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Sunday, April 29, 2007

HateDay at the HuffPo

Once again, the Huffington Post gets the headline wrong. It is actually a 1/5 scale replica of Noah's bibical ark that was built by a Dutch man in the Netherlands.

The real question to ask is why did Arianna's staff post this story to begin with? It's not a story that any of the mainstream media are picking up.

I'll tell you why. It's because Arianna knows her Digital Brownshirts need a steady dose of red meat. People who believe in God are a popular target at the HuffPo. Never mind the fact that the bible is full of fantastic stories whose true meaning is open to interpretation.
I am not talking so much about religion as I am a belief in God.
Fanatical libtards believe the concept of God is ridiculous, and as such, those who express a belief in a higher power are to be mocked at every possible opportunity.

Arianna KNOWS this. So she threw some red meat on this beautiful sunny Sunday to her hate-mongering minions.
And they did not disappoint....here's some comments from the first couple pages:

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Some people are so desperate to believe in God, they have no sense of reality. Wasting this life in hopes of another one is about as foolish as it gets. We have to do a better job of educating our kids. This is a sign of abject failure on the part of teachers and parents who should know better.
By: BeerHolder on April 29, 2007 at 01:14am

Oh hell, there are idiot fundies in Europe too. How sad.
By: Travieso on April 28, 2007 at 11:06pm

Does the Bible say how long it took Noah and his crew to load the animals? At that time in history there were no airplanes, motor vehicles, or even power boats/ships. How long did it take to assemble the animals from Australia and other places on the other side of the earth?
By: PerryClease on April 28, 2007 at 11:37pm

The neofascists will give it plenty of floatation.
By: GrouchoCostello on April 29, 2007 at 12:13am

Fill it up with fundamentalists and dangerous carnivores and send it off across the Atlantic. Let's see how that works out.
By: GWBushIsANitwit on April 28, 2007 at 11:44pm

And what of the fish? They are animals. Did Noah have an aquarium on board for every species of fish and sea creature? Didn't need to? Well, no, of course not. But the Bible says "all animals," for those wanting ot believe in the literal truth of it. That would include fish. And the ark had food for all animals for a year?
By: curmudgeon on April 29, 2007 at 03:09am

Noah , his wife,3 sons and their wives... HMMM.. More biblical incest at hand.
Is that the nice lesson it teaches.. the family that breeds together, stays together?
Regards By: VIPER on April 29, 2007 at 04:45am

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Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...

Arianna is breeding a generation (Along with thier parents obviously) of Athiests!

But there is no dealing with these freaks.

No matter what you say to them they have some insane comeback.

10:44 PM  

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