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Christianity &Islam Thomas on 21 Mar 2010 12:39 am

Why do Christians fanatically stick by such scumbags?

In the following article, the author makes a great point about Sean Hannity:

Sean Hannity in serious military charity scandal

It is undeniable that Sean Hannity has wasted millions of charity dollars flying around in private planes and staying in exotic motels. But as the author points out:

It is no secret that I do not hold Sean Hannity in very high regard. He is a man who stares into a camera and speaks into a microphone and lies. He does this for the sole purpose of increasing his ratings and income while scaring the hell out of his believing audience as he purposely misleads them. Indeed, so believing is his audience, I would bet the farm that they will give Hannity a pass on this entire scandal.

He is right – they will give Hannity a pass. But why would they give Hannity a pass on such egregious, repulsive behavior?

Why did they give Limbaugh a pass on his drug addiction, when they believe drug addicts should be jailed?

Why do they give Sarah Palin a pass on all of her lies and misdeeds?

It may be because this behavior is wired into their religion. Look at all the disgusting things their mythical “god” has done:

Why would they want to have anything to do with a “god” that kills millions of children himself and demands the death of millions more innocent people? It is bizarre, pathological behavior.

If you are a Christian and you would like to free yourself from the pathology of your faith, please visit:

Whywontgodhealamputees.com

You will be glad you did.

9 Responses to “Why do Christians fanatically stick by such scumbags?”

  1. on 24 Mar 2010 at 4:44 pm 1.Xenon said …

    “Why do they give Sarah Palin a pass on all of her lies and misdeeds?”

    Could you list those please?
    WOW!! theses are the same guys who support Obamination! Hilarious! Somehow Palin is a problem?

    “Hannity a pass on such egregious, repulsive behavior?”

    So do you have anything outside of a blog post? Do you have any real evidence? This story has been ignored by the state controlled media. If Hannity has beeen involved in any REAL misconduct, lol, they would not be ignoring it.

    Props to you! It just will not work. You tried, but the real corruption is with your party and it is deep and wide!

    Why do atheist still hang on to the scumbags in the DNC?

  2. on 25 Mar 2010 at 2:12 am 2.gggggg said …

    > Could you list those please?

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/geoffrey-dunn/the-first-ten-lies-from-e_b_356347.html

  3. on 25 Mar 2010 at 2:12 am 3.gggggg said …

    http://theweek.com/article/index/103046/Is_Sarah_Palin_a_pathological_liar

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bella-depaulo/sarah-palin-and-her-lies_b_366160.html

  4. on 25 Mar 2010 at 2:41 am 4.Xenon said …

    Ah, no Huffington doesn’t count. Real news, real sources not left wing blow hard opinion blogs. Well, I am assuming you know what real news consist of. Try again ggggggggggggggg.

    Would you like me to post the Obiminators lies?

  5. on 27 Mar 2010 at 1:05 am 5.Loi said …

    Here’s FrumForum’s defense: http://www.frumforum.com/hannitized-is-sanitized
    And Freedom Alliance’s defense: http://www.frumforum.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/freedom_alliance_response.pdf
    As much as I dislike Hannity, I cannot find any solid evidence Hannity received luxury hotel stays, private jets, or luxe cars from Freedom Alliance’s proceeds. Even Debbie Schlussel admits her source is a friend of a friend.
    In addition, Debbie Schlussel has little credibility. Her wikipedia entry (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Debbie_Schlussel#Criticism) shows Media Matters has accused Debbie Schlussel *seven times* of spreading misinformation. A quick scan of the “criticisms” section shows she has made bizarre claims. Although, this in and of itself, does not disprove her current charges against Hannity, they suggest we need more proof than her word for these charges.
    The only conclusion I can make from current information is Sean Hannity (who is not a board member of FreedomAlliance and thus, cannot control their decisions) may give money to a fiscally irresponsible charity, a crime many of us have committed, more of ignorance than malice.
    Though I am disappointed whydoesgodhateamputees.com would post such a claim. This is an atheist website, and thus one devoted to thinking critically. We atheists arrived at our current positions by thinking critically about a belief accepted uncritically by most Americans. We should apply this same process to other beliefs in our lives. If whydoesgodhateamputees.com wants to attack Hannity, they could do so in a much more credible way, for example, attacking his insensitive remarks towards homosexuals, or the way his show subtly promotes conservative views while pretending to be balanced. I would imagine a more thorough search would show more problems.

