Well this was predictable. Whenever there’s some tragic event, you can count on a hyper-emotional Christian to find something to turn into a sign from God, even if they have to invent it out of whole cloth. Here’s a perfect example from the Aurora shootings:
Category Archive: Fun with Fundies
Jul 27 2012
Jul 22 2012
The Virgin Mary continues her very successful 2012 North American Tour (sadly, without Madonna as an opening act) by appearing in a tree in New York, with fans sleeping overnight in front of Ticketmaster outlets to get front row seats for the show.
Jul 21 2012
Man, I don’t know how this came to mind the other day. And I’m almost sorry to inflict it on you. It’s Christian “singer” Carmen doing America Again. It starts with a pack of lies and fake quotes from the founding fathers, then goes into a horrible song that is so cheesy you could make …
Jul 17 2012
The good news is that Erik Estrada has finally found some work. The bad news is that it’s in a movie being filmed at Liberty University, which has the folks at Liberty terribly excited to have a genuine Hollywood “star” — albeit one who couldn’t even get into the Surreal Life house –on campus.
Jul 03 2012
In an incredibly surprising move, the International Communion of Evangelical Churches has named Bishop Harry Jackson the “presiding bishop” of that organization, which he founded himself a year ago. Right Wing Watch links to the video of the incredibly elaborate and, presumably, expensive elevation ceremony.
Jun 27 2012
USA Today has a story about a Christian mixed martial arts organization in New York, where people try to kick the crap out of each other for Christ. Turn the other cheek with this group and you’re gonna get a knee to the face.
Jun 24 2012
Bill Keller is one of the craziest of all the wingnut evangelists, but this idea sounds like a great one to me. He’s encouraging his followers to not vote for any candidate for president but to write in the name of Jesus instead. He even has a website devoted to the idea, Vote for Jesus.
Jun 23 2012
Awful journalist Joseph Farah, owner of the Worldnutdaily, interviews an awful Barack Obama impersonator. Unsurprisingly, the whole thing revolves around Obama’s birth certificate and other wingnut delusions. With that mustache, the video really should have been accompanied by a porn soundtrack with some wah wah pedal. Yes, this is what passes for comedy on Planet …
Jun 22 2012
Here’s an article from Charisma magazine that amuses me. It seems there’s a big “movement” that has formed in response to atheist billboards, which so disturbed a youth group that they got mad as hell and decided to get together and … pray about it.
Jun 22 2012
In Michigan we have a saying that demonstrates the general hatred for all things Ohio State: A buckeye ain’t nothing but a hairless nut. But it turns out that it’s actually a bisexual hairless nut, leading one aggrieved Ohio resident to demand that it be replaced. I really hope this is meant to be satirical:
Jun 16 2012
Wingnut preacher Rick Joyner says that he’s seen miracles, like feeding a “huge group” with a single casserole that never ran out. I’ve been to enough church potlucks in my life to believe that there was a dish that never ran out, but it was probably because no one ate it. I’d bet money that …
Jun 13 2012
Here’s a video about the Heartland Institute’s recent conference, which happened shortly after those despicable billboards comparing those who accept global warming to serial killers and terrorists caused them to lose about half their funding. You’ll notice that it brings all manner of right wing kooks together — global warming denialists, creationists and birthers. And …
Jun 09 2012
Jesus has already appeared on toast and many other places. Now it seems he has appeared in the mold in the bathroom of a Texas family. And apparently they think he’s watching them while they shower or use the toilet — and they’re happy about that.
May 25 2012
I’m not sure how the existence of an online test to tell whether you’re possessed by a demon, especially one owned by Christian fraud Bob Larson, has escaped my attention. But this is funny stuff. Yes, for the low price of $9.95, you can find out if are demon-possessed.