Matt Barber Has The Ireland Super Sadz: Cancerous Redefinition Brings Shame

Via Right Wing Watch:

“What we saw happen in Ireland was clearly a mass rebellion against God’s design, clear design, millennia-old design for the institution of marriage. As history has shown over and over again, any society that abandons monogamous man-woman marriage as a central aspect of that culture and embraces sexual relativism as they have now done in Ireland, that culture and that society is not long for the world. I don’t know how much longer we can expect [to survive]. Certainly, this novelty of so-called gay marriage is going to be one of the primary, I believe, drawbacks that end up potentially leading to the end of western civilization as we certainly know it now, at least.”

  • Todd20036

    If gay marriage becomes legal then you will die. You will die horribly. You will die twice! And it will definitely happen.


    In the next 50 years.

    I’m certain of it!!!


  • Larry Gist

    Blah Blah Blah FEAR! Blah Blah Blah – then end is near, send me money so I can stop it!

  • The Professor

    So sick of freaks like Barber and LaBarbera and the whole lot. It’ll get worse after June, no doubt. But we will have the win to gloat over at least.

    • Rebecca Gardner

      Yeah. Watch out for that NOM double-super-secret plan. LOL

      • The Professor

        This would be me not quailing in my bootstraps. 😉

  • Rocketeer500

    Society will survive Chicken Little. Hopefully your brand of bigotry will not.

    • Todd20036

      I don’t think “Little” can be used to describe Barbs.

      • oikos

        Bloated chunk of talking feces comes to mind when I hear Mattie’s name.

        • Todd20036

          Even Chet had more class than Barbs.

      • Necessitas

        Not if he keeps packing on the pounds…

  • As usual, the hypocrisy abounds. Let the people decide, unless they decide against “traditional marriage” and then it’s all “godless heathens!”

    • MarkOH

      Exactly. That tired ol’ “let the people decide” only lasted until people were educated on the issue. So, Matt, who should decide now? (as IF I don’t know the answer)

      • Brian in Valdosta

        The operative word in your statement is “educated”. When the public heard and read nothing but lies and misinformation from the likes of Mr Brown’s organization (among others) they voted one way. But when they actually heard the right message, it seems that they realized that this is really a non-issue.

      • vorpal

        Well, obviously you’re allowed to decide unless you disagree with their conveniently invisible and absent god, in which case, HE gets to decide, using Fatt Barber as a mouthpiece to dictate his views to the world.

        I mean, it’s total common sense… duh.

    • Chris Baker

      When they were confident they would win, “let the people vote” was the only “legitimate” way to solve the issue. Now that the voters have spoken, and it’s not the way they hoped, it’s “the voters are stupid and anti-God!”.
      I suppose if the Irish legislature put up a law banning gay marriage, then NOM would be all for it because “the voters are too easily misguided and deceived on the issue and only wise legislators can make such drastic decisions.”

    • tcinsf

      Let the people decide, so long as they follow instructions from the clergy.

  • crewman

    “gay marriage is going to be one of the primary, I believe, drawbacks that end up potentially leading to the end of western civilization as we certainly know it now,”

    It does coincide with the waning influence right-wing Christians have on society, so yes, it is a marker of a change in Western civilization. That probably does feel like an end if you were hoping for a return to 11th century morality. To the rest of us it feels like progress.

    • Chris Baker

      I suppose people said the same thing about allowing women to vote, or get jobs outside the home, or ending slavery, or allowing Catholics into the US, or any other change….

  • Phil

    They said the same thing when serfdom and slavery were abolished. The construct of “society” is evolving, not static.

  • Rebecca Gardner

    “As history has shown over and over again, any society that abandons monogamous man-woman marriage as a central aspect of that culture and embraces sexual relativism as they
    have now done in Ireland, that culture and that society is not long for the world.”

    Actually, no. As history has shown over and over again, you have no fucking clue what you are talking about. I hate this bullshit, but I do enjoy watching them getting crazier each day! 🙂

    • Gustav2

      His rants are becoming more and more Palinesque every day.

    • Paula

      That was what I was wondering. What examples? Show me a civilization that fell because of Gays. There are none.

      • j.martindale

        Barber would probably suggest that the Roman Empire fell because of the gays. Of course, it was Christianity that ruined that empire.

        • Drewco

          The high point of the Roman Empire in terms of area was during the reign of Trajan, a brilliant military campaigner who conquered most of modern Romania and Mesopotamia. Under him, the Empire stretched from Scotland to Iran. After Trajan, Hadrian saw twenty years of peace that saw trade flourish throughout the Empire.

