Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Anti-gay spokesman says those not going to Heaven should not have rights protected under law

Only an anti-gay spokesman (in this case, Gordon Klingenschmit. You'll be wanting to call him Gordon Klingen - it rhymes with "schmit" after hearing what he has to say) can move from a lie about ENDA to a slur about the transgender community to finally saying that people who aren't going to Heaven shouldn't have their rights protected under law all with a straight face.

Certainly Gordon doesn't represent the views of all Christians, but it would be nice for some of those moderate ones to stop allowing folks like him to dominate the conversation.

Hat tip to Right Wing Watch.

1 comment:

Nameless Cynic said...

Well, come on, though. It's Klingenschmitt. He's still pushing the lie that he was booted from the Air Force because he 'took a stand for the rights of military chaplains to pray publicly "in Jesus’ name." ' (Trust me, after 21 years in the military, I can promise that there's no shortage of Jesus-ing in there.) The truth is, he got booted (even while making that claim) for "disobeying a lawful order" (he was told he wasn't allowed to wear his uniform to non-military events, because it gives the impression that the military supports whatever cause he was giving prayers at).

Plus, he still likes it when people call him "Chaps" - hasn't anybody made the obvious Village People jokes yet?