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Jerry Boykin Believes in the Return of Rambo Jesus — and Says That the Savior Wants You To Buy an AR-15

skepticalavenger:

atheistassessment:

Words fail, so I’ll just let this speak for itself. It’s the just-surfaced audio of a speech that Jerry Boykin, executive vice president of the Family Research Council, delivered at the WallBuilders’ Pro-Family Legislators Conference in November:




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And this is the kind of thinking that starts holy wars.  

God was and is made in the image of Man. Exhibit # 996,012,550,100,312.

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No need to apologize, Australia.  You got rid of him fair and square.  We’ve been trying to dump him off on other countries but no one else is dumb enough to take him.

Apology accepted. We’ve shat so many morons into the world we’re in no position to throw stones. Plus, I can’t stay mad at anyone who gave us Miranda Kerr.

skepticalavenger:

atheistjack:

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No need to apologize, Australia.  You got rid of him fair and square.  We’ve been trying to dump him off on other countries but no one else is dumb enough to take him.

Apology accepted. We’ve shat so many morons into the world we’re in no position to throw stones. Plus, I can’t stay mad at anyone who gave us Miranda Kerr.

theatlantic:

Free Advice to Tea Partiers: Don’t Earnestly Post Anti-Racism Satire on Your Facebook Wall

Here is a tale of two conservative groups in America—one sincere, and one satirical—and what happened when Facebook brought them together.
The first is named the National Liberty Federation. Based in West Palm Beach, Florida, it calls itself part of the Tea Party. Its website thunders that it’s “dedicated to promoting awareness regarding our inalienable rights,” then lists six staff members devoted to the cause. Back in September, the New York Times accused it of profiting from a federal government shutdown.  
Its Facebook page—facebook.com/libertyheadquarters—posts angry, often anti-Muslim or racist images, and boasts some 95,000 fans.
The second is called Columbia. Built in the 1890s as a World’s Fair-style exhibition, Columbia floats in the sky, powered by blimps and “quantum levitation.” While it was meant to travel from continent to continent and showcase the new utopia that is the United States, xenophobes and white supremacists eventually overtook Columbia, seceding and governing it as violent ultra-nationalistic theocracy.
Read more. [Image: Bioshock Infinite/2K Games]


That’s hilarical.

theatlantic:

Free Advice to Tea Partiers: Don’t Earnestly Post Anti-Racism Satire on Your Facebook Wall

Here is a tale of two conservative groups in America—one sincere, and one satirical—and what happened when Facebook brought them together.

The first is named the National Liberty Federation. Based in West Palm Beach, Florida, it calls itself part of the Tea Party. Its website thunders that it’s “dedicated to promoting awareness regarding our inalienable rights,” then lists six staff members devoted to the cause. Back in September, the New York Times accused it of profiting from a federal government shutdown.  

Its Facebook page—facebook.com/libertyheadquarters—posts angry, often anti-Muslim or racist images, and boasts some 95,000 fans.

The second is called Columbia. Built in the 1890s as a World’s Fair-style exhibition, Columbia floats in the sky, powered by blimps and “quantum levitation.” While it was meant to travel from continent to continent and showcase the new utopia that is the United States, xenophobes and white supremacists eventually overtook Columbia, seceding and governing it as violent ultra-nationalistic theocracy.

Read more. [Image: Bioshock Infinite/2K Games]

That’s hilarical.