Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Poor James Dobson

Apparently he momentarily wiped the usual rabid foam flying from his mouth when he discusses gay rights, and his fellow 'mo-hatin' gimps are ramming him good. Poor baby. Here's my favorite part:

Another critic, Paul Cameron of the Colorado Springs–based Family Research Institute, said Thursday that Dobson has "come off the tracks" of the Christian movement in backing rights for gay couples. Cameron believes gay people are more prone to crime and disease and don't have children, so they shouldn't be entitled to the same rights as married people. "The destructive should never get the honors that belong to the productive," he said.

Ok people, chant it like Jesse Jackson:
The destructive should never get the honors that, um...

Mr. Cameron needs to work on his rhyme scheme.

He's right though. I am destructive. I'm a rugby player.


Blogger Hunter said...

Being slammed by Cameron is the first step toward sainthood, although I think Dobson has a long way to go.

Remember that Cameron was kicked out of the APA for cherrypicking data, and his "research" is the backbone of most Christianist anti-gay arguments.

His Family Research Institute has been listed as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Conference. He's one very short step above Fred Phelps.

But it's so nice to see a falling out among thieves.

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