News with a twist
Rev. Fishsticks says that there is nothing more important than fighting teh gay menace.
- Propaganda! - The man who thinks more about hot, sweaty man-on-man sex with thighs like pistons that can pump all night Matt Barber has noticed that the polls show support for Marriage Equality, and he knows that this can mean only one thing:
"The media and the entertainment industries are changing public opinion rather than reflecting public opinion, as you would expect and hope that they would."
Because it is impossible to think that Americans might decide for themselves to be fair and equitable? Unpossible, Barber's been trying to persuade Americans for years to hate everyone! (One News Now)
- Somewhere, Ken Cuccinelli is weeping - All 100 members of the Virginia House of Delegates voted to repeal the bans on oral/anal sex. The bill now goes to Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe, who is expected sign it into law, and Virginia Debutantes are expected to, well, smile gracefully. (Bilerico Project)
- Get Off The Cross, We Need The Wood (part infinity) - As regular readers of the Happy Hour News Briefs know, there is no greater oppression and persecution in the entire world (known and unknown) than that which the Xristian Xrazies must grimly endure. So, to prove how oppressed they are, the Xristian Xrazies decided to do what any sane person would do: they faked being arrested for being Xristians.
Pastors in Ohio called the local cops and requested to be taken into custody in front of their congregations, using on-duty, taxpayer funded police officers, taken away in police cars, etc. You don't need a doctorate in Political Science (or theater, or even interpretive dance) to see who the bad guys are in this passion play:
Take it away, Washington Times:
Videos of the mock arrests posted online brought a wave of criticism for the Summit County Sheriff’s office from people who thought the deputies really were interrupting church services to make arrests.
Sheriff Steve Barry says his deputies took part in the mock arrests Sunday at a couple churches around Akron after the pastors approached his office and asked it to participate.
The churches staged the arrests as part of their “Defending the Faith” sermons. Videos showed deputies handcuffing pastors while they preached and placing them in patrol cars.
And if that doesn't prove to you that Xristian Xrazies are the most oppressed and persecuted people in the known world, they even had to stage their own oppression! When will the persecution end?… um, wait.