NOM’s Ruth Institute Blog: “You Whiny Sniveling Little Athiest Are Pathetic”

Seems like “Betsy” (aka Mary Kochan, former Senior Editor of  CatholicExchange) over at The National Organization for Marriage’s – Ruth Institute Blog has gone off her meds and is letting her true hateful anti-gay evil self shine through like a star atop a “War On Christmas” tree.

Well she did before someone at The Ruth Institute (a tax exempt 501c)  blog noticed it and yanked it.  But not before Joe Jervis of Joe My God got a screencap and copied the text of the post.

Yes, you are outsiders. Go start your own damn country. This one was started by Christians, you puerile dimwits. It is Christians who established and largely Christians who fought and died to maintain the freedoms you enjoy. And Christians are still the majority. Apparently your vaulted belief system doesn’t equip you to handle being in the minority. That’s interesting, isn’t it? After all, this was and is a societal situation valiantly handled by millions and millions of Christians who suffered — and currently suffer — real oppression, violence, torture, economic deprivation, and cruel deaths. But you have to go through turning off the TV once in a while and so your precious puny feelings are hurt. How delicate and frail your mental architecture is! You are a pitiful joke.

Peace On Earth and Good Will Twords Man to you too Mary.


You can  read the post in full at its original source, Catholic Lane.

Source: Joe My God

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