He’s here! He’s here!

Right here!  Here’s a picture!  Come and get him!!!

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Pantingly posting as “breaking!!” the news that Dr. Carhart was at the press conference, along with  a picture (likely taken without his permission), seems to be sending a message of some kind.  I won’t speculate on what that might be, but I think it’s worth noting that Dr. Tiller was relentlessly stalked the same way.

As a sidebar, the sleazy freak who creeped up on Dr. Carhart and took his picture is Wendy Wright of “Concerned Women of America”.  Wright, a pig-ignorant Christofascist who’s dumber than a bag of brain-dead hammers, was interviewed by Richard Dawkins earlier this year. The resulting video is enough to make you want to shotgun a 26er of Everclear:

Head+Explosion

GAAHHHHH!!!

But remember: the fact that they’re intellectually-bankrupt scientific illiterates doesn’t make them any less dangerous.

68 Responses to “He’s here! He’s here!”


  1. 1 sassy Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 9:36 pm

    Dawkins gets 20/10 on the patience scale for that one. Wright is evil-crazy, and the intonation in her speech . . . what’s up with that phoney shite?

  2. 2 Cornelius T.Zen Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 9:59 pm

    Good morrow, all!
    Where is the evidence for Creation, as it is outlined in the Bible, having taken place over a period of six twenty-four-hour days?
    The Bible, and yes, I have read it, amounts to a rather patronizing and not very flattering picture of a small, petty, capricious, cruel, paranoid, monomaniacal, thoroughly unlikeable God, and if I were Him, I’d sue. On the other hand, where would He find a lawyer?
    It is both libellous and slanderous, and its sources are suspect at best, and total fabrication at worst.
    I have also looked around me at a wondrous world of incredible diversity and heart-wrenching beauty. I have drawn great deep breaths at eight thousand feet, and gazed in awe at creatures in the precious deeps of the ocean. I have held a new born child in my hands, and held the hands of my father as he slipped away to follow the way of all flesh.
    To me, evolution is nothing more than God’s way of saying, “Excuse me, I like to take My time, anybody got a problem with that?”
    Evidence? Wendy Wright, it takes intelligence to perceive and understand evidence. It takes a disciplined and devoted mind to follow that evidence, to make observations and draw conclusions.
    God was smart – He made people like Wendy Wright, so that thinking people would appreciate people like Richard Dawkins. Without the dark, one would not understand, or appreciate the light. If we look at the language, God is described as “omniscient” – all-knowing. You might actually decribe God as Omniscient-ific. That’s not a long white robe God is wearing – it’s a lab coat. Cool – CTZen

  3. 3 J. A. Baker Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 10:49 pm

    Cue Jasper to bitch about how us evil, Satanic sodomites (who he could sooo totally take in a blind alley if he weren’t busy getting vershnicken on the sacramental wine) are calling the lovely Ms. Wright names in 3…2…1…

  4. 4 hemmingforddogblog Friday, October 30, 2009 at 4:31 am

    Sassy;

    It’s the meds!

  5. 5 Jasper Friday, October 30, 2009 at 8:03 am

    Wendy,

    Thank for moping the floor with Richard Dawkins. He neved did explain the proof behind marco evolution did he? No, these obnoxoius snobs look down their noses at religious people and resort to insults.

  6. 6 Joe Agnost Friday, October 30, 2009 at 9:51 am

    Jasper wrote: “Wendy,

    Thank for moping the floor with Richard Dawkins.”

    To which anyone with a pulse would respond with ‘bwaahaaahaaa!’.

    The patience that RD shows this f-ing retard is unbelievable! Imagine facing such obvious ignorance – willful ignorance – and still being so polite! I can’t imagine it.

    RD always amazes me with the way he deals with such stupidity. That she ignores his excellent answers to her question and then repeats the question as if nobody would notice that it was more than adequately answered previously – I mean, she’s retarded right? She has to be… (Jasper seems to be pretty dim too).

    The whole creationist movement is likely “moping” over this video – because RD clearly mopped the floor with this retard.

