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Quote# 93475

Gay marriage means purchasing babies from others and calling them your children. It is an interesting conflation of slavery (purchasing human beings) and forgery (false statement of value: X is my son, although in fact he is not).

Fabio Paolo Barbieri, LifeSiteNews 51 Comments [3/31/2013 4:44:15 AM]
Fundie Index: 83

Quote# 93474

I’ve said a million times, and I’ll say a million MORE times – THE most important think to a stinking liberal is sex – the nastier the better. That’s how liberals judge everything and everybody – if it isn’t about sex it’s not worth worrying about.

I hate stinking liberalism. Liberalism is a world cancer that kills millions every year. That’s why I buy lots and lots and lots of ammo.

Jimbo, Moonbattery 71 Comments [3/31/2013 4:39:49 AM]
Fundie Index: 66
Submitted By: Rabbit of Caerbannog

Quote# 93470

"I am certain without a doubt that Barack Hussein Obama is NOT a Christian. It's unfortunate that Rev. Graham and Rick Santorum won't be completely honest about Barack Obama even though his deeds are contrary to Christian values.

"Both these men oppose Obama's recent contraceptive mandate and assault on the Christian conscience. They know that for 20 years Obama worshipped in Rev. Jeremiah Wright's racist Black Liberation Theology-based church. They fully grasp the spiritual connection America has with Israel and see that Obama is no friend of the Jewish State. Rev. Graham has said that Obama is more concerned with the plight of Muslims than the Christians that are being murdered in the Muslim countries. Still these Christian leaders cannot tell the truth about Obama. Why?

"I do agree with Santorum that this is a 'spiritual war' and that 'Satan is targeting the U.S.' which is precisely why I believe Barack Obama was selected and elected. I'm convinced that the weak-kneed timidity that's preventing many white conservative Christians from pointing out Obama's wickedness is a result of their fear of being labeled 'racist.'

"Evil understands that most white Christians have been intimidated and are too afraid to stand up to it. Especially when it is operating in the form of an American hating Socialist black president who appears to be more in harmony with Muhammad than he is with Christ."

Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson, Right Wing Watch 39 Comments [3/31/2013 4:37:34 AM]
Fundie Index: 37

Quote# 93469

My wife has been saying the very same thing, and the more I think about all the consequences of divorce, it just makes more sense that gay couples are on the same page as hetero couples when it comes to all the messiness of divorce. I'll give it about 5 years before we start seeing all these stories pop up about how gay couples should have a different set of divorce rules......

ridonkulous, NewsBusters 28 Comments [3/31/2013 4:36:49 AM]
Fundie Index: 28

Quote# 93466

Why is defending traditional marriage archaic? If society "needs to move on" from archaic defense of traditional marriage, what is the next move and why is that move "right"? If what makes the next move "right" is supported by the "it's what makes people happy" logic, then why is Adolf Hitler seen as a madman if he found happiness in murdering millions of Jews? Why is there a criminal system in our country if raping children is what makes someone happy? Why are there speed limits if driving 100 MPH is fun to me? Why do I have to pay bills if I find happiness in making and keeping my money?

What about homosexuality makes it okay in our society only because it means some couple is happy? Are there no further implications about that? What is the acceptance of homosexuality saying about the rules of survival in biology (that relationships between male and female of a species ensure the future of that species)? What about the moral implications about sexuality in general? Is there no limit to sexuality in our society? What about children? How will we teach them that, no, a man does not always have sexual intercourse with a woman, even though biologically every single person is born wired to be attracted to the opposite sex?

Why is the move to accepting homosexuality considered a benefit to society? What does such moral liberalism imply about how we gauge the ethics of issues in our society?

Why the hell do I even try to ask these questions of a stupid and decaying society?

aelencloud, Newsbusters 41 Comments [3/31/2013 4:31:07 AM]
Fundie Index: 45

Quote# 93463

True Story....that is actual "Science" and it glorifies God....Dinosaur soft-tissue will not last for "millions" of years...it will degrade...and yet, we can take some DNA samples from it...The Earth is YOUNG, and "Science" proves it...OVER and OVER and OVER....There is not, nor will there ever be a distortion between the truth of Scripture and the Revelations of "Science"...they ALWAYS agree.

