UPDATE: Beck is also getting crapped on by a Southern Baptist Leader. See below the fold.


Wait — you mean there are no heterosexuals that engage in that activity, Bryan? I think the man upstairs who sees all (if he is actually doing some bedroom peeping) would disagree with you.

This man is troubled beyond reason to make pathetic, mewling sex-obsessed statements like this (via Right Wing Watch):

Glenn, Glenn, Glenn: if special rights are given to people just because they want to use the alimentary canal for sexual purposes, no social conservative will be able to criticize homosexual behavior on biblical or moral grounds without running the risk of legal punishment.

…We must choose between the homosexual agenda and religious liberty, because it is impossible to have both. Every advance of the homosexual agenda comes at the expense of our first liberty, the very first right enshrined in the Bill of Rights, the right to freedom of religious expression. You have chosen the side of suppression and tyranny over the light of liberty.

…But Glenn, our “Divine Destiny” as a nation does not include societal approval for people who want to use the anus for sex. The “Laws of Nature and Nature’s God” don’t endorse such behavior. And neither should you.

Kyle at RWW probably needed to shower after posting this ignorant garbage. Fischer, btw, is one of the featured guests at the upcoming Values Voter Summit. Check out this overstuffed Wingnut Clown Car…the Duggars alone could break the axle of that vehicle. I notice that spots of color “Bishop” Harry Jackson and Ken Hutcherson are MIA; obviously Ann Coulter is not on the invite.

Additional invited and confirmed guests are below the fold.More of the motley crew – Rick will be Spreading Santorum: http://www.spreadingsantorum.com

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Bonus: Beck is now being dumped on by a Southern Baptist leader. Here’s Russell Moore, Dean of the School of Theology and Senior Vice-President for Academic Administration at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminar.

A Mormon television star stands in front of the Lincoln Memorial and calls American Christians to revival. He assembles some evangelical celebrities to give testimonies, and then preaches a God and country revivalism that leaves the evangelicals cheering that they’ve heard the gospel, right there in the nation’s capital.

The news media pronounces him the new leader of America’s Christian conservative movement, and a flock of America’s Christian conservatives have no problem with that.

If you’d told me that ten years ago, I would have assumed it was from the pages of an evangelical apocalyptic novel about the end-times. But it’s not. It’s from this week’s headlines. And it is a scandal.

To Jesus, Satan offered power and glory. To us, all he needs offer is celebrity and attention.

Mormonism and Mammonism are contrary to the gospel of Jesus Christ. They offer another Lord Jesus than the One offered in the Scriptures and Christian tradition, and another way to approach him. An embrace of these tragic new vehicles for the old Gnostic heresy is unloving to our Mormon friends and secularist neighbors, and to the rest of the watching world. Any “revival” that is possible without the Lord Jesus Christ is a “revival” of a different kind of spirit than the Spirit of Christ (1 Jn. 4:1-3).