  7. 7 JJ Friday, October 30, 2009 at 10:35 am

    sassy

    Dawkins gets 20/10 on the patience scale for that one.

    No kidding, especially when she starts whining about “ad hominems”, when Dawkins never engaged in ad hominems. Did he call her a dingbat, a nitwit, a rube? No. No ad hominem.

  8. 8 RealityBites Friday, October 30, 2009 at 10:46 am

    Joe Agnost, I doubt it. The rank and file creationist movement is marked by not only incredible stupidity, but an amazing capacity for denial. Their leaders, of course, know perfectly well that they’re preaching nonsense to the terminally stupid, but it pays well.

  9. 9 JJ Friday, October 30, 2009 at 10:55 am

    Good morrow, CTZen 😉

    That’s not a long white robe God is wearing – it’s a lab coat. Cool

    😆
    That’s the truth!

  10. 10 JJ Friday, October 30, 2009 at 10:56 am

    JAB

    Cue Jasper to bitch about how us evil, Satanic sodomites (who he could sooo totally take in a blind alley if he weren’t busy getting vershnicken on the sacramental wine) are calling the lovely Ms. Wright names in 3…2…1…

    JAB calls it!

  11. 11 JJ Friday, October 30, 2009 at 10:57 am

    SQ – Or lack of meds. It’s hard to say.

  12. 12 JJ Friday, October 30, 2009 at 11:02 am

    Jasper

    Thank for moping the floor with Richard Dawkins.

    😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆

    Jasper, you do realize that as a Catholic, protestant fundies like Wendy Wright consider you a heretic and a heathen? I would have thought you might have a problem with that.

  13. 13 JJ Friday, October 30, 2009 at 11:26 am

    Joe Agnost

    The whole creationist movement is likely “moping” over this video – because RD clearly mopped the floor with this retard.

    No, you know what? They’re probably quite pleased with it. They probably really believe that Ms. Wright mopped the floor with RD, even though that’s quite obviously not the reality.

    As soon as they get that sly, stupid look on their faces and start whining about “ad hominems”, you know the discussion is over, and all they’ll take away from it is “He had nothing but insults!” They are masters of the art of denial and deflection.

  14. 14 joe agnost Friday, October 30, 2009 at 11:37 am

    Of course JJ and realitybites are correct… the terminally stupid that make up the creationist movement will score this one a “win”.

    That’s why so few real scientists will bother debating creotards – because even after the scientists thoroughly demolish them the creotards claim victory and get good publicity from the ‘debate’. It also gives the illusion of controversy regarding the ToE where, clearly, there is none.

  15. 15 JJ Friday, October 30, 2009 at 11:41 am

    RB – I often wonder how much their leaders actually believe the stuff they tell the rank & file.

    A creep like Dobson, for example: he got that “partial birth” abortion ban passed, and the fundies were all happy. But it turned out to be completely useless because doctors just found other ways to do the procedure. I read somewhere that it stopped one(1) abortion. The bill was nothing but a symbolic bone to throw the fundies and they were furious at Dobson for awhile.

    Dobson’s been through medical school, he had to know. (I know, he’s a shrink, which is a scary thought, but you have to be an MD first before you can specialize, right?)

    A lot of these guys are real hucksters.

  16. 16 JJ Friday, October 30, 2009 at 11:46 am

    joe agnost

    That’s why so few real scientists will bother debating creotards

    Yeah, well that and the fact that it’s like debating apples & oranges. One is a scientific theory, one is an article of faith.

  17. 17 Shade Friday, October 30, 2009 at 1:54 pm

    I don’t see how Wendy mopped the floor with Dawkins. He answered everyone of her questions and she just asked them again. You’d have better luck debating with a monkey. Of course, monkeys would have a geunine reason to hate evolution, it prooves their distantly related to that woman.

  18. 18 Jasper Friday, October 30, 2009 at 3:45 pm

    Latest round of vitriol and hate below..boy does Wendy Wright have you people pegged.

    You’d have better luck debating with a monkey.

    the terminally stupid that make up the creationist movement.

