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Friday, March 26, 2010

Crazy Sh*t I've Come Across: 3/26

It's that time of the week! Pick out the false quote.

I actually spoke to a person who insisted that the founding fathers respected the slaves because they let them have their last names.
- A Facebook friend's status update

Why this huge isolation of the Church and this huge focus on cover-up in the Church when it has been going on for centuries?
- Bishop Christopher Jones, head of the Irish episcopate's committee on family affairs talking about the Church's huge cover-up of child abuse.

...doing what I was required to do.
- Cardinal Brady, using the Nuremberg Trial strategy, commenting about how he assisted in the silencing of a victim of sexual abuse by a priest.



-Obviously real, but still f*cked up.

Our plans for the facilities are on schedule.
-Vidkun Quisling, Prime Minister of Norway, commenting on the floating nuclear power plants being built.

This is not about speech at all, but about the homosexual agenda. It's about the schoolyard bullies at the ACLU using an activist federal judge to force schools to normalise sexually aberrant behaviour.
-The American Family Association, a Christian group standing up to Constance McMillen's court victory that it's not OK to discriminate against lesbian couples at a high school prom.

UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Congressman Stupak, you are one big piece of human (EXPLETIVE DELETED). And think about this. There are millions of people across the country who wish you ill.
-Voice Mail for Rep Bart Stupak (D) Michigan. Caller was obviously upset about the Baby Killing and Death Panel provisions of Obama Care.

Well, that's all for this week! The fake quote is about the floating nuclear power plants. However, it's actually worse than you first thought because the Russians are building real floating nuclear power plants (well they do know how NOT to build a well made reactor) Vidkun Quisling is a real historical figure, know why? It isn't pretty.

1 comment:

  1. Floating nuclear power plants? Sounds kind of ethereal. Where are they floating - down the Seine?

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