Thursday, March 08, 2007

"Bishop" John Edwards?
Why not, he sounds like the rest of 'em
WARNING! This post contains highly vulgar and crude language. Seriously, if you find such language offensive, please don't read this post.

Quite a bit of flak flying around concerning the "faggot" phrase that Ann Coulter used (and I heartily seconded) against po' widdle Johnny Edwards. I feel so bad for the guy. He looked sooooo sad when he was discussing Coulter's "homophobic slur".

But wait a second --- where was little Johnny when two of his staff members blogged;

Q. What if Mary had taken Plan B after the Lord filled her with his hot, white, sticky Holy Spirit?
A: You'd have to justify your misogyny with another ancient mythology.


And later addressed the Christian community by saying, "What don't you lousy motherf***ers understand about keeping your noses out of our britches, our beds, and our families?"

If memory serves, Edwards refused to fire or even officially condemn what his staffers wrote. One of the two voluntarily quit, but where was the indignation over this overtly anti-Christian hate speech? Hmmmm... but widdle Johnny looked the other way. Hey, there's a future for John Edwards with the USCCB.

And speaking of phonies that occasionally invoke the Name of Jesus, Bishop Edwards recently stated; "I think that Jesus would be disappointed in our ignoring the plight of those around us who are suffering and our focus on our own selfish short-term needs. I think he would be appalled, actually."

Golly, I wonder what Jesus thinks of Bishop Edwards new $6 million, 28,000 square-foot mansion in North Carolina. I know what Bishop Edwards would say --- "My Father has many mansions... and I own one of them."

3 Comments:

Blogger paramedicgirl said...

You just may get censored yet, Vir! Keep up the good work! :)
Someone has to expose this stuff.

12:55 AM  
Blogger Simon-Peter said...

If you aren't from NC, trust us who are. The man is a true pathalogical liar. I wouldn't p**s on him if he was on fire.

3:37 PM  
Blogger Paulinus said...

"Homophobic" implies one fears homosexuals, or that if one does that it is irrational. Never worried me in my life. Nor has upholding the teaching of the Catholic Church.

Likewise "Islamaphobia" - about the most rational fear ther could be.

9:41 AM  

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