    That’s why so few real scientists will bother debating creotards.

    As soon as they get that sly, stupid look on their faces.

    The rank and file creationist movement is marked by not only
    incredible stupidity.

    they’re preaching nonsense to the terminally stupid

    Imagine facing such obvious ignorance.

    I mean, she’s retarded right? She has to be

    Jasper seems to be pretty dim too

    RD clearly mopped the floor with this retard.

    He made people like Wendy Wright, so that thinking people would appreciate people like Richard Dawkins.

  19. 19 Jasper Friday, October 30, 2009 at 3:51 pm

    Joe Agnostic,

    Are you one of those people who gets brave behind a keyboard? I’d like to see you refer to somebody as a ‘retard’ in front of my face..

  20. 20 Frank Frink Friday, October 30, 2009 at 3:58 pm

    Are you one of those people who gets brave behind a keyboard?

    That’s called projection, Jasper.

    Or have you already forgotten, in your meds induced haze, your little, “I’d like to meet you in a dark alleyway” challenge to CTZen?

    Which is it, Jaaaaasper? You can’t have both.

  21. 21 Shade Friday, October 30, 2009 at 4:05 pm

    Actually Jasper monkeys can be quite clever. You shouldn’t be so down on your distant relatives.

    Additionally, if you don’t like people thinking you’re stupid, maybe you should support a theory with proof instead of, “Just because”.

    The big argument aginst Evolution is “You have no proof” funny thing is it has far more proof then Creationisim.

  22. 22 Jasper Friday, October 30, 2009 at 4:34 pm

    There’s a difference etween macro and picro evolution. Is there any proof to back marco evolution? (species jumping).

    Do you think it was natural selection that created human beings?

    The big bang started from one single super atom. Who/what created that super atom

  23. 23 deBeauxOs Friday, October 30, 2009 at 5:00 pm

    And another question directed at Jasper is ignored.

    Having fun feeding your persecution complex, Jasper?

  24. 24 Shade Friday, October 30, 2009 at 6:12 pm

    Jasper the Big Bang and Evolution are two seperate theories while they are not mutually exlcusive they are also not dependant on each other. We were dicussing Evolution not the Big Bang.

    Personally I ask the question why does anything have to be created? After all if things require a creator, then who created god? If things MUST be created then god MUST have been created by something else.

    Also humans evolving from apes isn’t macro evolution as say… birds from reptiles, really, we’re Hominidae, further classified as Hominina. Which is a sub classification we share with several extinct types of ape which stood out by having steadily more erect bipedal movement rather then using hands as well, accented with an omnivore diet. Sound familiar? That’s what we do.

    So it wasn’t really one type of creature into another, it was an ape to a different type of ape. There’s a reason we’re called primates and are classified in the “Great Ape” section.

    And yes I do actually think it was natural selection. Because I read things and understand them, not ignore them.

  25. 25 Rob F Friday, October 30, 2009 at 6:53 pm

    What nice timing of Jasper, as my latest post happens to be about micro and macro evolution.

    And Jasper, I have a doublet of Halloween presents for you: Evidence for evolution and more evidence for evolution. Anyone who denies this evidence is probably just making it a point of pride to be ignorant and pig headed.

    Also, who’s idea was it to come up with the dysphemism “abortionist” anyway? We don’t call osteologists “fracturists” and we don’t call orthodontists “headgearists”, so why should we call obstetricians “abortionists”? There’s a lot more to obstetrics then abortions.

  26. 26 The Anti-Social Socialist Friday, October 30, 2009 at 7:46 pm

    There’s no such bloody thing as ‘species jumping’. You don’t get a Crocoduck, you don’t get a fish giving birth to a monkey, none of those deranged imaginings that Creationists spew.

    If you do not know how Evolution works, then either read Darwin’s Origin of Species or shut the hell up and let the intelligent people do all the talking, alright?

    ‘Macro and micro evolution’ you flat-footed, lowbrow, knuckle-dragging TWIT… There is just evolution, and if you actually knew what the hell you were arguing against, you’d realize just how fucking dumb you sound saying that.

