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04/11/2011

Sorry, Africa: God hates you most, per Rick Scarborough's logic

by Jeremy Hooper

More from this weekend's "Awakening" conference, held on the campus of Liberty University:


"I happened to have believed - and haven't changed by mind -
that it was a judgment as a result of an immoral act
."
Rick Scarborough: AIDS Is God's Judgment For An Immoral Act [Right Wing Watch]

Because why shouldn't good Christians paint a global pandemic as God's spiteful retribution? It's one of the commandments, right: Thou shalt not let any good disease go unexploited? [::writer rolls eyes, shakes head, makes online donation to amFAR::]

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*Oh, and by the way: Both Rep. Michelle Bachmann and Newt Gingrich spoke at this exact same conference.

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