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05/15/2009

Get your Lies-be-far-from-rare-y card right here!

by Jeremy Hooper

The following is not a parody image. The uber-far-right Liberty Counsel is now distributing these cards to their ranks:

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Right-Wing Extremist Card [LC]

We're not sure what sort of doors will be opened to card-carrying members. Although if Liberty Counsel's body of work is any indication, then the card will be good at cheapening just about any high bar its holder should come across.

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Your thoughts

"Interpreting the Bible literally is not a crime;"

I don't know what they're smoking, but acting on the literal interpretation of the bible, in a good many cases (and for good reason), is very likely to land one's ass in the pokey! In our less than "Right Wing Extremist" society, it quite literally is a crime to stone people to death. And, "Interpreting the Bible literally" only has one meaning. You cannot interpret it literally, and subject it to interpretation. The former is the antithesis of the later.

Posted by: Dick Mills | May 15, 2009 11:20:02 AM

"Interpretting the bible literally is not a crime"

yes, unless someone who interprets the whole stone your neighbor who doesn't rest on the sabbath to DEATH part.

or the selling your daughter into slavery bit.

or the slaves from other countries are a-okay! thing.

totally not criminal at all.

Posted by: Stef | May 15, 2009 11:40:28 AM

"Interpreting the Bible literally is not a crime;"

Hmm, I didn't know they were fluent in "ancient" Greek, Hebrew and Aramaic (I think that's the third language). Very impressive. They can't claim ENGLISH, as I don't believe that English was spoken in the middle east in Isaiah's time (or Jesus' for that matter).
just my 2 cents

Posted by: aj | May 15, 2009 3:48:34 PM

Gee.... I qualify on three of those points on the last one. I wonder if the LC would accept me.... yeah, probably not.

Posted by: Lynn David | May 16, 2009 4:29:48 AM

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