Start doing some research about "Tachyons"....and how they (faster than light particles)....might be disproving some facets of Einstein's theories of relativity...The Science is there...and it will ALWAYS support Scripture. We just don't know how to look for it.

HeirofSalvation, BaptistBoard 36 Comments [3/31/2013 4:30:40 AM]
Fundie Index: 48

Quote# 93462

In light of the lethal AIDS epidemic, it should be obvious that sodomy causes far more serious health problems than baby formula or soda pop, so Nanny Bloomberg can’t adopt his usual pose of imposing good health on his subjects. This leaves us to wonder, what is the motive of our oligarchs in pushing so aggressively for homosexual marriage? Their ability to manipulate public opinion on the issue has been impressive, but what do they hope to get out of it?

With statists like Bloomberg, the motive is always the same: more power for government. The family and Christianity are traditional bulwarks against tyranny, providing competing moral authority. Homosexual marriage undermines the first by reducing the concept of holy matrimony to a tasteless joke, and prepares the groundwork for a devastating assault on the second. Christian clerics who perform homosexual marriage are guilty of blasphemy; those who do not will be guilty of hate crimes.

Already a Christian in New Mexico has been ordered by the government to photograph a lesbian commitment ceremony in violation of her religious principles. When gay marriage is the law of land, lawsuits will be applied ferociously to tear the collar off every pastor who takes his faith seriously, leaving only hollowed-out, insincere shells where churches once stood.

Dave Blount, Moonbattery 32 Comments [3/31/2013 4:30:14 AM]
Fundie Index: 33

Quote# 93461

I wrote up a chapter on this for a book project. The core argument is so simple. But I have never seen it refuted.

When you strip gay marriage, indeed all ‘homosexual rights’ to the cote, it’s all based on a specific sex practice. So why not BDSM? Why not FOI? Why not Morris approved toe sucking?

Why just oral/anal/digital sex between same gender couples? I really want to see it argued.

It’s like the whole gay propaganda thing in media. I have said it and I am not the first or alone. Show the result of the two gay GQ bosybuilders in the commercial. Show one dead from aids. Show the Rosie O’Donnell lesbians having their fun on TV, not the Playboy centerfold type.

SHOVE IT IN PEOPLES FACE based on the reality. Then watch the polls. And the laws change.

Norm Lenhart, Free Republic 52 Comments [3/31/2013 4:19:32 AM]
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Quote# 93456

Waiting for the day when Christians will be considered 'bigots' for not accepting gay marriage, even when it goes against their 2000+ year old religious beliefs. When people can no longer speak against gay marriage for fear of being labeled a 'hate mongerer' or someone 'against human rights.' This is the ultimate goal...to tear apart Christianity and destroy one of the greatest liberties given to us in this country...to practice our religion freely without fear of government control.

I don't believe in gay marriage, and it is my right as a Christian to believe this.

The goal should be to get government out of the marriage business entirely. All tax breaks and benefits that are given to married couples should be removed. Gay marriage should be decided by states alone. Those who don't accept gay marriage should be free to exercise their beliefs without fear of reprisal.

k1j2b3, Fark 65 Comments [3/30/2013 7:22:22 AM]
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Quote# 93455

(regarding the death of a teen on his birthday)

Europeans are more enlightened than are we American barbarians, who would want to throw the book at the perp. Three-and-a-half years in the clink is an adequate consequence for taking a (gay person's) life.

DeclinetoState, Where Liberty Dwells 34 Comments [3/30/2013 7:21:32 AM]
Fundie Index: 47
Submitted By: \m/>_<\m/

Quote# 93454

For those of you not from the Boston area, the names Whitey Bulger and Steven Flemmi may have no meaning, but they were two of the worst of the Irish mob here.

Flemmi is in jail now, and Bulger will be soon. Flemmi received some amnesty for agreeing to testify against Bulger.

Had homosexual marriage been in force in 1995 when the indictments against Bulger and Flemmi were handed down, Bulger would not stand a chance of being convicted because Flemmi could “marry” Bulger and not be required to testify against him, since they would be “spouses.”

Homosexuals think they are owed this “right” but this Court better kill homo marriage, or civil unrest won’t be far behind here. Unforeseen events as I described will take place routinely if anyone can marry anyone. This law is an abomination and must not be allowed to stand.

