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Video: Long-winded masking of easily detectable bias

by Jeremy Hooper

A Florida judge made the right decision and declared Florida's adoption ban to be unconstitutional. Florida evangelicals are now making the far-right decision to rage against peace:

Ugh. Don't they have a "war on Christmas" to fight?

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Your thoughts

I find that my mouth is hanging open when I see something like this. Don't those people have a life? They're more concerned about our sex life than they are about their own. Maybe they don't have sex lives. I'd be willing to make a small contribution to supply them with some Viagra.

I do have a question about the ditty at the end. Did they mean it to be about us? While the music was going, they continued showing pictures of the group of haters. I felt that singing "What Will They Do Without Jesus" while panning over their faces made it look like they were the ones without Jesus. Of course, they have strayed so far from the teachings of Jesus, they may very well be without Him.

Posted by: Mike in the Tundra | Dec 5, 2008 10:22:20 AM

More and more I am disgusted with religion and it's adherents. They are vile beasts full of hate disguised as 'love'.

Posted by: John Ozed | Dec 5, 2008 10:50:41 AM

Please don't view all religious people through the lens of these crazies. I came out in my religious community; my pastor was one of the first people I told. He helped me to come out the the rest of the community AT BIBLE STUDY later that spring. I have not been a member of a more open and affirming group. Not all religious people cast aside their compassion and love in the face of their LGBT brothers and sisters. Mine certainly didn't.

I know there are a lot of haters, but we're working on it, and we are making progress!

On a less serious note, that first guy up was such a terrible speaker! I think the synthesized voice on my Mac speaks with more feeling. And I know it speaks with more HUMANITY!

Posted by: PSUdain | Dec 5, 2008 10:04:32 PM

John O. - Just imagine the entire world devoid of any organized religion at all. Reason might just replace hate and it would be a very nice place indeed. The bumper sticker gets at it nicely: "God save me from your followers."

Posted by: dave b | Dec 6, 2008 11:14:19 AM

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