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May 21, 2007

More Falwell Fallout

I would have written this yesterday, but I didn't think of it until I saw that Sue over at Pghlesbian.com posted it. So, of course, it would have been MY original idea hadn't someone else thought of, and posted it, first.

Sue spotted this "affirmation of Falwell" by the lovely Ann Coulter where the prominently Ann Coulter writes:
Let me be the first to say: I ALWAYS agreed with the Rev. Falwell.
Ok, then. Now that that's been established, let's take a further, deeper look into the annals of Falwell's rhetorical history (anyone catching the pun, go buy yourself a pop-tart). Luckily Martin Lewis over at the Huffingtonpost has compiled a list of neat things Falwell said. And thanks to Ann, we now know she agrees with them. All of them:

God is a Republican.

Jesus was the First American.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu is a phony.

The Bible is the inerrant...word of the living God. It is absolutely infallible, without error in all matters pertaining to faith and practice, as well as in areas such as geography, science, history...

The (gay-oriented) Metropolitan Community Churches are brute beasts and a vile and Satanic system that will one day be utterly annihilated and there will be a celebration in heaven...


Thus Spake Jerry.

6 comments:

Schmuck Shitrock said...

Hmmmm...who ranks higher in the roster of Delusional Wing Nuts -- Coulter or Falwell? Falwell or Coulter?

I guess at this point we have to go with Coulter since she is still "with us" and contines to humiliate herself; whereas ol' Jerry has lost the ability to improve his standing in the Great and Divine List of Those Who Reject Reality.

Maria said...

Falwell was worse, but, yes, Annie is alive and can continue in the madness.

Bob said...

I enjoyed my pop-tart. Thanks! (It was brown-sugar & cinammon, if you want to keep track of such things.)

Susan said...

Annie, when, oh, when, will you put the crack pipe away? Delusional Wing Nut is a very catchy title, SS, but I'm not sure it fully captures this woman's true essence.

I think God may be trying to punk us.

Schmuck Shitrock said...

You make a good point, Susan. I should have included the word "Evil".

Susan said...

Yeah. I think adding "Evil" does the trick.