  27. 27 Jasper Friday, October 30, 2009 at 10:06 pm

    “There’s no such bloody thing as ’species jumping’.”

    ah, yes there is, is has to do with virusus though, not evolution per se.

    “Macro and micro evolution’ you flat-footed, lowbrow, knuckle-dragging TWIT… There is just evolution, and if you actually knew what the hell you were arguing against, you’d realize just how fucking dumb you sound saying that.”

    May God Bless you Anti.

  28. 28 Jasper Friday, October 30, 2009 at 10:20 pm

    Even Richard Dawkins believes in an intelligent designer

  29. 29 Shade Friday, October 30, 2009 at 10:29 pm

    Way to pay attention Jasper, he said MIGHT and then referenced a scenario where it could possibly have been done by an advanced civilisation.

    Then said explicitly it would not be a god though as god does not exist. You really need to listen.

  30. 30 Shade Friday, October 30, 2009 at 10:34 pm

    Also come to think of it the only person who said Richard Dawkins believes in intelligent design is the voice over of the interviewer to try and plant the thought into suggestiable heads.

    Where did he say “I believe in intelligent design”?

  31. 31 The Anti-Social Socialist Friday, October 30, 2009 at 11:24 pm

    Richard Dawkins is an Atheist and thus cannot possibly believe in ID. Expelled is a pile of lying shit of a movie with ben Stein as the pus-filled head.

    http://www.expelledexposed.com/

    Go to the website that is dedicated to flunking Ben Stein and all of his inanity. Oh, and they have EVIDENCE – Something Ben Stein cannot provide for anything.

    – – –

    “ah, yes there is, is has to do with virusus though, not evolution per se.”

    Wait wait WAIT JASPER! You said it was EVOLUTION THAT WAS DOING THE SPECIES JUMPING!

    (There’s a difference etween macro and picro evolution. Is there any proof to back marco evolution? (species jumping).)

    There are smarter people than me and WAY smarter than you who can answer far better. Let’s see if I can put in a video…

    – – –

    “May God Bless you Anti.”

    Hey mister Passive Aggressive – that doesn’t make me angry. It just makes me laugh at how pitifully dull you are.

  32. 32 Bleatmop Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 12:22 am

    Jasper – Good ‘ol Stein, and you referencing him using Dawkins words to imply he believes something that he doesn’t. What does the bible say about bearing false witness again?

    Dawkins simply admitted a possibility of an intelligent designer on this planet, and I bet if pressed he would say that it is a remote possibility indeed. It’s called being intellectually honest when dealing in situations where there isn’t absolute evidence, something you apparently , and Stein, know nothing about.

    I’ll give you an example of being intellectually honest.. I believe you are a small minded, sexist, misogynistic, homophobic, little man with anger issues. I have much evidence for these statements by your own words on this very blog. However, I will admit to the possibility that you could be a Poe, that you could be just really, really, reaaaaalllllly bad at communication on the internet, or that you are brain damaged (feel free to add any other possibilities). Like Dawkins, I also feel the likelihood of these alternate possibilities is very remote indeed.

  33. 33 J. A. Baker Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 6:47 am

    Or have you already forgotten, in your meds induced haze, your little, “I’d like to meet you in a dark alleyway” challenge to CTZen?

    I seem to recall that Jasper also threatened Bina with a similar dark alley encounter. Hmmm…

  34. 34 Jasper Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 6:49 am

    Stein doesn’t try to convince the audience that Darwinism is a fraud, or that God created the world, or even that some unidentified intelligent design might have started life on Earth.
    Stein merely shows the intolerance of the universities, the government, the courts, the grant-making foundations and the media, and their determination to suppress any mention of intelligent design.

    Stein also addresses how Darwin’s theories influenced one of the U.S.’s most embarrassing periods, the eugenics fad of the early 20th century. Thousands of Americans were legally sterilized as physically or mentally unfit.

