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Fundies Say the Darndest Things!
Entered on: January 15, 2008 5:23 PM by Ross

This list of actual fundamentalist quotes from various Internet sites is so hilarious, it will provide me with hours of enjoyment.   Almost every single one is a goldmine of crazy.  

I haven't read them all yet... as an atheist, I have to balance my reading time with pot smoking, hooker-fucking, and abortion-getting.  Back to it!

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From: Jackzilla Entered on: January 15, 2008 6:13 PM


(And I haven't even clicked the link yet!) 

From: Ross Entered on: January 15, 2008 6:48 PM

Wow, fundamentalists can be some crafty mofos:

The Fact the Earth is Flat is not my opinion, it is a Proved Fact! While all we need to know is that the Bible says the Earth is flat (Is.40:22, Ez.7:2, Dn.2:35; 4:10-11,20, Mt.4:8)... but for a second can you imagine what these so-called 'scientists would have us believe --- If the earth really was round, that would mean there arre people who are HANGING DOWN, HEAD DOWNWARDS while we are standing head up? But since the theory allows to travel to those parts of the earth where the people are said to hand head downward, and still to fancy ourselves to be heads upwards, and our friends whom we have left behind us to be heads downwards! LOL! What foolishness! TheWHOLE THING IS A MYTH - A DREAM - A DELUSION - and a snare, and, instead of there being any evidence at all in this direction to substantiate this popular theory, it is plain proof that the Earth is Not A Globe! 

From: Ross Entered on: January 15, 2008 7:42 PM

This is from a pro-Sam-Brownback forum:

Apes are just creatures twisted by Satan to mock Jesus by giving EVILolition credibility. Further more they are naturally lust crazed for human women. Since they are not natural creatures they should be exterminated forthwith as the tools of evil they are.

BJ Tabor, Blogs4Brownback [Comments (92)] [2007-Aug-01] Submitted by Damned at Random

See what kind of people you're aligning yourself with, Bunky? ;)

From: BigFatty Entered on: January 15, 2008 11:56 PM

This shit can't be real!!  Its too crazy!  All have to read more.... but they do point out that I am not living up to my belief system.

"The athiest couple quickly put on a pair of black robes and hoods. They then exit the house, and run into the street, where a Christian is nailed to a large, wooden X. He is being burned alive. A crowd of athiests stand around him, all wearing black robes and hoods. "

I didn't know we get black robes and a hoodie!!!!  I hope they have a sweet logo too.

From: NickNick Entered on: January 16, 2008 8:32 AM

Please.  This can't be real.  People can't be that ignorant by choice.  The world is flat, it's been proven?!?  What the fuck!?  It's people like this that give religion a bad name.  If christians couls preform a culling of sorts, maybe we tell all these asses that the Rapture is here and they should head to the nearest cliff, the world would be better off.

From: Bunky Entered on: January 16, 2008 9:34 AM
I will pray for your soul Ross.
From: NickNick Entered on: January 16, 2008 9:56 AM
Ross doesn't have a soul.
From: Bunky Entered on: January 16, 2008 10:02 AM
I am praying that he gets one. When I am done with him, I will move on to Fatty.
From: Ross Entered on: January 16, 2008 10:32 AM

Keep praying. 

And while you're at it, could you pray me up a chocolate donut with those little sprinkles on top?

(With apologies to Tommy Lee Jones in The Fugitive) 

From: Bunky Entered on: January 16, 2008 10:34 AM
Do you want the cake style chocolate donut or the glazed? Do you have a preference on sprinkle colors?
From: Ross Entered on: January 16, 2008 11:03 AM
Cake, please.  No sprinkle preference.  Thanks!

From: Jackzilla Entered on: January 16, 2008 11:07 AM
Pray for Wacky Eyes (tm) too!

From: Bunky Entered on: January 16, 2008 11:12 AM
Is it un-Republican of me to call you Assholes?
From: Ross Entered on: January 16, 2008 11:19 AM
It would be perfectly Republican.  Isn't there audio of GWB calling someone a "Grade-A Asshole" somewhere?
From: Radmobile Entered on: January 16, 2008 11:25 AM
I liked the one where they found a magazine with pictures of men under the son's mattress and assumed he had a girl over who brought the magazine. Yeah that's the obvious explanation.
From: Bunky Entered on: January 16, 2008 11:26 AM

I love how Zilla always includes the (tm) on his blogs. It always makes me laugh!

Anyhow, I am not some ultra-conservative right wing extremist. I have no desire to force my religion others, nor do I want anyone's beliefs forced on me. I do not think Brownback would approve of me killing bitches on Halo 3, and then hittin' that sweet spartan ass.

My views do differ from that of the Democrat party on taxes, business, healthcare, and social programs. A lot of that probably has to do with working in healthcare for 11 years and living in California.

I am fed up with politics and the idea we all have to fit in a box with a nice shiny label. I was social chair in my sorority in college, voted most likely to get arrested, and still hold the record for most tequilla shots without vomitting in the Greek system at my college. I was also a member of the Young Republicans. You have to have balance in your life!

