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Jim Burroway

January 25th, 2012

Box turtles, ducks, house plants, robots — and horses:

And of course, (Seattle-area pastor Ken) Hutcherson goes there: “If this law is passed, what is going to happen? Now ask your guests in the studio. Do they believe that if they change the definition of marriage being between one man and one woman, what is going to stop two men one woman, two women one man, one man against a horse, one man with a boy, one man with anything?

Horses, huh? The problem with Hutcherson (aside from the the obvious batshittery-craziness) is that he’s not very original.

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David Roberts
January 25th, 2012 | LINK

How’s that whole Microsoft takeover thing coming along, Ken?

KZ
January 25th, 2012 | LINK

This from a man who says:

“The only way to make your enemy your friend is to defeat them or kill them.”

How can a follower of Christ have so much hate and nonense in his heart?

On a lighter note, Mr. Ed and I are registered at Bed Bath & Beyond.

iDavid
January 26th, 2012 | LINK

Laws are already in place for man boy issues. And last I read, the Constitution was constructed for humans, not farm animals.

iDavid
January 26th, 2012 | LINK

PS If Ken H married a jack-ass, he might find the compatibility for a long term relationship quite high.

Bill T.
January 26th, 2012 | LINK

Here’s another “Christian leader” who would be shocked to learn that Jesus’ parents were Jewish.

Jim Hlavac
January 26th, 2012 | LINK

I always find it funny with these man-horse comparisons — for it’s usually sheep whom are targeted, literally (goats & hogs are left alone, too ornery apparently) — plenty of jokes about it, even, yes? Indeed, most arrests for bestiality are for sex with sheep, female sheep at that — on farms, not with horses — which would require a step ladder and some sort of bridle or something, to keep that horse there — while with docile sheep, well, then it’s just a pair of boots and a field of clover. And the numbers of men arrested with animals annually? Oh, three or four, maybe less, and female animals at that – sounds like a hetero problem to me. And Florida, oddly, and a few other states I think, doesn’t even have a law against it!

Meanwhile, the numbers of gay farmers or even gay guys living in such rural farm precincts must be exceedingly small, (what? a dozen or two gay farmers?) and meanwhile, gays live in Atlanta, New Orleans, New York, San Francisco and other major metro-cities — with nary enough stallions to go around for dating, never mind nuptials — and we’d no doubt leave the mares alone, for we’re gay, why go with a lady-horse?

But, what fetid imaginations these horse-love folks have, for it’s generally hetero married men found with the female sheep. Indeed, the thing is so rare, so weird, that I can recall no compilation of stories or cases, and somehow I don’t think that the FBI even tracks the numbers of such ‘crimes’ — for it’s just virtually non-existent — and yet, here these folks are simply besides themselves in worry over man-horse marriages, which would almost certainly be man-lady horse, given the stats we have on the thing. Bizarre.

Hunter
January 26th, 2012 | LINK

I really think Hutcherson shouldn’t be flaunting his sexual fantasies like that — I really don’t want to know about it.

Jimi
January 26th, 2012 | LINK

Hunter took the words out of my mouth. This guy, and others like him, have very rich fantasy lives.

JohnAGJ
January 26th, 2012 | LINK

When it can be proven that horses are sapient beings, then perhaps we can concern ourself with this. Until then, nope.

Patrick Hogan
January 26th, 2012 | LINK

Bah — just say neigh to sex with animals. Problem punned.

Erin
January 28th, 2012 | LINK

@ Patrick: lol.

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