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03/20/2013

Video: Pastor Hagee says God's probably going to destroy us unless 'the righteous' stand up

by Jeremy Hooper

RightWingWatch caught this, a shockingly non-shocking bit of antagonism designed for the cultivation thereof:

I say it's non-shocking, because this is part for Mr. Hagee's rancorous course. It's kind of his thing.

But I say shockingly non-shocking, because he is quite literally telling people that they have to rise up against marriages like mine, by any means necessary, so as to keep God from fireballing the universe. The fact that this is just a standard (and even celebrated) part of our discourse is still, after all this years, quite shocking to those of us who see how strong, good, and peaceful our world could be without the crude and militant fear-stoking of others.

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