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Family Research Council Reveals Hot Gay Sex Fantasies; Radical Cleric Blames Lack of Devotion to Israel for Oil Spill

Two items. First, don't homophobic cultural conservatives make you sad? I mean, it's so abundantly clear that all they want from life is some hot man-love. But they're so deeply repressed that they can only simmer in resentment in their loveless fake marriages as they watch those out gays have such a good time. TPM:
Here's how the Family Research Council envisions things going if Don't Ask, Don't Tell is repealed: first, more straight soldiers, sailors, airmen and marines will be fellated in their sleep against their will. Then, commanders afraid of being labeled homophobes will refuse to do anything about it. Eventually, the straight service members will quit out of fear.
This is their fantasy life, exposed. They dream of gay men blowing them in their sleep, "against their will." I wonder how much better the world would be if these guys just got themselves a pair leather chaps and went out and had a nice, raunchy celebration of Pride Day. Second itemrequires no comment from me. Just relax and let the crazy wash over you ...
In August of 2005, Israel began withdrawing from the Gaza Strip. People were ripped from their homes and physically transported out of the area. Many of the Israeli troops had strong personal objections but had to follow orders despite the cries and pleading of homeowners forcibly removed; the Bush administration sanctioned the withdrawal. Hurricane Katrina made landfall later that month and the city of New Orleans is still feeling the effects. Is there a Biblical correlation? While some may scoff at such a notion, John McTernan, founder of Defend and Proclaim the Faith Ministries, has made such study his life's work. Not only does McTernan see what happened in 2005 as an affront to Israel that is destined to have Biblical consequences, but he sees similarities taking place today in the same region. In 2010, the treatment Israel has been receiving from the Obama administration has been, in a word, shocking. Whether it's the demand that the construction of Israeli settlements be halted in Jerusalem, the public disrespect showed to Benjamin Netanyahu during his visit to the White House, or the words of former Jimmy Carter Security Advisor and Obama advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski implying that American jets should shoot down Israeli jets if they attempt to attack Iran – Israel has never had a more anti-Israeli president in the White House. With hurricane season rapidly approaching, McTernan believes that a Katrina-like storm, with a similar surge would be disastrous beyond words. A wall of oil and water washing up on any coastal area would be catastrophic. McTernan ... has identified countless examples of how the treatment of Israel has very serious and very predictable consequences for individuals as well as nations who administer that treatment. After WWII, America led the effort to re-establish the nation of Israel. In the years that followed, this country experienced great prosperity and a standard of living unmatched in human history. In 2008, Americans voted Barack Obama to lead their nation. Is it also a coincidence that his visible contempt for Israel is being demonstrated at a time when America's debts and deficits are exploding and unsustainable? Whether it's Katrina in 2005, the oil disaster in 2010, American's economic woes, immigration, or any other current development in the news today, McTernan can explain to your audience with great clarity how the actions of America's leaders lead to consequences – both good and bad – that are in fact Biblical.