December 14, 2008

Christian Mob Protest Atheist Sign

Around 500 christian protesters turned up at at the capitol steps in Washington last Sunday to protest against the holiday sign erected by Wisconsin's Freedom From Religion Foundation in which religion was described as "myth and superstition".

Rev. Kenneth Hutcherson, the pastor of Antioch Bible Church in Redmond must surely be awarded with the most hypocritical quote of the day award when he said "just because you must represent everyone in the state doesn't mean that you put up with intolerance from the people that you represent".

Now here is a little quiz for you. I want you to identify which of the following two positions best describes "intolerance".
1 - You can have your signs and we can have ours, or.
2 - only signs which support my position should be displayed in a building funded by all tax payers and all minorities should be prevented from having signs.

Rev. Ken apparently wasn't the only imbecile present at the rally. State Rep. Jim Dunn, a Vancouver Republican come a close second with his quote; "It is time to chase out of the house of God all the unbelievers and evildoers". And which "house of god" would that be jimmy boy? The capitol building? Read the constitution, dick head.


  1. Hahaha, I had the exact same thought when I read this quote, such hypocrisy, I can only laugh.

    On the upside it looks as though no more displays will be permitted and the policy will be reviewed. Hopefully resulting in the sensible and constitutional conclusion that religion should be left out of government and celebrated freely at church or at home.

  2. Both gods and lynch mobs are the inventions of man. You can enlighten the ignorant but you can't fix stupid.

  3. Christians SO hate truth. lol They are terrified of it.

  4. how silly... on a funny note, check this angry dude out :p