Monday, March 12, 2007

Biggest douchebottle in the entire world.

I know I haven't posted in quite a while, but I just had to come out of lazy-man's retirement to link to this post that proves for once and for all who the biggest pig-humping asshole in the entire world is. Although our friends Fred and Peter have made very good cases for themselves in the past, this little shit named Lucas takes the cake. He writes:

Nigeria has a law that is working its way through its government that would assign a five-year prison sentence on anyone practicing homosexuality. Would American Christians support the same type of legislation if it came before our government for a vote? We are on comfortable ground talking about legislation and constitutional amendments to keep marriage between one man and one woman. Fine. But if we are going to be consistent, if we truly believe that homosexuality is wrong, then is there a reason why we wouldn't support such a law? Are we afraid of those who would laugh at us? I can see the comments already to this post--most wouldn't even be charitable and I will be openly mocked even to entertain thoughts about this law. But we must be consistent and we must stand up for the truth even if it hurts.

This kid is literally arguing that we should be more like Nigeria by imprisoning gay people. Lucas is a religious goofball college student at Patrick Henry University, a school very similar to the Taliban. [ed. I think it's somewhat ironic that a kid that is advocating a fascist government would go to a school named after the guy that said "give me liberty or give me death." Or maybe it's ironic that a school named after Patrick Henry is in favor of a fascist theocratic society. Or maybe Patrick Henry was being ironic when he said that thing about liberty, because he was actually the most useless of the founders imho]. Paul at The Electric Commentary has called him out. I'll be interested to see if Lucas's "alliance" will condemn him for being such a shit-head.

This it really a prime example of how messed up religion is and how messed up the world is because of it. Here's this American kid with every opportunity that is so brain-washed by Christianity that he thinks it's okay to throw people in prison because they're different than him. It's quite sad really.

On a brighter note, I've been having a relatively civil conversation with Dean the thoughtful conservative about religion here. He certainly hasn't been able to answer all of my questions, and he certainly has some delusions, but he really is a thoughtful guy, and unlike most religious people, I think he'll ponder different ideas if they're presented to him. I think there is hope for Dean. Lucas the Deuchebottle would benefit from a chat with Dean the thoughtful conservative.


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Anonymous said...

hmmm... from one religious nutcase who advocates Taliban-like laws to.... this proves again that ALL RELIGIOUS PEOPLE AND ALL RELIGIONS ARE TOTALLY MESSED UP.

Do you ever listen to yourself generalize??? At least your "friend" limits his generalizations to only homosexuals, which as far as mass numbers of population and history of the world is at least more limited than your extraordinarily generalizations.

JesusIsJustAlrightWithMe said...

I never generalized. I never said all religious people are messed up. Although they are to some degree in that they believe in illogical things without evidence. But all religions ARE messed up in that they all perpetuate beliefs as facts. Some are more messed up than others, but they're all messed up. The thing that defines an idea as "relgious" is what is messed up about them, so it's not a generalization.

Anonymous said...

I think you misread his post. Also, I thought his post was thought provoking, expecially to those who have anti-gay beliefs. I certainly do not think there should be a law against homosexuality. However, his post was a logical one.

Now, you will have to consider it from his point of view, which will be difficult, but consider it in steps.

1) Homosexualtiy is really wrong (because the bible tells him so, granted, but plug in any other thing a lot of people think is wrong, like eating meat, abortion, fertilizing lawns that abut streams, etc.)

2) If we believe it to be wrong, why would we not advocate that there be a law against it? Are we comfortable advocating and supporting a law against it? If not, why not, given that we believe it is wrong?

I would suggest that maybe he somehow realizes that he, or least people with beliefs similar to him would not be comfortable doing so. He just can't figure out why. Kind of thought provoking, isn't it?

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