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Thursday, June 14, 2012


"They're saying that the Ten Commandments have been taken out of the court houses and out of the school houses lest we offend the atheists. Let me be very clear: This country was not built for atheists nor by atheists. It was built by Christian people who believed in the word of God."

Thomas Paine and Thomas Jefferson would like a word with you. They were not atheists, but they sure as hell were not christians, and they sure as hell didn't intend for this country to be a theocracy. That is the reason why our Constitution is 100% secular. Because the Founding Fathers, christian and non-christian alike, were intelligent men who knew why their ancestors had come to America to begin with; to escape jerks like you. A secular nation protects all religions and religious sects equally; contrast this with every christian theocracy in history.

"To the atheist watching this telecast, if our belief in God offends you, move. {Applause.}"

Um, dumbass (and every dumb fuck who applauded)? Whatever imaginary friend you believe in is immaterial to me. Some of my best friends are christians. What offends me is when pompous pricks like yourself try to rewrite history to cater to your mindless congregations, and try to force your beliefs down my throat.

"There are planes leaving every hour on the hour, going every place on planet Earth. Get on one. We don't want you and we won't miss you. I promise you."

Go play a record backwards and kill yourself, you slimy dildo lizard. I have just as much right to this country as you and the moronic horde attending your church do. If my Constitutional rights offend you, move. I won't miss you.

"Our coins say in God We Trust."

A piece of unconstitutional propaganda left over from the McCarthy era.

"President Obama, you recently told the foreign media that America is not a Christian nation. You're absolutely wrong."

Treaty of Tripoli. QED.

"We were, we are, and always shall be a Bible-reading, praying, Christian people. {Applause and standing ovation.}"

It must be nice to attract such ignorant retards to your church. The Constitution, the First Amendment, and the Treaty of Tripoli disagree with you, dumbass. The fact that christians have always been the religious majority in this country has no impact on our law, or shouldn't, if we actually cared about preserving the Founders' values. Not of course, that scum like yourself give a shit about what they believed in and fought for.

"Several years ago, witchcraft and satanism were officially approved by the U.S. Military at the direction of the U.S. Congress. We have officially chosen to recognize another god."

Hey, if freedom, liberty, and justice for all offends you, move. There are planes leaving every hour on the hour. Get on one. Nobody with an IQ above the single digits will miss you. Go hang out with your theocratist buddies in Saudi Arabia.

"I call upon the members of Congress to outlaw the practice of witchcraft and satanism in the U.S. Military lest we offend the God of Heaven."

You're a fascist fuck-wad. Has anyone ever told you that? And so is your congregation. Never mind moving, just go back in time to the Dark Ages where you belong. And some evidence for your assertion of "witchcraft" (which doesn't exist) and Satanism (which is protected by the Constitution anyway) would be nice.

"I don't care about the atheist."

That's good, because we don't care about you either. Now go take a long walk off a short pier. And to people reading this, the next time some idiot tells you that Christian Dominionism doesn't exist, send him a link to Hagee's caterwauling. This is not the first time he's made such claims before the brainless mutants that flock to his temple every Sunday.



  1. "This country was not built for atheists nor by atheists. It was built by Christian people who believed in the word of God."

    News flash, Mr. Hagee: people of many belief systems have contributed to this country over its history. It's not a theocracy, it's not a Christians-only club, so zip it already.

    Every time I hear fundamentalists talking about America as a "Christian nation," I want to smash something. Are they not aware of separation of church and state, or the ideas of the Founding Fathers? Are they not aware of all the tensions and bloodshed caused by religious governments in Europe's history? Jeez.

    1. They're aware, but their mindless followers either aren't, or choose to ignore it.

  2. I resent the accusation that we were being jerks to the founders of (English- the Vikings don't count) U.S.A. The conversion to protestantism has to be the greatest political move ever to be created from the desire to have sex with that ....in' hot girl over ther- no wait, how about that one...