    Mandatory sterilization based on Darwin’s theories was even approved by the U.S. Supreme Court, with Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes writing his famous line, “Three generations of imbeciles are enough.” Stein also reminds us that Margaret Sanger was a eugenicist who wanted to eliminate the races she believed were inferior.

    Anti, notice the parallel between you and that comment above from Oliver Wendell Holmes… The insulting disrespect of persons…

    as recently demonstrated by leftist supreme court Justice Ruth ‘bad-girl’ Ginsberg racist comment:
    “at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”

    Anti,

    Are you a fascist? You’d make the perfect brownshirt.

  35. 35 J. A. Baker Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 7:32 am

    For Jasper:

    Be sure to watch the whole series. (I know Jasper won’t, but the rest of you are welcome to.)

  36. 36 joe agnost Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 7:41 am

    Jasper wrote: “Stein doesn’t try to convince the audience that Darwinism is a fraud, or that God created the world, or even that some unidentified intelligent design might have started life on Earth.”

    Of course not… because that would be impossible!

    The film was meant for one thing and one thing only: Rally the retards.

    Judging by Jaspers comments about it I’d say it did an adequate job too!

  37. 37 The Anti-Social Socialist Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 8:07 am

    “Mandatory sterilization based on Darwin’s theories…”

    You keep trying to demonize Darwin’s theory, because you don’t have any grasp over what Darwin said. Social Darwinism goes AGAINST THE THEORY OF EVOLUTION.

    Darwin discovered Natural Selection; a completely unbiased but efficient and effective means for the strongest to survive. Darwin never even glanced at humans when he wrote his books.
    Social Darwinism on the other hand, is people taking an active part and letting their hate and racism guide their goals, a popular activity in the early 1900s, and the middle 1900s too. Usually perpetrated by people who believed that they were the master race and were the only ones who should inherit…

    Kind of like Christians.

    But I digress. All that Stein is doing is trying to fuel his own mindless beliefs, because Darwin’s theory is completely incompatible with Stein’s God. The fact that Darwin has about 24,000+ exhibits these days that back his theory while Stein has nothing only irritates Stein more, and so it forces the pillock to try and smear Darwin all he can.

    It’s all you folks can do when faced with reality.

    If you want to talk about books and ideas that caused a lot of damage though, I could open up my handy copy of the Bible and we can start talking murder and atrocities.

    – – –

    “Are you a fascist? You’d make the perfect brownshirt.”

    Do you know what the brownshirts were? Do you know what fascism means?

    “Fascism is an extremist political ideology that seeks to combine radical and authoritarian nationalism with a corporatist economic system.

    Fascist governments forbid and suppress openness and opposition to the government and the fascist movement.”

    Let’s see… I’m a Marxist, with some Anarchist thrown into the mix as of late. Authoritarianism, nationalism and corporations are right out. I’m also all for being open about their beliefs. I’m also all for shouting at them if their beliefs are fucking stupid, ill-formed and based on nothing but smoke. Especially if their beliefs go against proven facts.

    Can’t say that I am, Jasper. But you like corporations, don’t you? You also like to force women to obey your laws and no one else’s, and you’ve proven that you will happily go to violence if you don’t get your way.

  38. 38 J. A. Baker Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 9:25 am

    Stein merely shows the intolerance of the universities, the government, the courts, the grant-making foundations and the media, and their determination to suppress any mention of intelligent design.

    In the words of your hero, Joe Wilson, “You lie!” If anything, it is the creationists who are the (occasionally violent) suppressors of dissent.

    Projection – it’s not just for 24-theater multiplexes anymore.

