Young Turks on Punching Pastor’s Violence

Squash teh Gay like a Cockroach:

He’s bad. The people laughing along with him are just as bad. Advocating breaking your son’s arm? If your daughter does not smell like a girl…

Nice. And by “Nice” I mean this guy needs to die. Figuratively, of course, it would be terrible if he actually did die.

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7 Responses to Young Turks on Punching Pastor’s Violence

  1. mxh says:

    I don’t know about dying, but this guy certainly should be on the short-list of suspects if there are any children with broken bones in his neighborhood.

  2. StevoR says:

    Whoah! Advocating child abuse. There’s a person that should be keep very well away from kids.

    Oh & the idea that all boys can aspire to be is ditch-diggers whilst all girls can be is beautiful nice-smelling sports stars. WTF!?

    That guy is “counselling” other parents not be counselled himself? Yikes.

  3. Greg Laden says:

    Its what guys do … dig ditches. And girls smell good.

  4. baal says:

    Pastor Sean might be in a world of hurt if someone took up beatings as way to solve pastor Sean’s stupid.

  5. D.J. Miller says:

    He is bad, truly. I wonder how many like him preach every Sunday in the churches across the land?

  6. Stevarious says:

    Nice. And by “Nice” I mean this guy needs to die. Figuratively, of course, it would be terrible if he actually did die.

    It’s the way of thinking that needs to die. If this fellow insists on dying with it, that is his choice, but these toxic, hateful ideas WILL die. It’s only a matter of time.

    (I am not in any way advocating violence of any sort.)

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