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VIDEO: Gasp! "Christian Sex Tape"

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If you're a regular reader, then you're well-acquainted with one of our favorite guest bloggers, author K.C. Boyd. You might have even read every single one of her Weekly Upchuck posts. She's chock full o' information about great upchuckable stuff, and she compiles it for us in one convenient, handy dandy, whatever-happened-to-separation-of-church-and-state post after another.

Oh, the hypocrisy of the Christian right...

Now she brings us a shocking sex tape you can't see anywhere else!

Yes, it's true, another hypocritical Christian Right preacher has fallen from the path. Like Jimmy Swaggart, Ted Haggard and scores of others before him, Christian Hilcox has given in to temptations of the flesh.

You can read about his implosion in Being Christian: A Novel. Or you can watch it below, in this demented video, where his truth is revealed. Dun-dun-dun-n!

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VIDEO: Pat Robertson wishes Facebook had a "Vomit" button for pictures of gay couples

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Pat Robertson makes me wish I had a "Vomit" button for this and every other video of his despicable upchuckitude that we've ever posted here. Unfortunately, as he spewed below, "they don't give you that option."

However, we do have the option to respond.

RWW Blog (RightWingWatch) provided the above video of Pat Bigotson explaining to his devotees why Christians shouldn’t “Like” (as in, the Facebook "Like" option) images of loving same-sex couples expressing their mutual affection for each other.

He'd prefer a "Vomit" icon instead.

Clearly, he fervently believes in rehashed familiar, heartfelt messages like "love thy neighbor," "do unto others," and all that other Golden Rule-y, compassionate, welcoming Bible advice that he swearstogod he lives by... religiously.

Maybe he should consider pulling an Oprah and lavishing his flock with generous quantities of Compazine.

Pat Robertson:

What you’re saying is, “Yes, I like this kind of thing.” You’ve got a couple of same-sex guys kissing. You “Like” that. Well, that makes me want to throw up. To me, I would punch “Vomit,” not “Like”… They don’t give you that option on Facebook.

No, but after hearing what Robertson had to say, we gladly give you that option here at TPC:

nauseous woman

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Video- Fox Falsely Claims Obama Administration Leading "Christian Cleansing" Of Military

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Can't type well enough to really go after this bull. Expect some serious rants when I become two fisted again. Via.

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Evangelical leaders agree with President Obama, say U.S. is not a Christian nation

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Via Sodahead

You know how Christian conservatives have been all over President Obama for saying this back in 2006?

“Whatever we once were, we are no longer a Christian nation – at least, not just. We are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, a Buddhist nation, and a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers.”

Yes, they were all frothy and pitchforky because the president "threatened" their idea of the United States of Christians by acknowledging our diversity. Or as I like to call it, the truth.

You know who else calls it the truth? Evangelical Christian leaders.

Heads exploding in 5...4...3...2...

Via the L.A. Times:

In a statement issued Tuesday, the National Assn. of Evangelicals said that when it surveyed selected evangelical leaders about whether the United States was a Christian nation, 68% said no.

Much of the world refers to America as a Christian nation, but most of our Christian leaders don’t think so,” said Leith Anderson, the association’s president. “The Bible only uses the word ‘Christian’ to describe people and not countries. Even those who say America is a Christian nation admit that there are lots of non-Christians and even anti-Christian beliefs and behaviors.”

The association said that some respondents to its June survey said, in essence, that “perhaps the United States was a Christian nation, but it is no longer.” Others rejected the idea of that a nation can be “Christian” altogether.

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Animated VIDEO: If Newt Gingrich is nominated, "it would be electoral suicide for the Republicans."

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Via Next Media Animation:

"If the evangelicals nominate Gingrich, it would be electoral suicide for the Republicans."

And wouldn't that be a crying shame? Tsk tsk.

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Rick Santorum's terrible, horrible, no good, very bad English, but Christian conservative leaders back him anyway

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I have a pet peeve. When I see public figures (Okay, and not so public figures. Okay, and sometimes even friends.) use egregiously bad grammar or mispronunciate (yes, that was intentional) or invent words, like "misunderestimate" or "pundints" or "nu-kew-lar", it drives me a little nuts.

I can't help it, it's been ingrained in me since I was a kid. I had an excellent education, and for that I owe my teachers a huge debt of gratitude. And while I am, admittedly, critical, I make plenty of mistakes, too, and often use twisted grammar or invented words as a writing device.

But I expect more from certain people, especially leaders who hold themselves up as role models or stress their own superiority and that of those who are just like they are over Americans who they imply are "less than."

So anyway, there I was, minding my own business, reading a couple of CNN articles about how Christian conservative leaders voted to support Rick Santorum and how Rick Santorum's latest pitch was to warn voters that President Obama would "destroy" Willard Romney in November. I got to the end of the second piece and the following jumped out at me:

[Santorum] plans to make Romney his main target.

"I think there are difference between me and Gingrich but frankly there are bigger differences between Romney and I than Newt and I," he said.

"Between me and Gingrich"? "Between Romney and I... Newt and I"?

Well, this may explain one thing: Why Santorum attacked the president for suggesting that American kids going to college was a good thing... although you'd think after earning three degrees of his own, he would have learned to speak English properly. Especially if he thinks it should be the official language of the United States.

And by "English" he means lousy English. You know, like the kind Rick Perry uses.

Keep 'em uninformed and uneducated, right Ricky? That's the only way the GOP can win... other than through enormous undisclosed corporate donations, fixing voting machines, and voter suppression, I mean.

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Video- God speaks to Rick Joyner & Jim Bakker through thunder

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Jim Bakker? JIM FREAKING BAKKER is still shilling? Man, it takes strong stomachs to watch this slime, so kudos to Right Wing Watch.

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