  6. on 28 Mar 2010 at 12:41 am 6.Zimbo said …

    Loi, did you read the link? It says plain as day, “I went to the source for all information on charities – the tax returns. I began with the organization’s 2008 tax filings which were filed in November of 2009.

    It’s not a pretty picture. While I encourage you to go through the return on your own, here’s the bottom line –

    In 2008, the charity raised $8,781,431 in revenue and gave out just $1,060,275.57–or 12%–to seriously wounded soldiers and for scholarships to kids of soldiers who have died. About 80% was spent on expenses, including $1,055,791 on postage, $925,392 on printing and $157,041 on travel.

    Folks, when a charity’s expenditure on stamps equals the amount they spent fulfilling the actual mission of the charity, something is seriously wrong.

    It is a well established rule of thumb that a legitimate charity is expected to spend 75% of its revenues on the mission of the charity. In 2008, Freedom Alliance spent 12%

    And that was a good year!

    The charity’s 2007 tax return reveals only 7% was spent on scholarships and payments to veterans. The 2006 returns reveal a truly appalling situation – while the organization took in almost $11 million, they spent only $400,000 on scholarships and grants to injured soldiers.

    Yesterday, Freedom Alliance issued a response to Schlussel’s allegations.

    To say that it was far from satisfying would be an understatement. No matter how they try to explain away the numbers, there is no escaping the bottom line – people have contributed huge sums of money to help the troops and their families, and only a tiny fraction of that money has been spent as it was supposed to be spent.”

    The evidence is the tax returns. It is irrefutable evidence.

    Hannity acted as a spokesperson for an organization like this (not a donor – a spokesperson).

    Read this – http://www.dailykos.com/story/2010/3/21/836505/-Defending-Hannity-Freedom-Alliance:-Malkins-Folly

  7. on 28 Mar 2010 at 4:40 pm 7.Lou said …

    “Debbie Schlussel has little credibility.”

    She has zero credibility which is why MSNBC is not on the story. Heaven knows they could use something to draw 5 or 6 viewers!. Maybe if they started helping our soldiers or A soldier.

  8. on 30 Mar 2010 at 11:26 am 8.Fling said …

    The Law, the Willow, and the Wicked Witch of Wasilla

    “When Sarah was confronted with Willow’s involvement she at first said that it was impossible since Willow was out of town. However when Troopers interviewed the other teens, every single one of them identified Willow as a participant, and further revealed that it was she who directed the other teens to the house, which she knew to be empty, for the sole purpose of having a party. (In today’s post AlaskaWTF called Willow the ringleader. Which is accurate in that it was she who knew the location of the house, but whether or not she was involved in the incredible destruction is still undetermined.)

    Now confronted with this new information you may assume that the Palins would do the right thing and surrender their daughter to the authorities, allow her to suffer the consequences of her actions, and then treat this as a painful but necessary learning experience.

    If you believed that for even an instant then you don’t know squat about Sarah Palin.

    No instead Sarah circled the wagons (There are rumors she even hired legal counsel) and she started to call in favors. Scandal had to be avoided at all cost. (This was right around the time that her contract with Fox News was being announced.)”

  9. on 30 Mar 2010 at 12:37 pm 9.Chuck said …

    Just curious here. Why do you guys obsess over a woman’s daughter neither who hold no office but have no problem with guys like Rangel & Geithner running your government’s tax system?

    Also, don’t use a blog as your source of news.

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