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Audio: Hutch unhitched

by Jeremy Hooper

200804241358Over the past few days, we told you about both Matt Barber's raging disdain for the upcoming Day of Silence and Pastor Ken Hutcherson's plans to protest the same. Now in this new audio from the Concerned Women For America, you can hear these two "concerned men" enter into a same-sex marriage of their dual antipathies:

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Okay, so we especially "like" the part where Hutcherson admits that Dr. Dobson is "America's Number One Homophobe." But then immediately after that, did he SERIOUSLY say this?! (6:28 mark):

"They have a million dollar reward out for me. They don't want me dead, they want to find information on me that could destroy my ministry. 'Cause if they get me killed, you know, that makes me a martyr and that blood would scream out a lot louder if I'm not around. But they want to destroy me..."

The only reason why we don't want to get him killed is because we don't want to make him a martyr? What the batsh*t crazy??!? What sort of monsters do these people think we are?! The "homo" part doesn't stand for "homo-cidal," Ken!

Oh, and the last thing we would waste one million dollars on, Pastor Hutcherson, is trying to take down your ministry! After all, who needs to fight you with cash when your cheap shots and tawdry characterizations are doing more for gay rights than any amount of money could ever buy!

Christians Counter "Day of Silence" with School Protest [CWA]

**SEE ALSO: Local TV personality Ken Schram is lashing out against Hutch's protest.

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Your thoughts

And just the other day, GLBT people were offering to take up a collection to get Stacy Harp some therapy.

Posted by: Scott | Apr 24, 2008 3:26:52 PM

They obviously think we're the same kind of monsters THEY are

Posted by: May | Apr 24, 2008 4:34:18 PM

Scott, that million dollars of "reward" money might be enough to get all of them some therapy . . . and would probably be a much better use of the money as well.

Dick Mills

Posted by: Dick Mills | Apr 24, 2008 4:36:56 PM

Oh Good Grief,

I just know Hutcherson is making that up. And I suspect Barber knows it too. Sometimes I wish I could read the minds of the anti-gay industry heads when they talk to folks like Hutcherson

Posted by: a. mcewen | Apr 24, 2008 5:18:27 PM


I think you're right! LOL And since these people claim "Wal-Mart is God's store", it really wouldn't be all that expensive to buy them some meds too. What do they charge at their pharmacy now, $4 per refill?

And Alvin, I'm sure if we could read into the minds of Peter LaBarbera, Matt Barber, etc., it would be a never-ending looping of "Yeah dude, suck it like that", "Take that dick, you theatre slut", and lots more man-moaning.

Posted by: Scott | Apr 24, 2008 6:12:05 PM

Could he be any more self absorbed.

Posted by: Patrick B | Apr 24, 2008 8:51:27 PM

"I just know Hutcherson is making that up."

I really hope that he is lying. What concerns me is that he really believes that stuff. The words that come to mind are paranoia and persecution complex. I'm also toying with schizophrenia. To hear those guys talk, one would think that they feel that God has only one desire of them as Christians - destroy the gays! The words of Jesus gave Christians many directions, but he told them nothing about homosexuals. They believe that he is God, so do they think that God merely forgot to mention homosexuality during the three years of his ministry on Earth?

I also have a little to say to Mr. Hutcherson about disruption of school. During my many years of teaching, I would have got down on my knees and thanked God (yes Matt, I can do that on my knees as well) for a day of silence. The one thing that would be thoroughly disruptive is having many students miss school for one day. The teacher suddenly finds themselves with students who do not know what has been taught in class during the day they missed. Of course, the teachers would be told that they do not need to help the students who have an unexcused absence, but the reality is that they will help them.

Posted by: Mike in the Tundra | Apr 25, 2008 12:09:25 AM

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