Thursday, June 27, 2013

News brief special - Religious Right meltdown over Supreme Court losses make for delicious schadenfreude

With arguments like the ones above, no wonder they lost yesterday.

 And it gets even more fun:

 Conservatives Strain To Paint Themselves As The Victims Of The DOMA Ruling - The poor babies. They lie and they lose but somehow that makes them the victims.

 No Excuses: Anti-Gay Activists Can't Blame SCOTUS For Their DOMA Loss - But they will. They blame everyone else but themselves.  

The Five Craziest Reactions To The Marriage Equality Rulings - Just five?

  'Gay marriage activists didn't get what they wanted'- And this is the silly talking point the religious right is pushing. Trust me when I say that we are quite happy with what we got . . . so far. But we want more. We deserve more.  

Charisma: Satan Using Gay Marriage to Ban Straight Marriage - It's never a proper religious right meltdown until someone mentions Satan.


Anonymous said...

One thing to remember...any push for polygamy will come from the religious community.

Gene Aptaker said...

I've been a committed Christian for over 30 years, and I am convinced that Christians and the church are light years removed from God's agenda and purposes.

The church has departed from the true calling and purposes of God, which are:

1. To be totally dedicated to accomplishing His purposes on earth.

2. To express His very life and nature to the world around them.

By getting involved in programs, projects and political agendas... and by pointing dirty, self-righteous fingers at others, the church has lost it's witness, and it's sad.

Christians should be marked by love and unity. They are not.

Gandhi once said, “I like your Christ; I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.”

I've put up a website addressing these matters, and Christians, as well as non-Christians are invited. I'd love to call worldwide attention to this tragedy.

Sarah Wilson said...

"We are in the latter times. We are in the end times even now."

There is no other group who over thousands of years boasts of a 100 percent failure rate.