          Oh, and Trajan was openly bisexual while the love of Hadrian’s life was a man, Antinous.

          • j.martindale

            and when Antinous drowned at a young age, Trajan elevated him to the status of a God. If the Delphic statue of Antinous is accurate, he WAS divine. (Gorgeous statue, if you ever get to Greece!)

          • RoFaWh

            Statues of Antinous are quite common, in fact. This is the one I like best, with it’s oh-so subtle hint of a basket behind Antinous’ linen kilt. When I first ran across imagery of this statue, I was sure it was a Victorian-era fake or pastiche, but it isn’t: it was found in the ruins of Hadrian’s villa at Tivoli:


          • David Kerlick

            And now it resides, along with other sculptures from the Serapeum (orgy room) of H’s villa – where else? — in the Vatican Egyptian Museum.

          • Menergy

            Did the participants all wear serapes in the orgies? How odd… (ducking…)

          • David Kerlick

            Hadrian elevated Antinous. Trajan adopted Hadrian and assured his succession, though T’s wife may have forged the documents, a good thing given how good H was at running the show.

          • j.martindale

            That is right. I had the wrong emperor.

        • Gyeo

          Every major Chinese Dynasty since the Han had gay relationships. And none of those dynasties fell because of gays.

      • Chris Baker

        The kingdom or Upper Swegoria, during the 600s, legalized gay marriage and it fell and that’s why you have never heard of that once great civilization.
        But you are right, there has never been a civilization that fell because of the gays. No civilization has ever abandoned marriage. The US is not abandoning marriage.
        But I love it when the rhetoric gets this crazy!

      • Adam Schmidt

        They blame ancient Greece and Rome both on us.

    • Bradford Kelly

      They always use Rome as an example of a fallen society because of homosexuality.

      Problem is that it was actually lead poisoning from the pipes used for water but don’t let that get in the way of blaming the homos for everything.

      • Rebecca Gardner

        Roman lead pipes. The etymology of the word Plumbing.

        • McSwagg

          The Romans also heated their wine in lead cooking pots because the alcohol in the wine would react with the lead to produce lead acetate. The reason they did this is that lead acetate is reported to have a very sweet taste. Essentially, it was the only sweetener other than natural fruit or honey that was available. Of course, consuming the sweetened wine led to lead poisoning

  • ErikDC

    The outward obsession with “the end of civilization” is just a deep seated fear of one’s own mortality.

  • BaddogLtd
  • Frederick

    “…millennia-old design for the institution of marriage.”

    How many goats did your wife cost?

    And how many concubines are you fucking?

    • Todd20036

      Maybe he skipped the middle man and just fucked the goats.

      • LovesIrony

        fainting goats for sure

      • MDB

        Poor widdle goatee’s !!! Did he eat them after
        he was finished ???? Seems as though nothing escapes Mattie’s mouth !

      • BlueberriesForMe

        Or maybe it’s the other way around. Some of those goats aren’t discriminating.

      • oikos

        “Tell me C̶l̶a̶r̶i̶c̶e̶ Mattie, are the l̶a̶m̶b̶s̶ goats still screaming?”

      • Michael Rush

        he touched the goats over their clothes and they were sleeping .

    • Michael Rush

      here are some indications that things change over time …

      1- The Bible’s Prophets married girls as young as 8 .

      2- Mary got pregnant between the ages of 11 and 14 .

      3- The minimum age for marriage in State of Delaware in year 1880 was 7 .

      4- According to the Jewish Talmud , Prophet Moses and his followers had sex with girls as young as 3 years old .

      these things are now illegal as they should be , god did not destroy the world when it became illegal to have sex with children 3-8 years old . none of this changed due to god or the bible , or the small minded and self righteous . fortunately there are better people in this world who rely on common sense and good judgment regardless of their religion .

      • NMNative

        Careful Michael, they get really ticked off when you use their own historical facts to expose their hypocrisy.

      • Menergy

        How veddy Duggary! 🙂

    • vorpal

      I think we need to start a betting pool on how many same-sex marriages it will take before their god finally bothers to put in a fucking appearance and throw his little hissy fit.

      I’m all in for infinity minus one.

      • RoFaWh

        Gawd will descend from the heavens in company with his best buddies Lucifer and Satan, then commandeer all TV channels, be they wifi, cable, or broadcast for a long, juicy session of hot three-way ghey secks while an angelic choir provides backing vocals. The Archangels will be the vocal soloists.

