Viciously anti-gay Matt Barber laughs at liberals; libs unlikely to hear him, what with the resounding roar from the Capitol Mall
Matt Barber, a man who has called President Obama and "anti-American enemy" and said that gay relationships constitute "one man violently cramming his penis into another man’s lower intestine and calling it ‘love’,” has determined that he holds possession to Christ's heart, the moral high ground, and the ultimate victory in an America where his far-right movement's influence threatens to derail the GOP's electability for years to come:
First, I put my full faith and trust in the Sovereign Creator of the universe who is the same yesterday today and forevermore: Christ, God incarnate, who is always faithful to those who have faith in Him.
Then, I laugh at them; liberals, that is. I make fun of their dull-witted, self-defeating, abjectly wicked worldview. I follow God’s example. Of those who align themselves against His laws and His nature, Psalm 2:4 says, “He who sits in the heavens laughs. The Lord scoffs at them.”
How can you not scoff at the silly twaddle they’re hocking?
Ultimately, I’ve read the end of the book. I know what happens. The good guys win. That keeps me smiling no matter what goes down on the culture-war front. It keeps me snickering.
Still, once I stop laughing, I get about the business of trying, with every fiber of my being, to defeat them. Not reason with them, not compromise with them, not suck up to them and certainly not trust them.
Oh, I’ll love them. I must. I’m commanded to by the Lord I serve. I’ll pray for them, too. Do it all the time. But I’ll never, ever, under any circumstances, trust them.
Well, it's good to laugh, Matt. And one must hold on to hope. Keeps the spirit alive.
Personally, you know what cracked me up, bro? All those tweets—hundreds of them—that you wrote during the primary and general election declaring President Obama to be as unelectable as James M. Cox:
Must have read the wrong edition of the book that time, huh?
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