Friday, November 19, 2010

Christian C*nt of The Day

American Christians: making Jesus look bad since 1620.

Bryan Fischer is "Director of Issues Analysis" for the conservative Christian group the American Family Association. He's also one of those uniquely American bible-thumpers whose spin on the Word of God makes folks wonder what book he mistakenly picked up instead of the Bible. And wonder too what can be wrong with a society that gives psychotic bozos like him public forums instead of nice, quiet rooms in mental health facilities.

Fischer, like most "Christian conservatives", is obsessed with the gays and the Muslims and he's called for both to be banned from serving in the military. He made this bizarre rant on the subject earlier this year:

"Homosexuality gave us Adolph Hitler, and homosexuals in the military gave us the Brown Shirts, the Nazi war machine and six million dead Jews."

Now Fischer is back to psycho up the discourse even more with a diatribe about the Medal of Honor - a subject he understands well given his own military record of zero days served. He objects to hero Army Sgt. Salvatore Giunta getting the award. Why? Because Giunta was honored for putting his own life at risk saving two fellow soldiers under heavy gunfire. And that's gay. For Fischer, saving lives is "feminizing" (read: gaying up) the concept of valor and honors should be only for soldiers who kill people. He goes on:

The bottom line here is that the God of the Bible clearly honors those who show valor and gallantry in waging aggressive war in a just cause against the enemies of freedom, even while inflicting massive casualties in the process... So the question is this: when are we going to start awarding the Medal of Honor once again for soldiers who kill people and break things so our families can sleep safely at night? It's not our soldiers who have become feminized, it is the awards process that has become feminized.

I know it's difficult to commit insane people against their will. But what the hell, this guy's insaner than a sack-full of rabid raccoons, he's literally crying out for help. Wouldn't it be the Christian thing to do?


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