Saturday, December 11, 2010

New Meaningless Bumper Sticker

Sat behind some twit with a new bumpersticker:

"I'm for the separation of church and hate."

So is every Christian, particularly Catholics, honey.

What the sticker proves is this: being in 6th grade is a permanent condition for some.

15 comments:

Jim said...

"So is every Christian, particularly Catholics, honey." Including Fred Phelps?

I think this post falls short.

capper said...

Daddio,

I take it introspection is not your strong suit, is it? Considering that all you do is advocate hate, sexism and violence, you are actually living proof for the bumper stickers accuracy.

Dan said...

Most Christians don't think of Phelps as being Christian.
But nice try, Jim.

Dad29 said...

Yah, hey.

Fred Phelps falls short...but God loves even nuts.

Like a certain combox-type or two here.

Deekaman said...

I love Crappers comments. It shows how poorly he grasps reality.

Amy said...

I take it introspection is not your strong suit, is it? Considering that all you do is advocate hate, sexism and violence, you are actually living proof for the bumper stickers accuracy.

And, of course, what capper means by that is you don't spout politically correct nonsense and pretend it passes for reasoned argument.

I'll save capper the trouble of using his scare resources of brain cells and explain that "Separation of church and hate" really means "separation of church from anything Biblical, Christo-centric, or otherwise resembling Christianity."

Dad29 said...

Thanks, Amy. I'm sure that Capper will appreciate your offer of assistance. /sarcasm

Actually, Capper and his crowd would like people to stop judging ACTIONS, period.

One wonders how the CapperCrowd will actually respond to the Epstein daughter-banging...

Jim said...

"Most Christians don't think of Phelps as being Christian." Is this from a survey or anecdotal evidence?

By the way, how do you know that the person sporting the "I'm for separation of church and hate" is not an advocate for banning Sharia Law?

Dad29 said...

Umnnhhh...learn to read, Jim.

Between the lines is helpful.

You're approaching the "ignore" territory of Foust, by the way.

capper said...

Um, yeah, Amy, usually if you are going to insult someone's intelligence, you'd might want to make sure you are spelling your words correctly.

Furthermore, you do prove my point with your statement:

"Separation of church and hate" really means "separation of church from anything Biblical, Christo-centric, or otherwise resembling Christianity."

You do realize, in your uncontrolled anger, you just called the Bible, the Church and Christianity as being equal to hate.

Daddio,

I don't know what you are referencing, but I do recall you defending the child molesters from that cult in Texas.

Dad29 said...

your recall, Capper, is as bad as your general logic.

I did not defend "child molesters." I was extremely concerned about the State's M.O.

By the way, were there any CONVICTIONS resulting from the State's raid?

Molestation is one thing. Enforcement methodology is another thing entirely. You might not notice the difference, of course.

capper said...

In fact, there was a conviction for sexual abuse of a child.

So, now you're claiming you were upset because they didn't ask your permission to protect the children?

Doesn't your Bible include something about hubris?

Dad29 said...

Keep up your idiotic straw-man building and you will go to Foust-land, Capper.

capper said...

That's a threat?

Gee, sorry, I disturbed your echo chamber with reality. How rude of me!

John Foust said...

It's that cognitive dissonance thing, Capper. Ignore those who might show the weakness of your position.