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03/12/2010

♪ Jesus freaks out in the street, handing tickets out for God ♪

by Jeremy Hooper

Because of Elton John's recent quip about Jesus possibly being a gay man, a Georgia man by the name of Neal Horsley declared that "Elton John Must Die." Because of that ass-crazy insanity, Mr. Horsley has now been arrested:

Georgia Man Jailed For Death Threats Against Elton John Over Jesus Comment [J.M.G.]

♪ Someone saved my life tonight, Atlanta PD ♪

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And now Neal Horsley will be the newest martyr of the Christian Right.

Posted by: Alonzo | Mar 12, 2010 10:34:41 AM

Except he openly admitted to shtooping a donkey. Something tells me, that while majority of the RR are all total asses, they won't want to put this guy on a pedistal just yet. Aren't they always the ones who say gay and beastiality go hand in hand? Well, this guy is an example of straight and beastiality go hand in hand. I love that he tries to justify it by saying it's because he was raised on a farm in Georgia.

I know a lot of farm kids from Maryland and Virginia who I went to college with, none of whom, to my immediate knowledge, experimented with the animals in the barn.

DONK-EH!

Posted by: Stef | Mar 12, 2010 3:08:28 PM

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