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  1. robertL says

    OK lets point a finger and interpret “Gods” plan. Colorado’s problems are caused by you Kevin being raised on the mission field in Japan. I suggest you leave the state and give the dear people a break. See Kevin anyone can do it.

  2. Mmike1969 says

    And this twit is an expert on gay sex, smoking pot and abortions because???

    Yeah, I think your bible mentions something about false prophets and some crap like that.

  3. Geoff says

    What a hot mess of stupidity, fear and hate. It’s a wonder he can step outside to retrieve the newspaper off the porch…much less read it and comprehend anything therein.

  4. Gregor says

    In A.D. 526, an earthquake hit the Middle Eastern city of Antioch, killing an estimated 250,000-300,000 people. At the time, Antioch was part of the Byzantine Empire, whose official religion was Christianity. There was no marijuana, few women’s reproductive rights, and I doubt homosexuality was approved of. What was God punishing the Byzantines for? Inquiring minds want to know.

  5. PLAINTOM says

    If anyone made this statement and attributed the weather conditions to some other supernatural entity, they would either be laughed out of the room or sent for psychiatric testing. When will humanity grow up and give up these irrational beliefs ?

  6. tbd says

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  7. pdxblueyes says

    Chances are, there’s a picture of him with a cock in his mouth or up his ass floating around on the internet. Remember, coach taught us that the best defense is a good offense…

  8. thom says

    I think it is prudent to accept the fact that this man preaches to the choir for the most part. Rational minds simply do not accept what he spews…only minds that have been twisted skewed by “religion”…There is nothing wrong with being a person of faith. There is nothing wrong with being a “believer”. That is personal…when a troll like this spews stupidity such as this, he just nails his own coffin shut. He is delusional as all zealots are. Please don’t give him any more of a forum than he has already gotten.

  9. says

    “Pastor states that God didn’t care even a little bit about the Holocaust, centuries of slavery, years of racial segregation, violence, war, famine, and the systematic slaughter of innocents. Just gays”

    k, thanks. your God sounds like an inbred hillbilly.

  10. William says

    Soooo…because Colorado has all these perceived “problems”, God punishes the innocent?

    No. Just no. Keep your wrong, hurtful opinion to yourself next time. Christianity has enough problems, we don’t need you adding to them with these ignorant comments.

  11. Bernie says

    I’m not quite sure what Mr. Swanson means by “homosexual acts” on the front page of the Denver Post, but then again he gives us a lot of power….so much power we control the weather………

  12. Geoff says

    There is a brain-fap and there is the supersonic brain-fap. Let’s just say that all my windows blew out, the birds within a 60 mile radius are now bald…and the sun flickered. Mercy, Mr. Kevin!!!

  13. johnny says

    Can’t imagine what caused the massive earthquake of 1811… most the land was occupied by native americans and pioneers.

    They must have been mingling too much.

  14. UGH says

    It’s bigger than that, KEV, I’m not at all disagreeing with you…

    But look at so many of the gay blog articles on people and organizations that are truly insignificant, that none of us would have heard of otherwise.

    None of my straight friends have heard of any of these organizations. I have some very conservative and even fundamentalist clients that haven’t heard of these people and organizations.

    It seems like a huge waste of energy and effort sometimes to me. Don’t we have enough real issues and real potential opportunities to work on ?

    The media, it’s really nobody’s friend.

  15. Paul says

    Actually the fault does not lie with the gay community, but rather specifically with his church. You see – they are in disfavor with god. They are not praying fervently enough, or often enough, or at the right frequency. Until such time as they get it right – we are going to go along enjoying our lives and fighting for our rights, and since we are all children of god – there isn’t a damn thing they can do about it. Bite my backside Pastor Kevin!

  16. Bill says

    @Ugh: the media is a weird-event amplifier. “Dog bites man” is generally not news. “Man bites dog” is. And with the Internet and web services making it possible for random individuals and small organizations to pass themselves off as news media, the threshold for “too weird to print” has become more or less meaningless.

    A few decades ago, according to http://www.millvalleylibrary.net/historyroom/collections/archive/files/mvhs2000spring-reduce_75193c96a6.pdf , NBC put out a documentary called “I Want it All Now” that passed Marin County off as the “wanton home of psychobabble, hot tubs, and peacock feather messages.” In reality, they went around beating the bushes to find the 10 or 20 craziest people in the county and passed them off as being typical of the rest. Even funnier, the peacock feather scene was apparently filmed in San Francisco, which is its own county.

    That hit piece, a classic of biased reporting, more or less set today’s standard. It got to the point where “hot tubs and peacock feathers” became an idiom.

  17. TG says

    Gee! I wish I had known I had that kind of power sooner. I know of a few ‘christian’ asses (or maybe that should be assholes) I could have dropped a house or two on.

  18. TonyJazz says

    We all know that God is angry with Colorado for the vote removing the two legislators because of our obsession with owning weaponry…..

    She is very angry for good reason….

  19. UGH says

    Bill – good example. There seems to be some sort of weird need though that supports the kind of media prevalent today though. What were cheap hit pieces back then are now the journalistic standard.

    In the process you can see from the commentators on all these fake stories that people have been profoundly dumbed-down, and increasingly less articulate and less capable of being positive.

    It’s creepy. It isn’t reality. One thing I’ve noticed it accomplishes is making people less capable of interacting with new people, and more into their narrow cliques.

    Which is great if you like living your life in a very tiny conceptual box that looks more and more like a prison cell…

  20. Bill says

    @Burt: the problem is the Geleseans – the critters on the newly discovered planet Gilese 581 e. They’ve been getting a bit uppity and need God’s personal supervision, which is why he hasn’t been doing any miracles on earth for the last couple of thousand years. God’s had to make do with (a) seeing the future and (b) firing off smites while allowing for smite propagation time coupled with the difficulty of hitting a specific spot on a moving, rotating target.

    Let’s see you pull that off from over 20 light years away! It’s a minor miracle just to get the smite to land on the right planet.

    And if you think we’re bad, you should see what is going on on Gilese 581 e! Those critters make the Folsom Street Fair look like a church social in comparison. It’s not just alien perverse sex, it is out of this world perverse sex!

  21. Mary says

    Only one question. If gays are responsible for everything bad that happens in the world, does this mean I can blame them for the mold in my basement? Been having this darn problem for years and was always wondering who really caused it.

    ….(sarcasm, folks!)

  22. John says

    Actually God sent the floods as punishment for recalling politicians who supported gun control laws despite multiple mass shootings that have occurred in Colorado. Duh.

  23. Bill says

    Why don’t we remind the good pastor about the fact that Colorado just recalled two people who were trying to make life safer, and try to keep less babies from being killed, because they voted for tougher gun laws. Amazing how fast the floods hit after THAT episode. Look at it this way, Rev., your lord cried a lot of tears after your friendly right-wing nutcases defended their right to kill. Where was your preaching of “Thou shalt not…..?

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