Wednesday, November 15, 2006

The Sodomy Squadron Strikes Again

Over where it's always steamin', Pam is crackin' me up.



Y'know, it's freaks like Lou Sheldon that make the U.S. a freaking laughing stock.

From his column...

Pro-Homosexual Democrats To Push Anti-Christian ‘Hate Crime’ Legislation
By Rev. Louis P. Sheldon
Chairman, Traditional Values Coalition

November 14, 2006 - With the Democrats taking control of both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives this January, we can expect the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and its pro-homosexual surrogates newly elected to Congress, to begin an aggressive push for passage of a “hate crimes” bill designed to provide federally protected status to the behavior of homosexuality. This hate crimes bill is likely to be a re-engineered version of the old Local Law Enforcement Enhancement Act (LLEEA). The pro-homosexual, anti-Christian Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) is another bill that will be revived as part of the homosexual agenda.


Yes, it's definitely discriminatory to not allow Christians to lynch the homos. America should be ashamed. I mean, REALLY! What's this country coming to when a group of honest, white hooded Chistians can't go out on a Saturday night and snatch up some unsuspecting homo or negro or jew, or camel jockey, and provide their family with a little pinata type entertainment????

Sheesh.


The Sodomy Squadron was first exposed by Joe Murray, of Agape Press. Damn him and his spies!

...If one digs deeper into the cultural psyche of America, he will find that Christianity no longer sets the standard for proper human behavior. The Sodomy Squadron has been flying high, for the Supreme Court has deemed sodomy a fundamental right, the Federal Marriage Amendment was DOA, and Massachusetts strong-armed the Catholic Church into ceasing its adoption program when it demanded that a Catholic agency allow same-sex couples to adopt children under the care of the Roman Catholic Church.

In the political sphere, traditionalists have been hit even harder. Despite the fact that the GOP has control of Congress and the White House, this year's "America's Values Agenda" has failed to spread its wings. While the Flag Burning Amendment was only narrowly defeated, the bill to protected the words "one nation under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance became a political Hindenburg. As reported by Associated Press, "Republicans could not muster a simple majority on the issue in a committee where they outnumber Democrats by six."

And the final nail in America's cultural coffin? The American public. In a poll recently conducted by Gallup, just 48 percent of Americans believe that the federal government should "be involved in promoting moral values." Another 48 percent believe the feds should mind its own business. Thus, we have become a nation home to two different peoples, and we Christians constitute the counter-culture.


(my bold)

(Oh, and here marks the first appearance of The Sodomy Squadron at Pammy's place.)

I swear, you just can't make these nutjobs up.

Know what else? It's a goddisembodiedtelicentitydamned shame when some little barely-out-of-Aparteid country has more sense than the world's "only remaining superpower".

CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) -- Gays in South Africa can be joined in matrimony under new legislation passed by parliament -- an unprecedented move on a continent where homosexuality is taboo.

Traditionalists said they were saddened, and gay activists said the bill, passed Tuesday, did not go far enough. Veterans of the governing African National Congress hailed the Civil Union Bill for extending basic freedoms to everyone under the spirit of the country's first post-apartheid constitution, adopted a decade ago by framers determined to make discrimination a thing of the past.

"When we attained our democracy, we sought to distinguish ourselves from an unjust painful past, by declaring that never again shall it be that any South African will be discriminated against on the basis of color, creed, culture and sex," Home Affairs Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula declared.


Kudos, Big F'ing Kudos, to South Africa for approving equal marriage rights!

5 Eloquent Orations:

On 11/15/2006 01:03:00 PM, Blogger PiGuy waxed damned near poetic whilst opining...

Pam's not half as funny as that whack-job Rev Sheldon guy. How does a person get to the point where they feel so threatened by homosexuality?

Aren't there more important things to focus on you bunch hate-spewing, facist, "God loves everybody but the gays (Muslims/Black People/Fill in favorite minority group here)" spouting Christians? I mean, we've got poverty. We've got homeless people. We've got the ability to figure out whether wrestling is a real sport and these people are worried about homosexuals? They're gay. Get over it!

 

On 11/15/2006 01:14:00 PM, Blogger JanieBelle waxed damned near poetic whilst opining...

PiGuy asks,

"How does a person get to the point where they feel so threatened by homosexuality?"

Methinks they doth protest too much, if you know what I mean, and I think you do!

My thoughts exactly on the rest. All the real problems in the world, and seems the only thing they can focus all their time and vast amounts of money on is hating people who just want to be given the same rights to life and love as everybody else.

So much for that whole "God is Love" thing...

 

On 11/16/2006 03:38:00 PM, Anonymous Jake waxed damned near poetic whilst opining...

Best line in the article:

And the final nail in America's cultural coffin? The American public.

What, pray tell, makes up America's culture, if not the American public?

 

On 11/16/2006 06:11:00 PM, Blogger JanieBelle waxed damned near poetic whilst opining...

Hi Jake!

Welcome to UDoJ!

Apparently, American Culture is made up of Martians or something...

Doofuses.

 

On 11/16/2006 06:11:00 PM, Blogger JanieBelle waxed damned near poetic whilst opining...

Doofi?

 

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