I'll give you several
This same guy came up with this idea of the gay gene. I remember when that conversation was going on. Gays were all of a sudden worrying if people would start aborting kids when they found out the DNA suggested the kid might be gay or God forbid, we'd run out of little gay kids, so all of a sudden, they became pro-life. [MSNBC, Scarborough Country, 12/14/04]
Hollywood is controlled by secular Jews who hate Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular. It's not a secret, okay? And I'm not afraid to say it. ... Hollywood likes anal sex. They like to see the public square without nativity scenes. I like families. I like children. [MSNBC, Scarborough Country, 12/8/04]
I don't know what about -- the queer-bashing is all about. I'm pretty good about picking out who queers are and I didn't see any in the movie. I'm usually pretty good at that. [MSNBC, Scarborough Country, 3/12/04]
And the all time winner, as quoted in Variety
"If someone tells me that there's a statue of Martin Luther King with an erection receiving oral sex, I don't need to see it."
a gentleman. There's
the guy I want for my spokesman - not!
Is this how Jesus would speak?
I don't think so. Even when, in the Gospels, He is angry, he is never foul and never hateful. That is the example we should follow.
And as to the play, without having seen it or read the script myself, I wouldn't presume to pass judgment on it. And what the U said about the panel was that panelists weren't picked on the basis of religion. There's nothing inherently wrong with that, nor is there any indicator that Catholics were denied permission to attend or ask questions of the panelists. So, while the play may (or may not be) offensive, there's nothing in this article upon which I could responsibly reach that conclusion.