Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Hot and bothered Jerry Falwell

Jerry, Jerry, Jerry. You were so respectful of Rabbi Eric Yoffie and his views about gays deserving equality and then you go and turn into a hot and bothered het-er-o-sex-u-al:

Illicit sex today. Today the world has gone sex crazy. Illicit sex has become the downfall of many in the Bible. Movie stars not married to each other, having babies and making headlines all over the world as though they were doing some great thing. Big deal! Just another moral pervert.
What does Jerry think about adulterer Newtie Poot's oral sex with his mistress "just so Newt could say he did not sleep with her, that woman, Ann Manning? Newt mixed sodomy with deception so wouldn't that qualify him as a moral pervert and technically a sodomite?

But wait, Jerry's not finished:
You know, you almost got to be a homosexual to be recognized in the entertainment industry anymore. Ellen [Degeneres], and all the rest. I love them, pray for their souls, but they're immoral. And the Hollywood scene -- five and eight and 10 marriages -- not something to be emulated.
You almost got to be a homosexual...Almost? Is that like a fetus who will eventually pop out sprinkled in fairy dust wearing a rainbow?

Or did he mean this?

Or this?

Perhaps this?

What about this?


Or these guys?

Hi-o, this must be it!

No, wait. Who's your daddy, baby?!

Falwell's obsession with Hollywood conveniently overlooks who is having illicit sex:
...after Bill vacated the Oval Office and Republicans had installed St. George, 2001 rates on divorce, the number of sexual partners, unwed mothers, teen pregnancy, [lack of sexual abstinence,] and gonorrhea infection in America pointed the finger to culprits on the red-state side of the country.
Is Jerry just ignorant about the facts or is he breaking one of the Ten Commandments? The latter would be, er, immoral.

Obviously, Jerry Falwell isn't God and apparently doesn't know the Big Kahuna very well or he would have heard that the Creator made me gay and lot of other folks.

Ah, freedom of religion! Isn't the First Amendment grand?