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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Red Meat for The Digital Brownshirts


Ask yourself: Why would the HuffPo even post this story?

Answer: Because Arianna's goons know that her readers need some red meat to get them amped up. The mere mention of anything 'christian' sends a chill through the weak spine of the libtards.

And that's why this story was posted. Arianna knows they could give a shit less about any of the Back Street Boys. But she knows the Left is Godless and that this will generate some hits from her digital brownshirts.
And it did. Remember, all the story did was report that Brian Littrell has decided to pursue Christian music.

How did the HuffPo readers respond? Predictably...
Read on:

He's either preparing himself for the Rapture or about to run for office as a republican.

Once a worthless pussy, always a worthless pussy!

The Backstreet Boys have proven that no matter how low you go, it is always possible to go lower.

Many "Christians" are very troubled people who turned to religion to help them get out of drugs, booze, crime, poverty, etc.

If I sing about Jesus to you will you send me money? Jesus needs money.

Betcha his agent talked him into this: "jesus SELLS kid, so get out there and gurgle bible dross and the bux will start rolling in again!"

probly taking it up the butt form Kirk Cameron.

BackShiiteBoys, now performing with PRUSSIAN BLUE


Get it? Christians are evil. The Left thinks that anybody who does believe in God is an idiot, a phony, a racist, a liar, a homophobe, a bible-thumper, or just out to steal money from somebody. Never mind that 87% of Americans believe in God. That should give you an indication of how mainstream they really are.

And that's why the HuffPo so prominently positioned this non-story.

13 Comments:

Blogger Tom from Philly said...

Oh! Let me type in really big letters so people will read! Please, are you seriously going to jump into how are liberals are godless? Just because Ann Coulter said so? Give me a break. I am a Christian and a Democrat, and so is the vast majority of my family. My grandmother goes to Church every day, and her husband and son are both Democratic politicians.

You know, I have avoided using terms like repuglicans or repukelicans or whatever, because I thought they were stupid and contributed nothing to intellectual debate. But I guess libtards is acceptable. Do Huffington Post a favor, and never post there again.

8:23 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

Dear Tom,
Blow me, you libtard.

11:12 PM  
Blogger moonbat said...

Still putting out typeface bigger than your tiny member, aye, facist pig?
Say how do you like the presnut's numbers in the Wall Street Urinal?

7:17 PM  
Blogger moonbat said...

Oh, I forgot. If you're going to propostion folks that post on your site, I think that may be drifting away from your stated message.
You can probably make a date with some guy on a more popular site. One where people actually stop by out of more than morbid curious fascination.

7:21 PM  
Blogger moonbat said...

KEVIN, YOU'VE JUST GOT TO GET THIS SITE FIXED OR GO OUT OF THE COMPOST BIZ. THIS SUCKS!!!

7:44 PM  
Blogger prying1 said...

I'm so glad that the left is tolerant, respectful and caring. - I could not imagine what their rhetoric would be like if they weren't.

Talk about hypocrites. They seldom practice what they preach. It seems they never even take the time to wonder, "What if Jesus did raise from the dead? What could/would that mean for/to me?"

10:43 AM  
Blogger prying1 said...

Another thing I think I will mention - it seems from the comments here that some libs just do not have a sense of humor. Especially when sarcasm is involved. They are just too dang serious all the time. Lighten up libs!

P.S. Moonbat - Get Firefox or a better ISP... - Perhaps you need to clear your cache or cookies. This site works fine.

10:47 AM  
Blogger elizabeth said...

The font size is large when i access this blog on my computer as well, I took prying1's advice and went through mozilla, this blog appears normal there.

Moonbat, why are you so angry? Could it be that this blog stricks true within you somewhere but you don't want to admit it, So you lash out in anger?

12:55 PM  
Blogger Matt Vella said...

87% of Americans believe in God? Where'd that one come from?

It's not necessarily that liberals are "godless", it's just that usually around the time that the whole Santa Claus story becomes transparent (unless you're not so bright) the whole organized religion thing seems just as plausible.

Not to say that god doesn't exist per se, but that organized religion is evil.

"Blow me libtard" is tolerant?

6:17 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

According to Harris Polls, the percentages of adults who believe in various things are:

God: 82%
Survival of the soul after death: 70%
Jesus is God or the Son of God: 70%
The resurrection of Christ: 66%
The Virgin birth (Jesus born of Mary): 58%
Astrology: 25%

Belief in God polled at 94% in 2000.

9:02 PM  
Blogger Senor said...

Matt, yes, I called him a 'libtard'. I have never professed to be 'tolerant' of ignorant views. What really pushed my button was him telling me to 'never post there again'.

AS if.

Also, Matt, God and religion are two completely different things.

9:05 PM  
Blogger Matt Vella said...

I realize that religion and God are two different things. You realize that too.

How many other people do? Not so many, I'm going to guess - which is what makes me squirrely about religioni and god only by that unfortunate relation.

9:54 PM  
Blogger Matt Vella said...

Re: the percentages...

PT Barnum couldn't have been more wrong. There's one born every SECOND.

9:27 AM  

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