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posted by snarkydude

In reply to: Inaugural pastor withdraws over anti-gay remarks »

January 10, 2013

@avenger: yeah, I'll bet he "withdrew himself". When pigs fly.

1. Some Obama staffer is probably looking for a job, for not vetting this guy.

"Hey!! Let's get some semi-Christian video preacher! It'll look like we're religious."
"Okay. Who do you want? We got a lot of flak about that last one."
"There's this guy in Atlanta. He had a big rally of young people on TV. He must be popular. Let's get him."
Later: "Dumb-butt! This guy's anti-gay."
"Oops. My bad."

2. Have you ever met a fundamentalist that "softened his views"? (laughing hysterically as I ask that.) He believes in gay conversion therapy.

3. Have you ever seen a fundamentalist preacher voluntarily give up the opportunity to stand in front of a big TV audience and run his mouth?

(Somewhere at an airport near you, a squadron of pigs is readying for take-off.)

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