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  1. Timothy Kincaid
    June 2, 2008

    He’ll be “a homosexual”? What’s Hagee relying on there other than his own personal biases?

    It reminds me of Anne LaMott’s famous quote:

    “You can safely assume that you’ve created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do.”

  2. Ben in Oakland
    June 2, 2008

    Timothy, Timothy….

    Even now, I am planning the end of the world, being both Jew a fag, and thus particularly capable of it. I just don’t know how I am going to slaughter 1/3 of the world’s population before brunch on Sunday, yet keep my plans for all the cute boys remaining secret from My Satanic Husband. You know how they get.


    What i don’t understand is, what is Holy Joe doing there. Is he that desparate for friends?

  3. Richard Rush
    June 2, 2008

    One of the amazing things about Hagee is his delivery. He could be a poster boy for Pompous Windbag. Although Rush Limbaugh is tough competition.

    Regarding Fred Phelp’s clan: I have long thought that the main difference between them and the more mainstream Fundamentalists is mainly one of style and political naivete. If they actually achieved their goals for gay people (whatever they are), I’m not sure the results would look much different than the goals of Robert Knight, Matt Barber, or Peter LaBarbera.

  4. Emily K
    June 2, 2008

    I actually read about this earlier this evening. Jews On First has also been covering Hagee’s hateful rhetoric and has been critical of him and his organization CUFI from the beginning. None of it surprises me. When you’re demonized as god-killers for so long that it gets to the point where a government can haul you off to death camps without ordinary citizens caring what happens to you (after all, you are the “children of the devil” – John 8:44), seeing stuff like this really doesn’t surprise you.

  5. John
    June 3, 2008

    Considering that both Sts. John & Paul in their epistles describe the Antichrist as being a great deceiver, it would make far more sense for him to come in the guise of a seemingly pious Christian “pro-family” advocate rather than a homosexual or a Jew. Such would enable him to truly deceive the world and lead the faithful astray more easily. How many such figures, or little antichrists as seen in the Apocalypse of John, has history seen where evil is cloaked in the guise of righteousness? Perhaps Mr. Hagee et al should keep that in mind instead of pointing fingers at others.

  6. Joel
    June 3, 2008

    They dont care about that John… i bet hes just trying to make a point of how ‘far from THE god’ jews and homosexuals are.

    Theres a 4 part series in veoh.com about Jesus Camp that rings in line with this clip.

  7. John
    June 3, 2008

    Oh I know, Joel, I just think we should remind them of this point whenever they make this kind of charge. It leaves a bit of food for thought for some.

  8. Ephilei
    June 3, 2008

    If there’s an anti-Christ, I have little doubt they’ll be a conservative Christian. Maybe even a sweet, little old widow. Who’d ever suspect?!

  9. Johno
    June 4, 2008

    Wasn’t Jesus a Jew who hung out in the desert wearing a robe, trailed everywhere he went by a bunch of his closest male friends?
    Leave it to these anti-gay freaks to turn His followers into a bunch of temple-dwellers, scamming the poor out of cash with fear and using a close description of their own lord for the anti-Christ.

    God is already punishing Oklahoma for Sally Kern. What do you think She’ll do to Hagee?

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