Thursday, December 18, 2008

Quote of the Week


"I have always treated (gays) with respect. When they come and wanna talk to me, I talk to 'em. When the protesters came, we served them water and donuts.

-- Totally gay-friendly Pastor Rick Warren

9 comments:

Ironic said...

Fuckin' cheap-ass bastard. "Water and donuts"---what, this asshole couldn't bring people hot coffee or hot chocolate? Instant or otherwise?

Bitch.

VOTAR said...

A profoundly magnanimous gesture.




Letting other people take his donuts away is clearly a significant personal sacrifice.

Alex said...

I figure this would be the quote of the week:
"I didn't compromise my soul to be a popular guy." - G. W. Bush

Source

Anonymous said...

"On the one hand he is campaigning tirelessly to take away my civil rights even though I and my ilk haven't done one thing to him and don't want to. On the other hand the ones with the strawberry frosting and sprinkles are just so gosh darn delicious they're better than licking cocoa butter out of the hairless asscrack of a nineteen year old twink. Where I come from do you know what we call that? A wash."

RottweilerTOM said...

My gays don't eat donuts unless made of egg whites and suger free.

Master Mahan said...

Well, of course he did! Sure, Warren may think that gays are sex-crazed God-hating deviants best rounded up and tossed in camps, but that's no excuse for poor manners.

Doc said...

of course, we made sure to wear our latex gloves to avoid getting teh aids from teh gays.

Whore Hears Ahh Who said...

Is there like a hidden metaphor there, maybe - donuts...donut holes...donut hole punchers? Trying not to be a dick, but the first thing I thought of when I read that blurb was South Park and the girls calling the boys "Donut Hole Punchers." That pastor is obviously a dick, and his intentions were probably less then good-willed, they probably had some underlining pun. Plus religious right wingers are never friendly, to them hate is a family value.

em said...

Wow, I'm sure he knows a few negroes as well!