without anyone even thinking anything derogatory about them.'

Remember the placards carried by certain people decades ago, which said 'I Am A Man'? Continue on the way you bigoted fundies do with your unjustifiable attitudes, and how long before you see protest marches with LGBT people carrying placards saying 'I Am A HUMAN'? You tell me.

Moral: You of all people being bigoted towards other people not exactly like you? Oh, the double-standards. Oh, the hypocrisy. Oh, the SHAME! The phrase 'Pot calling the Kettle black' exists for a reason.

Just as you would be the first to say to others 'You have NO right to say the 'N'-word!' Well, now you know how certain people feel, dearie, whenever, as you say here:

http://www.fstdt.net/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=81077&Page=7

"I am blunt and speak my mind. If it offends people, that is their issue, not mine"

About the equally unjustifiable things you say about others not exactly like you. Now, that use of the 'N'-word by others who aren't African-Americans. Is it your issue if you are offended by such, nay, worse...?

You. Tell. Me.

And there were Caucasian people who once used the Bible to justify their race-based bigotry. Like I say: Racism = Homopobia. Both attitudes have no right to exist (not even in people's minds, as you of all people should acknowledge). Ergo you = Fred Phelps. Q.E. and D.

...unless you change that attitude of yours, dearie. And everyone else like you. Remember: so many good people died in WWII to eliminate the same attitudes exhibited by a certain Austrian, who was also a fundamentalist Christian; attitudes which had absolutely no right to exist in the first place.

The last thing I would want would be is to be equated with your country's ultimate hyper-bigot (or that of a certain Austrian). Do you?


*- What I do with said Bibles. I take a dump, and wipe my arse with pages torn out of such. If it offends fundies, that is their (t)issue, not mine.

It's not my fault if those who print Bibles (PROTIP: not printed - or written - by God himself, therefore it can't be 'his' Word, but only the ramblings of flawed, imperfect, inconsistent, contradictory Bronze Age goatfuckers with ideas above their stations: men) use a grade of paper that's so absorbent! >:D


1/23/2012 7:14:38 AM

Anon-e-moose

@Dr. Shrinker, Justanotheratheist

I've seen a flying car on TV. But - unlike Troll/Poe/Nuts4Life's claims that she has yet to date validate with proof to our satisfaction - I can prove it:



A Vauxhall Astra VXR flying around the studio in an episode of BBC's "Top Gear":

http://www.youtube.com/watch?gl=GB&v=g5n9FYTPTB0

A similar flying car at the NEC Arena; also "Top Gear"-related:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYyLTPha_a0

Okay, that's my claim validated, your turn, dearie.



Some say, that it's impossible for him to wear socks. And that he has no concept of 'faith', because it has yet to prove it's existence to him. All we know is... he's called The Stig!

1/24/2012 8:28:35 AM

Seeker Lancer

Some gays are the biggest, toughest guys around.

And they were serving in the military anyway before DADT was repealed so what's your point?

2/23/2012 11:31:30 AM
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