Here’s a spoof ad produced by Funny or Die starring John Goodman as a maybe-gay, Colonel who glorifies the qualities of picking KFC over Chick-fil-A.
Goodman dressed up as KFC’s founder Colonel Sanders, emphasis his love for “the gays” and proposes anyone who wants to support pro-gay causes to come visit Kentucky Fried Chicken. While Goodman’s Sanders is a big fan of homosexuals, he mentions, “I prefer the white meat to the dark.”
This film, ‘Kidnapped for Christ’ follows the stories of several American teenagers who were sent to Escuela Caribe, an American-run Evangelical Christian reform school in The Dominican Republic. The film is not yet complete due to the lack of funds. These kinds are not kidnapped by anyone else but their own parents. Countless homosexual children were literally kidnapped from their bed and dragged away to Escuela Caribe. Sadly, it is perfectly legal by law. Those who undergo mental, physical and emotional abuse during this reform are none other than the children themselves.
During a campaign stop on Monday at a Christian college in Iowa, a recent graduate there compared gay marriage to interracial marriage and asked Santorum why it would be “a hit to faith and family in America.”
ABC News reported that he got irritated at the question and quickly shifted the conversation to the perils of gay sex. He reasoned that if same sex marriage was legalized then “their sexual activity” would be seen as “equal” to heterosexual relationships and it would then be taught in schools.
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I could write a blog a day about Rick Perry not wanting to serve all of the American population. It’s not like I would have to dig hard for material either. The Republican candidate fighting for a place in the 2012 elections has already proved he doesn’t need Iowa or the Pro-Choice allegiance. Today, he firmly told same sex proponents that he doesn’t need them either. MORE