“The Bible is only as good and decent as the person reading it.” – Dan Savage
Just in time for the holidays, a Baptist Preacher has finally “discovered the cure for AIDS.” According to Pastor Steven Anderson of Tempe, AZ, all we have to do to finally be rid of this horrible immunodeficiency disorder that has destroyed the lives of so many and have an “AIDS-free world by Christmas” is read the Old Testament and then engage in a Hitler-esque, month-long, global campaign of genocide!
“It was right there in the Bible all along — and they’re out spending billions of dollars in research and testing.” said Anderson.” It’s curable — right there. Because if you executed the homos like God recommends, you wouldn’t have all this AIDS running rampant.”
Wow. Way to make your religion even more irrelevant, Steve. I guess since that crusty old fuck Fred Phelps finally died, there’s room at the top of the Christian bigot food chain.
Methinks Thou Dost Protest Too Much
If this oxygen thief really wants to execute people, he should definitely start with himself. Then again, maybe I’m being too harsh. As we’ve seen time and time again with people like Pastor Anderson, I’d say there’s about a 100% chance that this dude is actually a closeted homosexual himself and this is just his way of lashing out against those feelings and desires he’s had to repress his entire life because they conflicted with his twisted, bigoted, Angry-Desert-God belief-structure and his childhood religious indoctrination. Poor little guy.
If the next news story you hear about Pastor Anderson involves him blowing a male prostitute in an alley behind his church, don’t be surprised. I certainly won’t.
Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and God Bless!
Author: Nick Allison is just a banged-up Army Infantry vet of the War in Iraq. He lives in Austin, TX with his wife, their children and two big, dumb, ugly mongrel dogs. Don’t take anything he says too seriously… he’s just trying to figure out this ride we call existence like everyone else. Also, he enjoys writing his own bio in third-person because it probably makes him feel more important.
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