Friday, August 24, 2007

And they call themselves Christians

This is possibly the most offensive thing I've read in quite some time.

"Kids are hurting," he said. And of those who he feels inflict these moral wounds, Luce said, "We call them terrorists, virtue terrorists, that are destroying our kids."

"They're raping virgin teenage America on the sidewalk, and everybody's walking by and acting like everything's OK. And it's just not OK."

It's unbelievable that people would allow their children to take part in a rally such as this one. Calling those who believe differently "terrorists" isn't going to help anybody. And using the rape analogy just pisses me off because clearly this jackass has no idea what it is like to be raped.

I hope he gets hit by a car.


sealegs said...

While much milder in his terms, Hutchins agrees. "We're a generation that is kind of troubled," he said. Luce wants to "rescue the hearts of our generation," he added.

Hasn't every generation felt that in its teenage years? It's called being a teenager period. And isn't there always someone/something preying on that vulnerability? Yes and yes. These people need to get a life, because, seriously, if they think the Beatles are the devil, they have no clue.

-S- said...

All I have to say is:

Ned Flanders: Of course I was into the Beatles! They were bigger than Jesus! [EABF16]

greeneagles said...

You're right, this is slightly more offensive than a post about Jewish people that I read a few days ago.

It's amazing how easy hatred is spread around. I just hope that the people that those who shout against it recognize it in themselves.

SerenitySprings said...

Oh good grief, GE, settle down. I was clearly talking about the Israeli government and not all Jewish people. Don't you find it even a little bit pathetic that a nation that was built upon the blood of their persecuted members now turns away people from other nations who are being slaughtered just like they were at one time?

Traivor said...

What GE is really trying to say is that he is fully on board with Israel's plans to import Darfur refugees as soap and lampshades.