Thursday, November 01, 2007

We Don't Discriminate... Unless You're Gay

Once again, The Onion tells it like it is...


Christian Charity Raising Money To Feed Non-Gay Famine Victims

7 comments:

whimsicalnbrainpan said...

That would be funny if there weren't really charities (and government programs) out there that were really like that.

Palm Springs Savant said...

I saw this on the onion last night and thougt it was very funny...but s whilsicalbrain points out, disturbing in that its oh-so-true!

Tina said...

Why of course they don't feed the Gay's--they live by the notion that none of you eat food anyway. 0_0. All you do is wake up, cruise, have sex, take a shower, then start all over again with cruising, sexing, and then showering. Then at night, you go to sleep...sometimes!

Didn't you read the tale of Sodom and Gomorrah, why that's your history!

The sad part about all this is, I bet they take funds from people, who insist that they actual go out and screen the lifestyle of those who are starving. 0_0. I recall my mommy being absolutely outraged at the fact that some people wouldn't write a check to AIDS charities, unless the collections organizer stipulated that the funds were going to patients who were children, or women. :/

Stephen Rader said...

Whim - Amen, sister. Amen.

Rick - Yep, funny AND disturbing because it's damn true.

Tina - My God, I remember those days. Those "innocent" people with AIDS. As if anyone on the planet deserves to suffer for any reason. I love that your mom was outraged about that. She raised quite a remarkable daughter.

cb said...

Scathingly accurate, as always.

Aaron said...

Sadly, places that are the hardest hit by these tragedies are also the most superstitious and judgmental...which serves to further compound their tragedy. Sometimes I STILL have to thank God I live in the U.S. (while it's quasi-free).

Stephen Rader said...

CB - Yep, The Onion always seems to hit the nail on the head.

Aaron - Quasi-Free is right. But still, I'm thankful that we live in this country. I've been to many others and every time I come back, I am more thankful for our freedoms - - even though Dubya has been trampling on them for seven years.