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05/07/2008

He's really just a sensitive 1960s teenager

by Jeremy Hooper

And now in a G-A-Y exclusive: We have been given a special message that a Mr. J. Christ would like to deliver to those members of the religious right who think they hold ownership of his existence and teachings. Take it away, J:

(Note: Lip syncing issues are apparently due to the distance of the satellite feed)

We scored a nice "get," right? But that's not all: Be sure to look for future exclusive video feeds, where we're expecting J's father to do a bitchin' rendition of the Stones' "Sympathy for the Devil"!

Take that, CNN!

**NOTE: We have a sneaking suspicion that J. has given us this exclusive as a backdoor way to audition for the inevitable Broadway musical version of The First Wives Club. Then he can really show the Great White Way what a Jesus Christ Superstar looks like!

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