Bryan Fischer is about six hours and one bad stool away from declaring that Christians are victims of a new holocaust at the hands of the homosexicals. Truly, he’s that hysterical. It’s sort of funny to watch:
As a culture, we must choose between the homosexual agenda or the Constitution because we can’t have both.
Further proof comes from the abjectly pathetic decision of the chaplains’ office at Andrews Air Force Base to rescind a long-standing invitation to Tony Perkins, the president of the Family Research Council. Perkins had been invited to give a non-political talk at a prayer luncheon on the base yesterday, but was abruptly dis-invited for one simple reason: he supports the current law which makes homosexuals ineligible for service in the United States military.
The days of Dred Scott have returned. Christians now are the ones are being confined on the plantation, and warned about being too uppity … McCarthyism has now struck the U.S. military with a vengeance. The question now that the military is asking is this: “Are you now, or have you ever been, a supporter of traditional morality?” If the answer is yes, you go on our blacklist, and we deprive you of your freedom of religion, speech and military service.
Who, exactly, is suggesting that Christians can’t join the military? Or can’t practice their religion freely? And um, I thought Tony Perkins was a pastor/talking wingnut, not a member of the military.
Anyway, why rebut all of this when there’s a handy picture available to expose Bryan Fischer’s unnecessarily soiled undies in all their glory?
(h/t Right Wing Watch)