Son of Taz, Moonbattery 43 Comments [3/30/2013 7:21:19 AM]
Fundie Index: 58
Submitted By: Rabbit of Caerbannog

Quote# 93441

I have often encountered the idea that many people who have been sexually molested by the opposite sex in their childhoods choose to become gay when they grow up. Personally, I feel something like that was planned on the Otherside before that person was born. The molestation was planned along with any supposed "change" in sexual orientation.

DreamChaser, Kajama 37 Comments [3/30/2013 4:50:28 AM]
Fundie Index: 46
Submitted By: Wykked Wytch

Quote# 93439

The benefits of intact biological families were emphasized on a "Building a Marriage Culture" panel at the National Review Institute's 2013 Summit, "The Future of Conservatism." One of the panelists, Doug Mainwaring, spoke of his personal experience as a gay man who came to realize that his own children need both a mother and a father.

"For a long time I thought, if I could just find the right partner, we could raise my kids together, but it became increasingly apparent to me, even if I found somebody else exactly like me, who loved my kids as much as I do, there would still be a gaping hole in their lives because they need a mom," Mainwaring, co-founder of National Capital Tea Party Patriots, said.

Mainwaring is now living with his ex-wife so they can co-parent their two teenaged sons.

"I don't want to see children being engineered for same-sex couples where there is either a mom missing or a dad missing," Mainwaring explained. "Somebody needs to stand up for the rights and needs of children in an age when the selfishness of adults seems to be trumping those rights."

Mainwaring receives many surprised reactions when he explains that he is both gay and a conservative. Someone asked him once, "You're gay, how can you be a conservative?"

The audience laughed and clapped as he recalled his reply: "You're an adult, you have children, how can you be a liberal?"

Doug Mainwaring, Christian Post 44 Comments [3/30/2013 4:49:44 AM]
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Submitted By: Rabbit of Caerbannog

Quote# 93435

You know, there's a study (The Cognitive Genesis study) that shows that children in Adventist Schools (that teach Creation) outperform the national average of public school students in the subject of science. That's because these schools teach kids the difference between real, empirical, microscope science and false, theoretical, wishful-thinking philosophies that are packaged as "science"

Kathy Evans, Ken Ham Facebook Page 41 Comments [3/30/2013 4:47:33 AM]
Fundie Index: 50

Quote# 93433

(Responding to Starbucks supporting same sex marriage)

This makes me want to cry. Too late. I am crying. I am so very disappointed. I actually love the products at Starbucks, - love the coffee, and have always enjoyed the comfortable environment and culture. Of course, my definition of diversity, is different personalities, hair color, etc. I didn't realize their culture included what this article is saying until now.
Sad, very sad. I have very fond memories of Starbucks. It was a daily sto for me for many years, and often I would go for a mocha latte, and sit and read. I really enjoyed it. Not only is it sad for them and the world that they are embracing same-sex marriage and setting this example, but also I am sad for me, because now I have to say good-bye to what has been a big part of my life for a very long time.

Praying, Rapture Ready 67 Comments [3/30/2013 4:44:43 AM]
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Quote# 93432

Pam Stenzel is another abstinence-only educator who uses comedy as way to engage her audience, and is perhaps even more dangerous than Deltano. While Stenzel also uses fear and shame tactics, she targets young girls specifically by telling them that birth control could kill them. Stenzel's special, "Sex Still Has a Price Tag," starts off charming and funny but quickly escalates to her chilling take on birth control: "Every high school I'm in, without exception, everywhere in this nation, every high school I'm in, I will have a girl write me, e-mail me or come right up to me and say this: 'Well, my mom found out I was having sex, and so she put me on the pill.' Or Depo, the shot, fill in the blank. What is that protecting that girl from? What does birth control protect you from? Pregnancy is what that protects you from. That drug, that hormone, that pill, that shot that this girl is taking has just made her 10 times more likely to contract a disease than if she were not taking that drug. This girl could end up sterile or dead. Thanks Mom. Glad you cared."

