Sinners at Yale

Sinners at Yale

This photo is of somebody at Yale bothering everybody to repent of their sins and embrace the Republican Party’s lunatic fringe.

Preacher fails at Yale

These two don't seem penitent




If you click the photo, you can see a larger version where you can read all the kinds of people who need to repent (it covers most everybody).

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Funny Sign for Sunday

Funny Sign for Sunday

Perhaps, we are a bit too easily amused. But, sometimes, we just cannot help ourselves. ROFL!

prophecy-fail-church-sign

The class on prophecy has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances.

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Nevada’s Sleazy Senator

Nevada’s Sleazy Senator

Our awful born-again U.S. senator, John Ensign, is in the news again. Not only is he a hypocrite, now it seems he may be a criminal. What an embarrassment.

Senators Aid After Affair Raises Flags Over Ethics

In acknowledging the affair, Mr. Ensign cast it as a personal transgression, not a professional one. But an examination of his conduct shows that in trying to clean up the mess from the illicit relationship and distance himself from the Hamptons, he entangled political supporters, staff members and Senate colleagues, some of whom say they now feel he betrayed them.

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Remember Ted Haggert?

Remember Ted Haggert?

Ted the born-again hypocrite, and famous call boy patron, is back in the news.

He’s got a new documentary airing on HBO and there are new allegations of him having secret sex, this time with volunteers at his old mega-church.

I don’t know how anybody can take either Christians or Republicans seriously when they’re so flagrant in their hypocrisy.

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A love story for Xmas

A love story for Xmas

What a heartwarming story.

Mildred Loving died this year. It was she and her husband whose Supreme Court case overturned state laws against mixed-race marriage: “The freedom to marry has long been recognized as one of the vital personal rights essential to the orderly pursuit of happiness by free men.”

Mrs. Loving was asked in 2007, the 40th anniversary of Loving v. Virginia, to lend her support to gay marriage.

On her own, she talked to her neighbors about the request; she talked to her children about it. And in the end, Loving told Etienne, yes, she would allow the group to read a statement in her name supporting gay marriage at the commemoration. “Are you sure you understand what you’re saying?” Etienne asked. “You understand that you’re putting your name behind the idea that two men or two women should have the right to marry each other?”

“I understand it,” Loving said, “and I believe it.”

Sometimes I need to be reminded that not all Christians are wicked.

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