Friday, February 11, 2011


Straight from one of the country's most arduously clueless clergymen (I'm deeply ashamed):

"This politically correct media wants to feel warm and fuzzy to Islam ...overthrow a duly-elected natural-born citizen (Mubarek) ...blatant attempt to fuel fire ...Anderson Cooper, beyond the pale of reporting ...we cannot, as Americans who love freedom and justice allow this to go on."

Manning goes on to use an analogy of the US media ganging up on Obama and forcing him to resign.

Gimme a break!

Brian Fischer: YOU Can't Handle The Truth!

The Silly Saga of Bryan Fischer and his never-ending quest to head up The Inquisition!

At last it has to come to this: Bryan Fischer's righteous arrogance knows no bounds. 

A lot is at stake here. If Americans believe that the entire history of our nation rests on a horribly evil foundation, then there is nothing to be proud of in American history, and our president is correct to identify America as the source of all evil in the world and to make a career out of apologizing for her very existence.
In other words, Native Americans were "horribly evil" and we were totally justified in what we did to them. 

Tony Perkins: Look at what thou hath wrought!

These Guys Sure Know How To Make A Churchgoer Warm & Welcome!

Just yesterday:

ATHENS, Texas (ABP) -- Two men already sentenced to life in prison for setting five east Texas churches on fire in 2010 pleaded guilty to more arsons on Feb. 8.

Jason Bourque and Daniel McAllister were sentenced to life in prison for three church fires in Henderson County, Texas. Their plea agreements allow them to serve their sentences concurrently with previous life sentences imposed for five church arsons in neighboring Smith County Jan.

The men, suspected of setting fire to 10 East Texas churches between Jan. 1 and Feb. 8 last year, still face charges for two church fires in Van Zandt County. They are scheduled to appear in court there Feb. 11 and are expected to enter similar pleas.

Bourque, 22, and McAllister, 20, were arrested Feb. 21 after a multi-force 
investigation involving state, local and federal officials.

No one was hurt in the fires. Their motive for the crimes is unknown.

Associated Baptist Press didn't publish the most ironic note:
This little article in Baptist Press failed to note the ironic statement of Jason Bourque's mother: 

“The Tyler Morning Telegraph reported Friday that Bourque’s mother hopes people have compassion for her son. She describes him as a ‘good Christian young man’ who still has much to offer.”