Robert Knight: Concerned Woman
Robert Knight, director of Concerned Women for America's Culture & Family Institute is always good for a laugh. If for no other reason, his organization's gender-specific title is diametrically opposed to the male genitalia of which Mr. Knight has been (presumably) blessed. But that's the easy laugh, of which Mr. Knight is surely cursed on an hourly basis. For the really good guffaws, one must direct attention to one of Bobby's frequent quotes and sound bites, in which he feebly attempts to justify intolerance and fanatical thought processes through his patented brand of "point missing."
Today's doozies come courtesy of Agape Press, and feature Bobby responding to those pesky "activist judges." (In case you haven't been keeping up, America's judges are currently out to destroy the world one gay couple at a time).
Regarding California's crazy judicial tyrant, Knight says:
"Obviously, a man who can't find a single reason that marriage is the union of a man and a woman -- not the six-billion people on the planet who are the product of such unions -- is just seriously unfit for the bench."
Which might be a semi- valid point if the judge was in fact denying that marriage is a union between a man and a woman. But he ain't. He's saying marriage can also be the union of a man and a man, or a woman and a woman.
Knight then takes on NY's Doris-Ling Cohan, saying:
"There was another lunatic judge in New York who started by quoting Romeo and Juliet to make the case for same-sex marriage, which is kind of odd since Romeo and Juliet are clearly an opposite-sex couple."
WHAT?? And here we thought Romeo was just a really butch les, what with the tights and all. Well whatever, love is love. Quit trying to make it a hetero vs. homo thing, Bobby!
Roberto suggests that the "radical judges" should be removed by Congress. We, however, think the correct remedy would be for Mr. Knight to remove the gigantic perma-wad from his floral panties, and start opening his heart and mind to the notion of true love.
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