Thursday, 9 September 2010

Help for those suffering from erectile dysfunctions.

Looks like Pastor Jones got hisself a wanking buddy.

"Book burning is a cowardly act by those afraid that their beliefs aren't strong enough to attract people if if they are allowed a choice," said Warren, author of The Purpose Driven Life. The National Association of Evangelicals, the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue and Southern Baptist leaders all issued similar statements leading up to Saturday's anniversary of the worst terrorist attack in American history.

The Rev. Bob Old of Springfield, Tenn., doesn't care what they think. The longtime Baptist minister says the Rev. Terry Jones of the Dove World Center Outreach in Gainesville, Fla., is doing the right thing by burning the Quran. So he's going to do likewise.

Why pay for Viagra when you can join Jones and Old to get your hate hard-on for free?

More: Margaret and Helen weigh in - "... a bunch of jack-asses are going to tell us that God hates us too and we shouldn’t generalize all Republicans like that. Well all I have to say is if it quacks like a Duck and sets a Quran on fire then it must be a Republican."

merci, boom boom.


Anonymous said...

Jones just announced he's not going through with it. I figured he would, he got all the publicity he wanted, that's all it's about.

deBeauxOs said...

Yet the Manhattan muslim group says they have not spoken with him at all.

Is this a ploy, a bait-and-switch, so that Jones can then bleat to the media that he was MASSIVELY tricked by them? Montreal Simon seems to think so.

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't be surprised if he never spoke to a Muslim in his life. He got all kinds of fame last year for his "No Homo Mayor" campaign when a gay man ran for mayor of Gainesville.

He's looking for notoriety and playing the system to do it, frankly, he does it well.

Yes, the media was duped by a nobody all because of the power of religion and the hysteria it too easily generates.

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