        Don’t miss it! Huge penises, both in length and girth; muscles for days; and ejaculations copious enough to flood the planet a second time.

        [Apologies if this morning’s output of snark etc is a little more than usually off the wall. I received from Amazon yesterday a set of CDs I’d been hoping for for thirty years and I’m really stoked over them: the famous recordings of Haydn symphonies conducted by Max Goberman! Mainly of the earlier symphonies, little known when these were recorded ca. 1960, sound quality a little dubious in spots, but ohmygawd is the music making something!]

        • David Kerlick

          There;s a scene in a Cadinot porno like this, when the 4-way is accompanied by the blazing trumpet fanfares of the “Judex Ergo” in the Berlioz Requiem.

        • B Snow

          When the Information Age works, it is really wonderful. Music you think you’ll never hear again can be found at youtube or Amazon. 🙂

          • vorpal

            Thank goodness for that. I have managed to get my miserable mitts on very specific remixes of music that I heard 20 years ago and thought I would never be able to find again.

        • vorpal

          Ha! We should all be so inspired :-).

          Glad to hear that you’ve been thoroughly satisfied despite things being a little dubious in spots ;-).

        • Robincho

          Sounds to me like you need a good Haydn…

        • Menergy

          later complete Haydn symphonies box set with the Austro-Hungarian Haydn Orchestra directed by Adam Fischer. Amazing recordings and interpretations!!!

    • Lawerence Collins

      Here you go.

      • Clive Johnson

        The Bible is its own worst enemy.

        • Lawerence Collins

          Religious people will swear it’s never been changed or altered. That such a huge lie. Out now is a newly altered version. It’s called the Conservatives bible. By Phyllis Schlafly and Conservapedia. In it Christ is in their image

  • bryan

    1st sadz. Then super sadz. Soon tsunami sadz ….

    • MDB

      Tsunghazi ???????? Ruh-roh !!!!!!!!!!!

  • oikos

    “What we saw happen in Ireland was clearly a mass rebellion against G̶o̶d̶’̶s̶ ̶d̶e̶s̶i̶g̶n̶ pedophilia, homophobia, infanticide and forced labor by the RCC.”

  • Gustav2

    Ireland is going to fall off the edge of the earth!

  • TedBear

    Read your Bible, sweetie. How many polygamous marriages are in the bible? How many different kinds of marriages are in the Bible? Do you want women to be chattel again? Come into 2015. BTW, I am a Christian, and go to Church every Sunday. Don’t hate. Love wins!

    • RoFaWh

      Always keep in mind that haters’ hysteria, exaggerations, mis-statements about what the bibble says, and similar lies are not aimed at us. They’re aimed at the low-information goobers the haters view as their “base” in the hope of squeezing some more hard-earned dollars out of the poor and into the haters’ already-overstuffed pockets.

      We need to start up a program of pamphlet drops over Gooberland, “Know the truth and be free. And have more money!”

  • another_steve

    Matt Barber has Dick on the Brain Syndrome (DBS), a serious medical condition where you see dick everywhere and obsess on it.

    Took two months of antibiotics to knock it out of me, and even today I see dick in the oddest, most unexpected places.

  • Megrim Twist

    I’m sure Mattie is very happy today since it’s National Donut Day.

    • Necessitas

      I think he’s waiting for National Tub of Lard day.

  • Giant Monster Gamera

    Don’t worry Matt, you can still eke out a living spreading hate in third-world shitholes. For now.

  • Dagoril

    Jesus, he’s bigger and bigger in every new photo of him. He looks like a piece of upholstered furniture. Perhaps a divan or a settee.

    • John P.

      Well, you could probably sit on his face and he wouldn’t mind… ewww!

    • David L. Caster

      Certainly something overstuffed.

    • DavidAZ

      An overstuffed fainting couch?

    • KnownDonorDad
    • An overstuffed pouffe.

  • LovesIrony

    The Roman Empire fell after christianity got a foothold.

  • Necessitas

    According to Barber’s logic, Nazi Germany should have had it’s thousand year Reich.

  • Robert

    On second thought since you probably don’t believe in Dinosaurs, let’s call you Grandpa.

  • ColdCountry

    These people talk about “God’s design” and “God’s will” as though they are some sort of universal truths. Strange people.

    • LovesIrony

      and if God didn’t want gay marriage, is it too impotent to stop it?

      • If god was all that and a bag o’ chips, why does he make LGBT folks to begin with?
        *smacking forehead*
        Thats right! If its fun then ol’ scratch had his hand in it.