Stenzel also talks about how many young women she has counseled have suffered from bulimia, anorexia and suicide from having an abortion that "they couldn't take back." This is despite the fact that the American Psychological Association affirmed in 1989 that abortion "does not pose a psychological hazard for most women," and it doesn't recognize the existence of a "post-abortion traumatic stress syndrome," a popular term used by the anti-choice movement. But Stenzel still travels all over the world, spreading the message to young teens that birth control and abortion could potentially result in their death, all sandwiched in between funny stories and personal anecdotes.

Pam Stenzel, Alternet 34 Comments [3/30/2013 4:44:05 AM]
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Quote# 93431

Self-labeled "educational comedian" Keith Deltano dangles a cinderblock over a young male student's genital area to show the ineffectiveness of condoms against HIV. This is one of the many acts Deltano features in his performances that he demonstrates to schools across the country. As the Funny Man of the abstinence-only movement, he's been featured in Christian conservative magazines and has won teaching awards of excellence from the Abstinence Clearinghouse, one of the largest abstinence-only organizations in the country. Deltano's show, "Abstinence is Cool," initially comes off as harmless; videos of his performance show students laughing as he jokes that just because dogs have sex doesn't make them "men," and he continues on to tell them what it means to be a man: "paying your bills, serving your country when called, paying your taxes, going to a job you don't like to support a family you love." But this is just the foreplay; shortly thereafter, you see Deltano strapping a male student to a table onstage and holding a cinderblock over him while yelling closely to his face (Deltano was formerly a military police officer) that there's a 10 to 20 percent chance that the cinderblock will fall on him. This is his metaphor of condoms' ineffectiveness against HIV.

While students laugh at his stunts half in shock, he tells them that laughing means that they get it -- and believe it. In one of his performances, he says: "I'm not laughing at these diseases, I'm laughing at the idea that you can have casual premarital sex with no negative consequences. And you know something, young people? That's what you're laughing at. You agree with me."

Keith Deltano, Alternet 37 Comments [3/30/2013 4:43:59 AM]
Fundie Index: 46

Quote# 93428

[If gay marriage is legalized]

society will forever be changed. the bsa will be automatically be forced to change their stance on ssm. no longer an option for a business to say, no i don't serve homosexuals because of my faith. free speech, gone. it almost is already, especially on this subject. schools, against parents wishes will teach this as normal. our society must never accept this as normal. starbucks has even taken the stand that if you are in a straight marriage, they don't want you as a customer.

don't think for a second this is not going to change your life. it is going to shake it at it very core.

Dale Hicks, American Family Association Facebook Page 78 Comments [3/29/2013 3:24:15 AM]
Fundie Index: 58

Quote# 93426

[Someone mentions that man may have altered the bible. A piranha attack ensues...]

Pick a side.

God's word is pure and it says so. Whatever imperfect man has done with it is not the issue, if it is not perfect we have no way of knowing what to believe.

Belief cannot be based on experience, that's how we got mormonism and every other unbiblical pseudo christian system on the planet.

OnceWasLost, Rapture Ready 46 Comments [3/29/2013 3:23:11 AM]
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Submitted By: Frank

Quote# 93425

[evolution is partly correct, and here's why]

Because of their constant defiance and blasphemy of GOD Almighty's Divine and Holy Words, some Jews were transformed into swines and apes during Prophet Moses (peace be upon him) times:
"Say: "Shall I point out to you something much worse than this, (as judged) by the treatment it received from God? those who incurred the curse of God and His wrath, those of whom some He transformed into apes and swine, those who worshipped evil;- these are (many times) worse in rank, and far more astray from the even path!" (The Noble Quran, 5:60)"

Usa, Y! answers 23 Comments [3/29/2013 3:22:58 AM]
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Quote# 93417

Obama Denounces America to Its Enemies Below Giant Picture of Pedophile Terrorist

Obama wouldn’t give a speech at Catholic Georgetown until a holy Christian symbol had been blacked out. In contrast, he didn’t have a problem speaking under the giant visage of dead-of-AIDS, boy-molesting terrorist Yasser Arafat[...]

Completing this sick farce, Obama used the opportunity to denounce America’s history to Palestinians — the people who danced and passed out candy in the streets to celebrate 9/11:

“I’m reminded of my own daughters, and I know what hopes and aspirations I have for them. And those of us in the United States understand that change takes time but it is also possible, because there was a time when my daughters could not expect to have the same opportunities in their own country as somebody else’s daughters.”