  39. 39 JJ Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 1:37 pm

    Jasper, can you possibly whine any louder? And the lies! 😯 Richard Dawkins believes in an “intelligent designer”??? Good grief 🙄

  40. 40 Cornelius T.Zen Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 1:37 pm

    Good morrow, all!
    I find it most passing strange that strongly religious people have a far more extensive history of intolerance and suppression than slightly less religious people.
    After all, nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!
    But, frivilously, folks…
    After Constantine made Christianity his go-to religion, Christians have displayed far more violent and destructive paranoia than ever seen among Hindus, Muslims, Jews or out and out atheists. Was this was Jesus intended, to make a religion of psychopathological storm troopers? Crusades, Inquisitions, Pogroms, Holocausts, all in the name of The Savior?
    If evolution is indeed nothing more than the Devil’s attempt at deception, then true Christians have nothing to fear. However…
    Those who trust their God, do not fear their God.
    Those who fear their God, do not trust their God.
    Fear and trust are mutually exclusive. Violence is the direct descendant of fear, and with their history of violence, Christians have displayed little if any trust in their God.
    No wonder Jesus wept – CTZen

  41. 41 Jasper Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 6:08 pm

    The best example of religious persecution in America is the Salem witch trials. How many people were killed in those trials? Thousands? Hundreds? Actually, fewer than 25. Yet the event still haunts the liberal imagination.

    It is strange to witness the passion with which some secular figures rail against the misdeeds of the Crusaders and Inquisitors more than 500 years ago. The number sentenced to death by the Spanish Inquisition appears to be about 10,000. Some historians contend that an additional 100,000 died in jail due to malnutrition or illness.

    These figures are tragic, and of course population levels were much lower at the time. But even so, they are minuscule compared with the death tolls produced by the atheist despotisms of the 20th century. In the name of creating their version of a religion-free utopia, Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, and Mao Zedong produced the kind of mass slaughter that no Inquisitor could possibly match. Collectively these atheist tyrants murdered more than 100 million people.

    Whatever the motives for atheist bloodthirstiness, the indisputable fact is that all the religions of the world put together have in 2,000 years not managed to kill as many people as have been killed in the name of atheism in the past few decades.

    It’s time to abandon the mindlessly repeated mantra that religious belief has been the greatest source of human conflict and violence. Atheism, not religion, is the real force behind the mass murders of history.

  42. 42 Bruce Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 7:08 pm

    “It’s time to abandon the mindlessly repeated mantra that religious belief has been the greatest source of human conflict and violence.”

    Oh but it is sweetheart. Nothing says fear and a need to persecute while claiming to be a victim of same more than worshiping a dude nailed to a fucking cross. It’s the perfect cover for souls so weak and useless they have to claim persecution because they don’t have the brains to find their own sense of self-worth.

    No one in the history of conflict has ever justified atrocities without invoking some supernatural bullshit because there really is no other way to justify it. It’s not like Puritans were Atheists, you know.

    I don’t know what revisionist history you follow that makes you feel good about your fucked up opinions and I don’t care, but you’re a fucking mental case nonetheless. You have nothing to offer the world except a delusional state of self-confirmation more suited to a padded cell. You’re a fucking waste of time for people who honestly seek truth and try to help others rather than themselves like you do.

    Should we start waging bets on who gets kicked off this blog first? Me or Jasper?

  43. 43 Shade Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 8:59 pm

    Actually Jasper Adolf Hitler’s religious beliefs or lack of are still very much under debate, as there are many conflicting statements which has been claimed he said. So to insist that Hitler was an Atheist without a doubt is a blatant lie, however what is known was he was born to Catholic parents, raised as a Catholic and continued to pay the church taxes and never harmed the Church in any way.

    Stalin was reputedly a closet athiest for some time, but has also been attributed with the removal of the ban on Churches, releasing clergyman and reopening churches. Even changing his political party’s views to more religious ones. All this happened shortly after he went on a retreat.

    You are however correct on the last name Mao Zedong is a confirmed Athiest.

    You really should do research though, instead of just listing the names everyone tries to use.

    Also it’s funny you mention the Salem Witch trials since all that happened there was Christians burnt Christians. Because anyone who wasn’t would confess and be “re-educated”, where as the Christians would rather die then confess to being in leauge with Satan. Kinda prooves religion really does go too far with their attitudes and beliefs whether you wish to agree or not.

    And you’re ignoring the size differences as well, a cruel person running a country is naturally going to kill more people then a religious nut job town of a small size. Not to mention being a small town, they would know each other well, they’d be friends and family and have emotional attachments and they still burnt each other at the stake.

