Discussion in 'Community' started by VadersLaMent, Sep 4, 2012.
Speak for yourself, Glenn Beck.
What's funny is that people who post **** like this, never include themselves among those who should be destroyed. I doubt Beck thinks he's the one slapping God in the face. In fact, he probably has an "in case of rapture this car will be unmanned" sticker on his car.
Glenn Beck probably thinks he's God.
I wouldn't be shocked at this point. I've come to believe he geniunely believes what he spews out whereas people like O'Reilly and Limbogus just say offensive things knowing it'll get them ratings.
I really don't think Beck is religious. He is a con man. He's as much of an atheist as I am.
http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2013/05/05/1965191/open-carry-washington-march/?mobile=nc]Gun protesters plan a march on Washington with loaded weapons to put the government "on notice"[/url]
Yeah.... That'll go well.
[Ron White] You can't fix stupid. [/Ron White]
Let's see, Founding Fathers founded country on biblical principles, the Bible should be a history text book, 9/11 should be a national day of prayer and fatsing. Got it. Derp.
Oh and here is the creator of WND:
The U.S. continues its slide from moral malaise to cultural hedonism that makes the late 1960s look like the 1950s by comparison, as support for "same-sex marriage" grows, the horrors of the "abortion on demand" crusade are revealed in a Philadelphia courtroom sans media coverage and an epidemic of sex abuse against children by schoolteachers, clergy and scoutmasters is not only ignored but results in capitulation by the Boy Scouts of America to the demands of those who would make the citizenry of Sodom and Gomorrah blush.
OMG, the fetishization these morons have for the 1950s as some perfect time when everyone behaved, and things were so nice. News flash: the 1950s wasn't all that great a time, especially if you were a woman or a minority. It's funny: only old white guys pine for those days. You ever wonder why?
Traditional values Chuck Norris. Two marriages and one daughter from an extramarital affair.
I'm assuming everyone here saw that ad that Norris and his wife did before the 2012 elections, basically saying that unless Obama was defeated America would be turned into a dark socialist hellscape for 2000 years (and I am only slightly exaggerating what they actually said.)
Didn't see it, but I heard about it.
It's the first post in this thread.
"A gay person can change just like a murderer, a rapist, a thief"
Last week, Robertson said that there's nothing bigoted about calling homosexuality an abomination, adding that ESPN should man-up and defend Chris Broussard, the reporter who said NBA center Jason Collins is not a Christian and "walking in open rebellion to God and to Jesus Christ."
Yeah. I remember when Jerry Falwell died there was a web meme of sorts about not reacting like a monster celebrating the death of another human being and Larry Flint defended his "humanity". When pat Robertson dies I may or may not dance a jig, but I will lose literally zero sleep over it.
A friend of mine who is a lesbian, posted this on her Facebook page with a nice sarcastic "Good to know." I laughed.
Ah, Pat Robertson. When you pass through the Pearly Gates, I hope the first thing you see is a celestial Woodstock with gay and straight couples all celebrating non-reproductive ****ing as far as the eye can see.
Nancy Grace and Ashleigh Banfield Hold Split-Screen Interview in Same Parking Lot
In a bizarre television and spatial anomaly on CNN this morning, the blanket coverage of two true-crime stories led two news anchors to conduct an odd "satellite" interview from the very same parking lot, background traffic and all.
The two suspects are Ashleigh Banfield of CNN and Nancy Grace of Headline News, who were updating viewers on the latest from the ongoing and increasingly ugly Cleveland kidnapping story. (Grace being TV's leading expert on deviant crime.) At first it seems like a normal TV "remote," as Banfield interviews Grace from another location. Then the channel's graphics alert viewers: both anchors are in Phoenix. That's odd. Also: They're both outdoors, sitting in what looks to be a parking lot. And is that same building behind them?
Then things truly get bizarre. Watch the cars moving in the background of both shots:
Did you see it? Watch the Nissan Xterra from Ashley's side enter on Nancy's:
Okay, if you're still not seeing it, look for the moment when the same bus is in both shots.
It seems that Grace and Banfield are sitting in the same parking lot, facing in the same direction, and judging by the speed of the vehicles in their shots, they cannot be sitting more than 30 feet away from each other. Yet, they're behaving as if the are on opposite sides of the world. Here's an artist's representation of the warp in space time punditry.
CNN... this is why you fail.
That white thing that goes up and down in the background, it's in the same pics of both of them. If this is true then they could have stood right next to each other and had the conversation.
Perhaps we should cut Ashley Banfield (on location!) some slack... Nancy Grace is a transdimensional entity, after all.
There's another Rush, and he's just as nuts
"Conservative columnist Erik Rush thinks President Obama or his administration "orchestrated" the attacks on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi."
He also tweeted that all Muslims must be killed after the Boston bombing. Said he was being sarcastic.
If he said that with any racial group in there instead of "Muslim" how much trouble would he have been in exactly?
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The guy who wrote the Heritage Foundation's recent report on why Immigration Reform would be terrible (using lousy math and misrepresentation of the facts),
wrote an earlier report where he said Hispanics and Blacks are genetically inferior to Whites when it comes to IQ.
Jim DeMint sure knows how to pick them.