It seems liberals will never stop rubbing America’s face in the hyperexploited misdeeds of past centuries — not even at the most inappropriate times conceivable. But even having participated in the worldwide institution of slavery will be forgotten before we live down the disgrace of allowing Barack Hussein Obama to represent our country.

Dave Blount, Moonbattery 37 Comments [3/29/2013 3:21:22 AM]
Fundie Index: 45

Quote# 93416

Hollywood has long forgotten about the biblical-epic film era that saw movies like: “Samson and Delilah,” “Quo Vadis,” “David and Bathsheba, “The Ten Commandments,” and “Ben-Hur” become top box-offices hits of the year that they were released. Once liberals took over the movie industry in the 1960’s there has been a ban on the production of any movie with a positive biblical message....
I don’t expect to ever see a positive Christian movie produced by a major studio. We have reached a point where the god of this world will never allow it. The average studio executive -- is repulsed by all things biblical because it conflicts with his or her evil nature.

Todd Strandberg, Rapture Ready 50 Comments [3/29/2013 3:21:02 AM]
Fundie Index: 41
Submitted By: tony

Quote# 93415

Actually we have a closet bisexual in the white house right now. His constant shoving of gay rights down our throats, first in the military and now gay marriage, is suspicious.

This man did not have a good father figure growing up. His mother was a confused woman herself. This leader had no stability growing up. He then went to liberal universities where he was likely exposed to counter-culture types and perhaps 'experimented' with his college 'bros.'

Just a guess, it is doubtful I can be proved right or wrong on this. No evidence exists except for the leader's current actions.

Freiheit Reich, NationStates 38 Comments [3/29/2013 3:20:45 AM]
Fundie Index: 42

Quote# 93411

If there are any of you "atheists" out there reading this dialog, you may wish to consider this before your little pi$$-ant group dose too much to silence Christianity. "Vengeance is mine!" said the Lord - and he has some friends that will be glad to help him with the task and his friends have friends and their friends have friends and so on. Oh, I almost forgot; they know Mr. Colt, Mr. Marlin, Mr. Smith & Mr. Wesson, as well as Mr. Remington and Mr. Winchester and others; so you see - maybe the Monument should be left alone to serve its Honored purpose. Your time would be better spent trying to figure out how to justify ALL of the Obama Family's vacations with Taxpayer money - Get It?...

Doc Jimmy, Political Outcast 86 Comments [3/28/2013 3:40:50 AM]
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Submitted By: Hasan Prishtina

Quote# 93410

In any case, if the average man on the street is innocent and undeserving of God's harsh judgment, then the gospel is unnecessary for most people. But Scripture teaches that everyone has sinned against God and transgressed his laws, so that everyone deserves death and destruction. Once we affirm this, then there is no reason to be shocked when God pours out his wrath upon a group of people, even killing thousands of them all at once. Rather, it is to be expected.


God has always judged sinners through natural and "man-made" disasters, killing thousands of them at a time. This is wholly consistent with his holy and just nature. There is no problem with this other than the fact that many people do not want to believe the truth about God and about themselves. In denying that God is the God of disasters, they assure people that he can be ignored and even mocked with impunity. But this universe is not a democracy, and you cannot democratize or Americanize the kingdom of heaven. You have no rights that would require God to treat you a certain way. With God there is no freedom of religion, no freedom of speech, no freedom of thought – if you believe the wrong thing, say the wrong thing, or even think the wrong thing, God will take it into account and punish you for it, that is, unless you have been saved from his wrath through Jesus Christ.

"This makes God a tyrant," you say. But is God unrighteous unless he conforms to your political theory? This objection itself is evidence of human depravity, and shows that mankind deserves the harshest possible divine punishments. And who says that God cannot be a tyrant? The first definition of a tyrant does not carry the negative connotations often associated with the word, but it is simply "an absolute ruler unrestrained by law or constitution" (Merriam-Webster). No sinful man deserves so much power, but the true God can have no less.

Vincent Cheung, Invincible Faith 65 Comments [3/28/2013 3:40:35 AM]
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Submitted By: Skyknight
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