    As you also said the populations were smaller back then so they could only do so much. If the populations had been larger so would have been the casulties of the events.

  44. 44 Bleatmop Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 10:25 pm

    You get some interesting results when you google Jasper’s posts

    A google of:

    “Whatever the motives for atheist bloodthirstiness, the indisputable fact is that all the religions of the world put together have in 2,000 years not managed to kill as many people as have been killed in the name of atheism in the past few decades.”

    comes up with:

    http://atheisticviolence.wordpress.com/2007/12/04/atheism-not-religion-is-the-force-behind-the-mass-murders-of-history/

    I wonder how many of his other posts were direct copy and pastes from other sites. For the record, his entire post if from that same page.

  45. 45 Jasper Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 10:29 pm

    “No one in the history of conflict has ever justified atrocities without invoking some supernatural bullshit because there really is no other way to justify it.”

    No, thats not true Bruce.

    “Actually Jasper Adolf Hitler’s religious beliefs or lack of are still very much under debate, as there are many conflicting statements which has been claimed he said.”

    No, it’s not under debate.
    “Christianity has reached the peak of absurdity, And that’s why someday its structure will collapse..the only way to get rid of Christianity is to allow it to die little by little….”, Adolf Hitler

    ..you can add Pol Pot and Kim Jung Il to that list of Atheistic despots as well.

  46. 46 Bleatmop Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 10:30 pm

    Another page that might look familiar to Jasper

    http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=26369

  47. 47 Shade Saturday, October 31, 2009 at 11:40 pm

    That’s funny Jasper because Adolf Hitler also said:
    “I am now as before a Catholic and will always remain so.”

    As I said before he’s been attributed with many conflicting statements. Do your reasearch.

  48. 48 hemmingforddogblog Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 1:12 am

    “Stein merely shows the intolerance of the universities, the government, the courts, the grant-making foundations and the media, and their determination to suppress any mention of intelligent design.”

    Cut and paste much Jasper? Taken word for word from a article by Crazy Phyliss Schlafly at Clownhall.

    In some circles this is called “plagiarizing” if you don’t attribute it.

  49. 49 Bruce Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 1:21 am

    You’re quoting Hitler to prove your point? You stupid stunned fuck. The Nazi party exploited every religious trick in the book to support their cause. Why do you think everybody still believes Christ is a blond haired blue eyed cutie? If that image was for real, I’d be the first in line to get it on with him.

    Don’t ever accuse a faggot like me of not doing his research, it’s because of shits like you that I know Exactly where I stand, and I know that from where I stand, you are an insult to all the things that you hold dear. I think the technical term is Parasite.

  50. 50 Jasper Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 5:25 am

    “Cut and paste much Jasper? Taken word for word from a article by Crazy Phyliss Schlafly at Clownhall.”

    Yes, you’re correct, I should have put it in quotes…

  51. 51 joe agnost Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 6:27 am

    Jasper wrote: “Yes, you’re correct, I should have put it in quotes…”

    Yeah… or you could think for yourself and come up with something original…. naw – that’s likely way out of you league, just carry on mindlessly copying and pasting from the retards you look up to. Forget I said anything.

  52. 52 hemmingforddogblog Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 6:31 am

    I’m sure it just slipped your mind. Hhahahahahahahahah…right…

  53. 53 Cornelius T.Zen Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 9:04 am

    Good morrow, all!
    Jasper’s arguments, that atheism has cost more lives and done more damage than misguided religious fervor, remind me of a two-year-old’s bladder at bedtime. They don’t hold water.
    Jasper has argued in the past that religious charities have done much good and extended much kindness, and that counters the atrocities committed in His name. Is that what Jesus had in mind when he said that the right hand should not know what the left hand is doing?
    Whenever lives are taken or damage is done in the name of Jesus, it befouls His message and betrays His spirit.
    The original topic related to the practice of assassinating doctors who provide abortion services. Jasper, since you are big on quoting, even without attribution, to support your claims, show me where Jesus said, “Thou shalt commit murder.” Please. Show me. Show all of us. Show us, please, where Jesus advocates anger, or hatred, or violence, or bloodshed. Anything. A similie, a metaphor, an allegory, anything.
    Vengeance is mine, saith the Lord. If you do not trust your God, you do not love your God. – CTZen

  54. 54 JJ Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 9:20 am

    Jasper, cut and pasting is spamming 👿

    My trigger finger is twitching. It’s time to take the vote, people: ban or not?

