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Actor Stephen Baldwin: Gay Marriage Not Acceptable


Blog Subarazzi reports that born-again Christian and Celebrity Apprentice contestant Stephen Baldwin called in to the Howard Stern show last week to let Howard know that he is a "full-blown, super-duper" fan of Mike Huckabee and that he agrees with Huckabee's take on the bible and same-sex marriage, and that he'd ban it if he were president:

"I don’t believe that gay marriage is in line with God’s Word, which is found in the Bible. So, what I think doesn’t matter; what I believe is what’s in the Bible and the Bible says that gay marriage is not acceptable."

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  1. I'm a student of the Bible, and I can't find that passage. We gotta quit giving these guys press for saying stupid things. Can't we find stories of intelligent, compassionate quotes to publicize?

    Posted by: birdoparadise | Jan 7, 2008 3:52:03 PM

  2. I'd love to know which version of the bible actually says gay marriage is not acceptable - umm, same-sex marriage is a contemporary concept. Also, born again christian types are just twats when it comes to sexuality, but him and Huckabee could make some prettier babies than the ones Huck spawned already.

    Posted by: SeanR | Jan 7, 2008 3:52:55 PM

  3. And who was in that 1990s movie about three college students?

    Oh, that's right! Stephen ... in THREESOME! Having a THREESOME w/ a guy and a girl.


    Posted by: Allen | Jan 7, 2008 3:55:25 PM

  4. Mike Huckabee and this guy are such douchebags. The Republicans don't have a chance if they choose Tax Hike Mike as their candidate. Not only does he want to control your social life but also how you spend your money unless you're rich of course. Why can't these people understand that we live in a secular republic and that it is unconstitutional to shove your religion down someone else's throat with the force of law?

    Posted by: Jason Young | Jan 7, 2008 3:56:46 PM

  5. I know for a fact that Stephen Baldwin was involved in some VERY sleazy going-on's before he "found God." It seems like he needed to get it out of his system and then, when he was all done having fun, he could preach about sin. I can't reveal what Stephen did, but I'm hoping other people who post on here will reveal them.

    Posted by: Hollywood Dave | Jan 7, 2008 4:00:00 PM

  6. I hope every time this fool thinks about his role in "Threesome," he's in tortured anguish.

    Now, if only Stephen could get God to wipe "Bio-Dome" from existence.

    Posted by: Robbie | Jan 7, 2008 4:00:03 PM

  7. Once the ass started sagging and the direct-to-video soft core porn offers dried up, Steven found Jesus. How touching.

    Posted by: sam | Jan 7, 2008 4:00:18 PM

  8. Well, he's right about one thing for sure: what he thinks doesn't matter. Now if only all of these celeb blogs and other media outlets would ignore him.

    Posted by: Frank L | Jan 7, 2008 4:00:23 PM

  9. Great idea, BirdOfParadise. Here's one of my favorites, Gregory Peck at the 1997 GLAAD Awards:

    "It just seems silly to me that something so right and simple has to be fought for at all."

    anyone else got some?

    Posted by: Streller | Jan 7, 2008 4:00:54 PM

  10. I would love to know Howard Stern's response, since he has been very outspoken in his support of gay marriage.

    Also, who cares what the Bible says?

    Posted by: JX | Jan 7, 2008 4:06:06 PM

  11. Doesn't he a have a tranny brother...?

    Posted by: Pugzz | Jan 7, 2008 4:09:50 PM

  12. that's arquette.....when one considers the divorce rate, apart from visitations to pole dancing that doesn't involve that mary -- unless you're doing a soft-shoe under the stall.

    The Dog in the Manger is a fable attributed to Aesop, concerning a dog who one afternoon lay down to sleep in the manger. On being awoken, he ferociously kept the cattle in the farm from eating the hay on which he chose to sleep, even though he was unable to eat it himself, leading an ox to mutter the moral of the fable:

    People often begrudge others what they cannot enjoy themselves.

    The phrase is proverbial, referring to people who prevent others from having something that they themselves have no use for. A typical example is the child who discards a toy — until a sibling tries to play with it. Then the first child becomes possessive about something they no longer wanted.
    and so the divorce rate is/was primarily a silent issue like so many other silences. see note about the graying of AIDS.

    Posted by: ricardo | Jan 7, 2008 4:15:08 PM

  13. Stephen Baldwin can go FUCK that picture makes him TOO good looking 2) He's not that good of an actor 3) and obviosuly he's had his "Hollywood" fun,before he FOUND Jesus...lets get the backround on this guy.

    Posted by: Disgusted American | Jan 7, 2008 4:15:25 PM

  14. Stephen Baldwin went batshit crazy about 10 years ago. No one in Hollywood pays any attention to the guy.

    Posted by: peterparker | Jan 7, 2008 4:24:39 PM

  15. um, the bible also says not to wear clothing made from two different threads... along with a host of other doctrines which i am sure mr baldwin doesn't ascribe to. yet another faux-christian spouting off on matters he knows nothing of.


    Posted by: kostar | Jan 7, 2008 4:25:26 PM

  16. In 2008, how any sensible person with the IQ of a handball could believe anything in the Bible just says it all.
    Love him or hate him, I don't remember Ronal Reagan ever ramming his faith down the people's throat during his 8 years in the White House. Maybe I'm naïve, and this is a colloquial question, but when and why did voodoo religious idolatry become so prevalent in politics?
    It's absurd...I would cry laughing at the hilarity of it all if I weren't so frightened of what this country has become in the past 20 years!
    And, Stephen Baldwin? The retarded Baldwin brother? Who cares?

    Posted by: jeffreychrist | Jan 7, 2008 4:27:01 PM

  17. The Bible says that gays can go to hell and so do I, because that was what Jesus would have wanted. Trust me, I know. It says so right here in the ghud bhuke.

    Posted by: FASTLAD | Jan 7, 2008 4:28:06 PM

  18. Exactly what verse in the bible does it state this objection pertaining to gay marriage?

    Posted by: OneManComotion | Jan 7, 2008 4:29:44 PM

  19. what an idiot. I wonder if his ENTIRE life is lived by the bible now- does he eat shellfish? does he kill his neighbors who aren't properly observing the sabbath?

    Posted by: Frank | Jan 7, 2008 4:38:24 PM

  20. This guys 15 minutes were up what... 15 years ago?

    Considering that much of his success is due to his former good looks, nice body and gay fans appreciating them - he's got alot of nerve making up quotes from some fable in order to diss gay people or deny them equal rights.

    Posted by: Wade | Jan 7, 2008 4:39:55 PM

  21. Doesn't the bible also prohibit bad acting?

    Posted by: homer | Jan 7, 2008 4:49:05 PM

  22. Doesn't the bible also prohibit bad acting?

    Posted by: homer | Jan 7, 2008 4:50:02 PM

  23. Fuck him!

    Posted by: jake | Jan 7, 2008 4:50:39 PM

  24. Stephen Baldwin is to relevance what Mike Huckabee is to common sense.

    Posted by: Jake | Jan 7, 2008 4:57:51 PM

  25. I guess when you're relegated to appearing on a reality show where the other "celebrities" include the motivational speaker from the awful "The Swan," you'll say anything for press.

    We're the only ones who would acknowledge if he were to say anything anyway.

    Posted by: Dan B | Jan 7, 2008 5:01:09 PM

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