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Tuesday, March 06, 2007

How to beat the high cost of sodomy

Homosexuality is not only morally hazardous to Our Nation, it is also economically ruinous:
The megachurch founded by the Rev. Ted Haggard, who was fired over drug and sex allegations, has laid off 44 people amid falling income following the scandal.

The cuts announced during services Sunday amount to about 12 percent of the church's work force, associate pastor Rob Brendle said.

Brendle estimated that church income has fallen 10 percent since the scandal last fall, forcing layoffs including pastoral staff, support staff and nursery workers.
Mind you, this man diddled only one other dude and his homosexuality was totally curable, and still 44 people lost their jobs. When you consider those figures at the macro level, that's millions of people losing their jobs on account of gay sex every day. Maybe if The Left were more concerned about solid economic theory instead of scoring cheap ideological points against Our President, they'd look into this phenomenon and ban homosexuality once and for all. Praise Him!

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  • At March 07, 2007 9:08 AM, Blogger Scott said…

    My God it's just like that phrase from that movie "every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings" but with a ruinous twist!

    "Every time I get my bell rung, the unemployment numbers jump"

    I feel so horrible.

  • At March 07, 2007 2:17 PM, Blogger Lulu Maude said…

    I think that for every wholly heterosexual act in which Rev. Ted engages, a staff member should be rehired.

    He could hang out his sheets for public viewing on a weekly basis till the church is fully staffed once again.

    You're welcome.

  • At March 09, 2007 12:26 PM, Blogger Sister Nancy Beth Eczema said…

    Scott: I feel so horrible.

    You should.

    Lulu Maude: A brilliant idea! I'm sure since his rehabilitation, Rev. Ted has gone absolutely gaga for "teh pussy" or whatever that epxression is kids are using. Praise Him!


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