  55. 55 hemmingforddogblog Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 9:30 am

    Bye, bye Jasper…

  56. 57 RealityBites Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 9:47 am

    keep him

  57. 58 Bruce Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 9:47 am

    Yea, let him stay

  58. 59 JJ Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 9:49 am

    RB & Bruce 😯 Are you serious?? I thought you hated the little freak.

  59. 60 JJ Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 10:06 am

    OK, I’m going out for a run. Keep voting, I’ll be back in an hour or so.

    So far: 2 for expulsion, 2 for retention. Jasper’s future here hangs in the balance.

  60. 61 Bleatmop Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 10:19 am

    I vote for strike 2. Next infraction = ban.

  61. 62 Cornelius T.Zen Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 11:13 am

    Good morrow, all!
    “The quality of mercy is not strained…” William Shakespeare
    “I say unto you, you must forgive your brother seventy times seven times…” Jesus Christ
    Put Jasper on final written warning. If, during the latest blog entry comment thread, he offends enough people, then ban him. He is entitled to his opinion, and we are entitled to shoot great, gaping holes in his arguments.
    I am not offended by him, but rather amused. He illustrates the intellectual paucity of the neoconservative philosophy. He tells us that neoconservatives care about people, yet he says that destruction of other peoples’ lives and property, as in war, is justified, by whatever he does not specify. He cannot spell, does not attribute quotations, and waves his hands about as if all arguments he presents are self-evident. He’s fun to satirize, to mangle, to mock and ridicule. Thus, he provides entertainment, like the geek biting off bats’ heads in the freak show. He is the National Enquirer of blog commenters. In a world replete with nourishing intellectual stimulation, he is pork rinds and cotton candy. To paraphrase Oscar Wilde, about George Bernard Shaw, “An excellent man. He has no enemies, and none of his friends like him.”
    Nice thing about burning such people in effigy. You can do that more than once, and whenever you feel like it.
    Thus ends my filibuster – CTZen

  62. 63 JJ Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 12:08 pm

    CTZen – 😆 A heartfelt plea for mercy, indeed 😉

    I put it up to a vote instead of making a unilateral decision because a number of commenters here seem to enjoy sparring with the little nimrod, and eviscerate his regurgitations quite eloquently in the process. In that way, his comments serve a purpose.

    So okay — thus far we’ve got 2 for retroactive abortion, and 4 pro-(Jasper’s) commenting life.

  63. 64 Shade Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 1:01 pm

    As much as I don’t like him or his oppinions. He does have a right to say them even if they are just basically word from word someone elses unresearched oppinion.

    Sides I’m sure if you banned him you’d get some right wings showing up complaining about the left silencing opposition.

    So in short may as well keep him.

  64. 65 Janus Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 1:01 pm

    Ah, I’m late to the party, but I’ll add my vote with CTZen, Bleatmop (hey! good catch!), Bruce (love the mental image of “Jumping Jesus!” hehehehehehehe…), and RB.

    Let him stay. I can use the target practise. 😉

  65. 66 Rob F Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 2:15 pm

    So long as he does not libel someone, threaten to kill someone, or (continue to) violate someone’s copyrights, I think Jasper should stay. I support Fred Phelp’s right to express an opinion, so of course I am going to support Jasper’s right to do the same thing.

  66. 67 JJ Sunday, November 1, 2009 at 5:20 pm

    Okay, 2 for the ban-hammer, 7 against.

    Watch Jasper never show up here again, of his own choice. Ha!

  67. 68 burpster Monday, November 2, 2009 at 8:49 am

    Vote in any religious or abortion poll on Facebook and prepare to be amazed. The “Teenager Christian Mafia” on Facebook make Jasper look pretty tame.


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