      • ColdCountry

        Yup. And it never seems to occur to them that maybe they have it all wrong. Maybe this is God’s will.

    • RoFaWh

      Not strange people. Just common or garden variety liars.

  • The church in Ireland was one of the most tyrannical and abusive. Not only did they have their own child rape scandal but there was also the treatment of the unwed mothers. It’s no wonder people there rejected the church in favor of their gay family, friends, colleagues and neighbors. Gay people are fun and friendly and the church abused your aunt and molested your uncle and lied about it. Easy choice if you ask me.

    • oikos

      Ireland has a small population and just like everyone knows someone who is gay, everyone there also knows someone who was victimized by the RCC.

      • And as bad as some of the abuses were in the US, it’s not that hard to switch denominations here (which a lot of the families of abuse victims did…I saw a study recently showed that RCC in American loses six members for every new one…and that includes new ones from baptisms). In Ireland until very recently, not that easy. The church prevented legal divorce until very recently. That’s how powerful they were there. But the never ending revelations of abuse are horrifying and while they got some news attention here, they got a LOT more there.

        If anyone hasn’t seen it, I recommend the film Philomena (with the always dazzling Judi Dench).

        • oikos

          Thanks I will check the movie out. I love the 6 to 1 deficit figure. That sure puts a smile on my face.

          • Be sure to take your high blood pressure medicine beforehand. And have some kleenex handy. The only other movie that’s ever made me that angry was Hotel Rwanda.

    • I.Smith

      It also practiced slavery with the magdalene laundries into the modern age, but because it was in the name of religion it was accepted.

  • MDB

    Headline news:
    Duggarization Dooms Western Civilization !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Mike Fuckabee forced to ghey-marry Mattie Barber.

    • RoFaWh

      Fuckabee and Barber?


      [Which one will be the wife?]

  • LovesIrony


    • oikos


  • millers3888

    And I care about Matt Barber because…….

    • LovesIrony

      he could eat the planet in one meal

    • BlueberriesForMe

      He’s one of JMG’s Special People.

  • delk

    Wow! Ireland must have just crushed these bigots. it took what, two weeks for him and Farrah not Faucet to pop up in tears?

    • kevin vincent

      62% is pretty damning a 24% difference it was a slaughter

  • mjcc1987

    Isn’t gluttony a sin Matty?

  • Mark

    The world is NOT a theocracy ass hole. Get that through your brain.

    • LovesIrony

      if he had one

  • LovesIrony

    that and allowing women to vote

  • Amanda B. Rekendwith

    …leading to the end of western civilization as we certainly know it now…
    Funny, that’s what they used to say about the waltz.

    • and allowing women to have pain meds during childbirth.

      • IcyFaye

        And ending slavery.

  • Jeffrey

    Personally, my favorite part of the bible is when the priest comes into the garden of Eden with all the bridesmaids and groomsmen and the flower girl and marries Adam and Eve and mentions that marriage is only between one man and one woman and only for the purpose of procreation.

    • Frommer_Gast

      And the fact, that the first thing they ever wore were their rings is so poetic …. *sigh* ,,, (try to avoid speculations with respect to the exact nature of Adams ring!)

      • Octavio

        Don’t forget the wedding “snack sets” of colored mints in the shape of gad, a cup of mixed nuts, and deelishush finger sandwiches made with cold cuts and bratwurst. And the special 7-Up and frozen pineapple/orange juice ice cubes. So holy. So divine. 🙂

        Genesis 5:20 And yea shall eat finger sandwiches that please gad, who appreciates a nice snack set.

    • Henri205

      And then the happy couple departed for their honeymoon, riding a dinosaur.

    • LovesIrony

      how did they get grandchildren?

      • Jeffrey

        By fucking their children and then brothers and sister. You know, Duggary.

  • Anastasia Beaverhousen

    Matt, Matt, Matt, how else do you fornicate if you don’t “push it?”

    • Gustav2

      There some things we don’t want to know about Matt.

  • MikeBx2

    Historically, extreme religion has been the world’s biggest threat. Keeping government separate from religion is how we ensure the survival of western civilization.

  • LovesIrony

    dems some tiny fingers there matt, no wonder you’re so frustrated. matt accept that god gave you a tiny dick. there’s nothing wrong with that, just accept it and stop being obsessed with normal dick sized people having good sex.

  • TerryInIowa

    Is that why “God” put his stamp of approval across the skies of Dublin as the polls closed and “God” knew who would be victorious? It would seem that he approves.

