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The Bible Causes Emotional Distress!!

Oh, I'm so sorry for this fellow. I sure hope that Obama becomes president so outrages like this DO NOT HAPPEN anymore...

Bradley LaShawn Fowler , a homosexual who has a blog linked to Obama's website, is suing publishers for their horrible, mean, awful translations of the Bible like the King James that liken homosexual activity with words like sin and abomination. Big money from the publishers, to the tune of 70 million dollars (yes, you read that right!), will help him put the broken pieces of his life together with a beachfront house and money in the bank. That poor fellow!

Can you imagine what rotten, mean people these "translators" are? And these "publishers?" Doing their best to stay true to, you know, what God really meant when He gave divine insipiration through people like Paul? I think they should pay every last penny to this poor, distraught soul. Imagine the nerve of those people, wrecking his family life like that with their homophobic Bible translations:

"Fowler, who is representing himself in both lawsuits, says in his complaint against Zondervan that the publisher intended to design a religious, sacred document to reflect an individual opinion or a group's conclusion to cause 'me or anyone who is a homosexual to endure verbal abuse, discrimination, episodes of hate, and physical violence ... including murder.'

"Fowler alleges both Zondervan and Thomas Nelson, with its King James Bible, manipulated Scripture without informing the public by using the term 'homosexuals' in a New Testament passage, 1 Corinthians 6:9. He told the Grand Rapids TV station in an interview he wants to "compensate for the past 20 years of emotional duress and mental instability."'

I think I'm having a hate episode right now! Eek! It's those Bible translators' fault for putting those thoughs in my braaaaiin. And I haven't even gotten 'round to telling you all the damage listening to rock music and seeing television over the years has done to me. I need some compensation, folks! Waah! (Ok, how much do I get for that tirade?)

In Obama's defense, though, there's a nutball in every bunch. I'm sure the McCain people have some weirdos, too.


  1. Gosh, I swear there are folks out there who won't be happy until they have outlawed Christianity!

  2. I plan to sue my neighbor's cat because she hissed at me when I was trying to be nice to her. I am a cat lover, darn it, and she has caused me profound emotional distress...she must pay!

    I hope this guy becomes a Christian one day. Unlikely, but that would make a neat testimony.

    This reminds me of the girls who sued McDonalds for making them fat.

  3. Whatever happened to free speech? Where is the ACLU on this?


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