Audio: The devil's (literally) in Matt's details
Today Matt Barber ventured back to his old stomping grounds, the Concerned Women For America, to decry Google and other companies who are rightfully taking a stand against the cruel, discriminatory, intellectually bankrupt, un-American measure known as Proposition 8. And while Matt's job locale may have changed (he's now with Liberty Counsel), his penchant for launching hyperbolic attacks against the "satanic" supporters of equality hasn't dissipated one bit. Here's a snippet:
But hey, who's surprised that Matt is lashing out at Google. After all, his vitriolic anti-gay rhetoric has always made him sound a bit like a Yahoo!
*FULL AUDIO: Google Makes Company Statement Against California Marriage Amendment [CWA]
Did anyone bother to tell FAT MATT that gluttony is a sin?
Posted by: Dale | Oct 2, 2008 9:00:04 PM
Wait.... Wait Wait.... Is it just me or did he say that companies only care about making money and then that they were willing to lose money to support "evil"?
also... "brainwashing sessions"? I'm sure the employees would be insulted that you think so little of their intelligence.
"alienating" a customer base? Would you be saying this if they were teaching they were doing anything you actually AGREE with, Matt?
What about the customer base they would be alienating if they took on an ANTI-GAY perspective? I'm sure you wouldn't be standing up for those alienated customers. Reality and truth on your side? Don't make me laugh. Why don't you use your apple-orange analogy on those "ex-gay" ministries you're so fond of.
Posted by: m-no | Oct 3, 2008 1:23:33 AM
When you need a good woman who's an expert on men boinking men, call up Mattilda Barber.
"Did anyone bother to tell FAT MATT that gluttony is a sin?"
The bible doesn't apply to the "born again christian" types. For them, it's simply a weapon to condemn others, and nothing more.
Take for instance, Falwell - he was the same way as Matt, and died bigger than a house.
Posted by: Scott | Oct 3, 2008 2:06:34 PMcomments powered by Disqus