1. James in Hollywood says

    Yikes…the bottom graphic is breathtaking in its ugliness. Hey FRC, why don’t you throw in some more fonts and type sizes while you’re at it? Zooks…

  2. Derrick from Philly says

    Ha, ha, ha! I haven’t been on my knees in years, but there’s always hope. Well, I’ve been there for the Lord, but not a man…HA!

  3. Caliban says

    Hmmm. Based on my observation of the FRC’s male leaders, “on their knees” is exactly where they want to be and therein lies the problem. They can’t accept that so they have to police those desires by ranting about homosexuality in others….

  4. says

    And I thought Rick’s rants about beards in the Sims thread would be the most hilarious thing I read all day.

    Isn’t mixing fonts like that forbidden in Leviticus? Sinners! I’m guessing it’s not HISface some of those closeted wingnuts are seeking when they’re on their knees.

  5. Neil says

    I think it’s a stretch to say that this is “suggestive”, unless “Beavis and Butthead” are your comedy idols. Can’t we be adults when dealing with our adversaries?

  6. Richard says

    This is the same group of people who started calling themselves “Teabaggers” until somebody clued them in and they re-branded as “Tea Party”. Go figure.

  7. Sister Constance Craving, SF Order of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence says

    As I always say in my ministry:

    Remember dear children, Sunday is coming: Please spend lots of time on your knees worship the god or gods you adore!

  8. will says

    This is not really “suggestive”. And nobody gets down on their knees for oral anymore if they ever did.

    But the real message here is ugly. There are many ways to structure our lives. Kneeling and bowing and repenting and asking a Super-Being to be healed is an ugly way to live this one and only life. There is a psychological madness, an illness, in choosing to live your life this way.

  9. Caliban says

    Slightly off-topic, but this is one of the things that has always confused me about the Judeo/Christian god. Here’s this “creator,” an all-powerful being who can pull the universe, in fact all reality, out of nothing. OK. But unless His creations spend all their time on their knees bowing and scraping and telling Him just how fabulous He is He’s going to smite them and send them off to eternal damnation, getting poked with pitchforks while sizzling in molten lava? A bit needy and co-dependent for an all-powerful being, isn’t it?

    It really doesn’t make a whole lot of sense.

  10. Jakrabt says

    I don’t think it juvenile to poke fun at this Hate Group who have said many terrible things (beastiality, pedophilia) about our bedroom habits. Have you never heard Brian Fisher or Tim Wildmon on the radio? It’s funny in a ‘Freudian’ sort of way =)

  11. anon says

    Just in time for their annual trek to Dory Alley.

    One weird thing about the Bible is that the flood, in which G*d destroyed all mankind for his sins, was before the revelation of Abraham. That is, before anyone knew about the true faith! Very odd, that.

  12. Acronym Jim says

    If it weren’t for the ugliness of the design, I’d be tempted to think their graphic designer is a gay saboteur.

    The next slogan: “Make his glory whole.”

  13. johnny says

    @will… nobody gets on their knees anymore for oral?

    What part of Martha Stewart’s lace-filled world are you living in?

    That’s one of my favorite positions in the entire pantheon of gay sex. At least for starters. I mean, after some necking, of course. :-)

  14. Narducci says

    I agree with Neil and others: this is not really super suggestive. Have you ever considered that maybe they are baiting us? Now they can point at us to their constituents, Look what perverts they are, they see filthy sex in everything! Seriously Andy, take this down? It’s embarrassing.

  15. Lymis says

    The Bible says quite clearly that God does not listen to showy prayers said in public. If these people took the Bible seriously, they’d never do something like this.

    They fail by their own rules.

    And, clearly, in their choice of graphic designers. Someone’s getting a big laugh at their expense.

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