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Dec 20 2013

Gordo Dehumanizes Gays While Claiming No Dehumanization

In the recent case in Colorado involving the bakery that wouldn’t provide cakes for a same-sex wedding reception, the judge said that anti-gay discrimination was dehumanizing. Gordon Klingenschmitt takes issue with that statement and then proves it true by saying that they are possessed by demons and therefore “cooperating with the Devil and there is something unhuman in side of them.” Thanks for proving the point, Gordo.

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  1. 1
    Gregory in Seattle

    “I love you, which is why I must beat you to death and send you to Hell where you belong.”

    More and more, the Talibangelicals sound like abusive partners justifying their abuse.

  2. 2
    scienceavenger

    OMG, I never say what this guy looked like before. Must be an associate of Marcus Bachman…

  3. 3
    dingojack

    scienceavenger – now that’s just dehumanising the Friends of Narnia!
    Dingo

  4. 4
    vmanis1

    Don’t make fun of old Gordy. He’s possessed by demons (their names are Zuul and Gozer) that are making him say these things. A good old-fashioned exorcism is in order.

  5. 5
    freehand

    Why does he shave his face like a woman’s?

  6. 6
    dingojack

    Freehand – Doesn’t Leviticus specifically prohibit this practice, like homosexuality?
    Dingo

  7. 7
    John Pieret

    Normally, I would say that such contradition takes enormous mental gymnastics. But in Gordo’s case, I suspect his brain is laying on the couch in a bathrobe, swilling Dr. Pepper and wolfing down Fritos, while it watches a particularly bad horror movie of its own invention.

  8. 8
    caseloweraz

    @John Pieret:

    Plan Nine from Outer Space? Or perhaps The Curse of the Crimson Altar (although I haven’t seen that one, so I shouldn’t pan it — and a movie with Christopher Lee and Boris Karloff can’t be all bad.)

  9. 9
    John Pieret

    caseloweraz:

    More like Attack of the 50 Foot Liberal.

  10. 10
    A Waterchapel

    The cake (decision) is a lie!

  11. 11
    noe1951

    “The Curse of the Crimson Altar (although I haven’t seen that one, so I shouldn’t pan it — and a movie with Christopher Lee and Boris Karloff can’t be all bad.)” Yes, it can.

    John Pieret – excellent!

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