Friday, March 02, 2012

More hate speech against Christianity

We read:
"On February 24th, the Huffington Post published a piece on its Comedy page entitled “The Jesus-Eating Cult of Rick Santorum.” The author of the post is Larry Doyle, a writer with credits on such serious TV dramas as The Simpsons, Beavis & Butt-Head, and Looney Tunes.

I have read the post (and Doyle’s non-apology apology). My initial response was one of non-surprise. We so often see people trashing/mocking someone or something after they have broken away from that person or thing, do not understand it, or are afraid that it is gaining influence in their world. Perhaps all three conditions exist here.

So what’s so offensive? The headline for starters. “The Jesus-Eating Cult of Rick Santorum” — In just a few words, a leading candidate for the GOP presidential slot is being called a cannibal and a cult member.

Doyle then launches into his brutal attacks on Catholics. He describes the faith as a “so-called church” and also refers to it as the “tactical arm of the North American Man-Boy Love Association”

Source

15 comments:

Sig said...

Meh. Just typical Liberal-speak. If Santorum was a Muslim or an Atheist, he'd be revered by the left.

Nothing to see here, move along.

Anonymous said...

It was a satire, you morons. It was in the humor section. However, he does speak the truth.

Anonymous said...

Can you imagine that same thing being said by any other group considered special by the liberal media? It's ok to say the nastiest things about religion but not gays, blacks, illegal immigrants, or liberal leaning organizations.

Anonymous said...

Like Christians and Muslims say nothing nasty or disrespectful about atheists and gays. Saying they and other people are sure to be tortured in Hell for eternity, and seeming to delight in the fact, sounds pretty nasty to me.

Bird of Paradise said...

Just wait until these doyle wacktard write up a peice on muhamed and his days wil be numbred

Anonymous said...

Anon 2:01.

Funny, how that never applies when Muslims rape, pillage, burn and otherwise make asses of themselves for even the slightest insult.

I you insult a Christian the worst thing you will likely get is a nasty e-mail.

Hypocrite!

Anonymous said...

@anon 3:19 your ignorance is showing. I can't speak for Muslims but true Christians do NOT delight in anybody burning in hell.

Anonymous said...

I do not make jokes or degrade Jews, Gays, Muslims, Christians or any of the other religions. What i do is say things about stupid people.

Anonymous said...

Good lead:

Canadian girl draws picture of a gun in school, the police go arrest her father.

http://blog.sfgate.com/sfmoms/2012/03/01/canadian-dad-goes-to-jail-when-daughter-draws-picture-of-gun/?tsp=1

Anonymous said...

It is safe to make fun of Christians. They're unlikely to stab you in the chest like someone did to Theo Van Gogh. Like in the movie 2012, they showed the Vatican being destroyed but would not show Mecca because they did not want their employees being murdered. These are also the same people who make mammy jokes about Secretary Rice, Colin Powell, and Justice Thomas. The same type of people who advocate for the rape and murder of Michelle Malkin, and make cruel sexual jokes about underage children of GOP politians.

Anonymous said...

6:56 AM I said "Christians" you slyly slipped in the adjective "true" which of course just begs the question which Christians are true ones, and on examination every Christian could be accused by another of not being a true one - as witness the countless denominations and sects of that religion which each regards itself as having the "true" version, and even each individual who calls him/herself Christian can criticise another for not being a true one, and often do! The "no true Scotsman" syndrome/fallacy.

Anonymous said...

NAMBLA is a leftist organization. Likely the majority of which are atheist, or extremely twisted heretics of a standard demonination. Although since leftists defend the "abortion" of infants after birth, using children as sex toys can't be that worse off to them than killing them.

Anonymous said...

Why is it "likely" the majority of NAMBLA members are either leftists or atheists? Many might be Catholics who spend half their time in the confessional-boxes.

Anonymous said...

Membership in NAMBLA is a requirement for Catholic priests.

Anonymous said...

@ 8:39- You can't be a Catholic priest and a NAMBLA member.

It's just not possible to look as cool as Marlon Brando in a priests vestments...