From: Bunky Entered on: January 16, 2008 11:30 AM
Is it just me, or does everything lead back to porn with Rad? Video games, fundamentalist quotes.... Just asking, not judging..... Zilla are you selling some "special comics" behind the counter at Rookies?
From: Ross Entered on: January 16, 2008 11:47 AM
I find that interesting, Bunky.  So you work in the healthcare industry, so you've seen what a mess it is, but you feel that the Democrats are more screwed up in their ideas of how to fix it?  Seems to me that the current insurance system was pioneered under the Nixon administration and is a republican's dream.  What specifically, in your opinion, do the republicans have figured out better in terms of healthcare?  I'm curious to hear your opinion since you obviously know a lot more about this stuff than I do.
From: Bunky Entered on: January 16, 2008 12:55 PM
Ross, this could make for an interesting Live discussion. Everytime I go to reply, my work phone rings. I will come back to this later today when I get a break. I can sum it up in a couple of sentences and I have many thoughts.
From: Ross Entered on: January 16, 2008 1:07 PM
Cool, looking forward to it. 

From: NickNick Entered on: January 16, 2008 1:16 PM
I honestly don't think the problem with healthcare is Democratic or Republican. I think it's because the government has become too polarized. The whole purpose of a 2 or multiparty system was to allow for the the greastest majority of americans to be represented and to keep one interest group from becoming too powerful. They've taken this to such an extreme that nothing is accomplished. ***NEW PARAGRAPH*** I would honestly prefer to vote for a republican candidate that could get something accomplished (besides starting a war) rather than vote for a democrat who reflected my ideals but continued to polarize Washington. ***NEW PARAGRAPH*** I'm so incredibly tired of the entire system. Hell, even the candidates that I agree with are taxing my patience. What the hell is wrong with Hillary and Obama that they have to start digging each other's graves before the election really even gets going?!? ***NEW PARAGRAPH*** And yes, Everything "Rad" leads back to porn, because he's family.
From: Bunky Entered on: January 16, 2008 8:45 PM
I agree with Nick, I don't think the problem with Healthcare is a party issue. Where I differ with some of the Democrats is that I do not agree with a universal healthcare system. I have seen what HMO's have done to the quality of care, and a universal system would only make it worse. I think that lobbyists are a HUGE factor in driving up the cost of healthcare. Ted Kennedy and Pat Roberts have some legislation they are trying to push through that is great for big pharma and could have a severe impact on compounding pharmacies around the country. His bill takes control away from the State Board of Pharmacy in each state, and would give too much control to the Federal government. The bill takes contol away from the physician and pharmacist, and could limit access patients have to compounded medications. This is only one of many examples that I could list. I think it is terrible that there are many seniors who have worked their entire lives, contributed to the system, and are spending their life savings to pay for medications that they need. In California, a Medi-Cal recipient who is contributing shit to the economy and not paying into the system, can get free medications and healthcare for sitting on their ass. It disgust me that illegal immigrants cross the border, wait on the lawns of county hospitals, and once the spouse is in labor, the hospital has to admit them, foot the bill and the child is a US citizen. I don't know about Michigan, and Illinois, but that frequently occurs here. It is equally disturbing to me that an immigrant here working on visa in the fields for little wages and paying into the system gets shit benefits from their employer and can't get the healthcare they deserve.
From: The Bone Entered on: January 16, 2008 10:59 PM
If you want to see a crackpot spouting off some silly incoherent shit, check out Tom Cruise talking about Scientology . He's full batshit.
From: Jackzilla Entered on: January 17, 2008 7:18 AM

But Bone - Look at the production value!

Someone needs to edit some Farting Preacher into that bitch! 

From: Ross Entered on: January 17, 2008 7:42 AM
Bunky said:
I have seen what HMO's have done to the quality of care, and a universal system would only make it worse.

I think this is the part where I disagree with you - I just don't see any evidence for this statement.  An HMO is not, from what I can tell, anything like an approximation of what a universal system would be like, if we use any other industrialized countries as our examples.  I agree that HMOs are shit (I had one for a few years), but it doesn't follow that any universal system would necessarily be like an HMO. 

With HMOs, patients get the runaround trying to get the care they need, getting referrals and making unnecessary visits to justify their claims, and doctors have to be an unwilling participant in the shenanigans.  But from what I have seen and heard, many other countries with universal coverage have the exact opposite going on - since the care is not being provided by an insurance company whose goal is to deny coverage to maximize profits, people tend to get treatments with little fuss.  

I think it's very telling that the US is dead last in preventable deaths in industrialized countries.  

From: Ross Entered on: January 17, 2008 7:46 AM
Bone: I had heard about that Tom Cruise video but not watched it.  Wow, Tom Cruise really is Tom Cruise Crazy!
From: Bunky Entered on: January 17, 2008 11:07 AM

I am off to Nevada for a few days, but maybe we can chat on Live when I return on Saturday.

F Tom Cruise! He is a f-ing moron. Is this what will happen to me when I get my inner alien out my body? I have refused to see his movies since War of the Worlds. The mere sight of him makes me want to vomit!

F the Bone too! Where the hell is your XBOX 360? You didn't go full Ross and spend your money on hookers and weed did you?

From: Jackzilla Entered on: January 17, 2008 11:33 AM

...hookers, weed and -- don't forget about abortions!  Athiests love getting abortions!

Yeah, what up with the 360, Bone?  Or were you just being a big tease? 


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