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Wednesday, September 08, 2010

every time i pick up a newspaper

or a periodical or look on a news sight on the internet, a wave of nausea comes over me (literally). i have no love for religions. i love books. even books i think are evil. well not so much do i love them as i wish them to exist simply because it's the RIGHT thing to do. when an american...when a 'religious' american burns a book, especially a holy book to others, i want to scream. 

1) this is america. land of the free, home of the brave
2) this is america, we have freedom of religion here
3) in this particular incident, the evil doers are 'christians'. didn't your christ teach you to be accepting? (guess not)
4) i want the people who are offended by the actions of these 'christians'  to know these 'christians' are the types of people who not only will burn holy books of other religions, they'd burn almost any book (other than their bible) they could get their hands on
5) seems like the actions of these 'christians' may (heavy on the may) further endanger AMERICANs stationed in the middle east



stray said...

To answer your question about Jesus, no, this is the 2011 model who is also anti-welfare.

I liked the picture in the NYT of some people in Afghanistan burning Mr. Jones in effigy. Can we do the same? Because, srsly, "Dove World Outreach"? What a bunch of asswipes.

a rose is a rose said...

asswipe is too nice a word

stray said...

Yes, I know, but I didn't want to dignify him with anything more pointed.

Unfortunately, the international ruckus this has caused seems to have given this utter squit a real platform boost. Watch what happens as he oh-so- magnanimously cancels the event and then, as a reward, gets to waste the valuable time of many serious people.

a rose is a rose said...

it's tiny little place with a tiny little mind running it. the publicity is mind boggling. bet he has had a woody since day one of this shite