  • BlueberriesForMe

    Re: “I don’t know how much longer we can expect to survive”. Well, BamFart, per your own ‘prophecy’, it looks like your days are numbered. If the TV screen is any indication you are ballooning up faster than Violet Beauregarde.

    • There are two things in common all of the newer crop of LGBT haters, they are all extremely overweight and never look happy, as in soul deep unhappy.

  • Mike in Texas

    “Certainly, this novelty of so-called gay marriage is going to be one of the primary, I believe, drawbacks that end up potentially leading to the end of western civilization as we certainly know it now, at least.”

    Graduate of the Palin Academy of Language Arts?

  • Lakeview Bob

    Blah, blah, blah. What did he say?

  • “…that end up potentially leading to the end of western civilization as we certainly know it now, at least.”

    You mean the end of the white, patriarchal, xtianist system that we’ve suffered through and has held humanity back for the last 2000+ years?

  • Blake J Butler

    one of these is cancerous the other is not

  • I.Smith

    Poor Sweden a country that was destroyed decades ago when they embraced SSM and how it has been forgotten in America. It was lucky that it was not part of western civilization or they could of destroyed the whole culture of the western world.

  • BaddogLtd
    • Octavio

      What a great broad and actress.

      • BaddogLtd

        Hah! I don’t think your supposed to say ‘broad’. (But I do it too. With a pinch of irony ; )

  • Desmond Rutherford

    I won’t miss religion at all. It’s done enough damage.

  • JJS_prime

    Crawl back under your rock, you carbonated turd. You and your hypocritical “christian” friends always scream “let the people vote!!!!!!!!” They voted. They voted for the 21st century over the 11th. Deal with it.

  • MAP

    FYI Matt….the Catholic Church will be dead in one more generation.

    • Reality.Bites

      He’s a scamangelical, so he sincerely hopes you’re right.

      You are, however, quite wrong. The Catholic church has having major success in the less-educated and prosperous parts of the world. The poor and ill-informed have always been its favourite prey.

    • Macbill

      Unfortunately, there are still 3rd World, uneducated masses to proselytize.

  • BaddogLtd

    It’s actually kind of amusing to watch these grifters tripping over each other to squeeze the last bit of cash out of their dwindling pool of suckers. Eventually one of them will come up with a new scheme like the Saudi Prince who wants to leave you all of his secret fortune. Another day, another dirty dollar…

    • RoFaWh

      You have given a sound answer to the question, “what will the hater-grifters do once resistance to SSM stops being a cash cow?”

      They’ll become email scam-spammers one and all.

  • dcurlee

    But but but isn’t he the one always screaming let the people decide. Dumbass

  • Octavio

    So much for the “design” impaired. He can always get help. It’s an option. It’s out there.

  • Clive Johnson

    1. “What we saw happen in Ireland was clearly a mass rebellion against God’s design…”

    Long live the rebellion!

    2. Even at the end, at the point of ultimate defeat, this reality isn’t enough to jolt Barber or any of the other opponents of equality into a reality-based view of same sex marriage. On the basis of sheer magical thinking alone, they still maintain that the sky is falling or will fall when same sex couples decide to build lives together under the franchise of marriage.

    • JJS_prime

      And this in spite of the quickly growing body of evidence to the contrary.

    • PeterC

      Shouldn’t the “sky have fallen” the very next day after the election? Since it did not, it probably will not; just like all the other predictions of total calamity. Just what is their “God” waiting for?

  • LonelyLiberal

    Given some of the side effects, Western Civilization could certainly use considerable modification. So I’m not seeing much of a problem here.

  • Henri205

    It’s National Doughnut Day, Matt. Go indulge in several hundred and STFU.

    • 2guysnamedjoe

      Every day is National Donut Day chez Barber.

  • Chris Baker

    I don’t think society is abandoning man-woman marriage, they are just letting gays enter into the legal contract known as ‘marriage’ to obtain the same legal and financial benefits that are given and protected by governments.
    If marriage were only a social/religious formality, then I don’t think gays would really be pushing for it. But as there are legal benefits and responsibilities, given by local, state and federal governments, then gays should be able to partake of those too.
    Civilizations, empires and states have risen and fallen over the years. There is not one single attribute that has caused their rise or fall (e.g., allowing gay to marry or not marry). The Soviet Union didn’t allow gay marriage and it fell. Fascist Italy and Spain did not allow gay marriage and they fell. The British, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese empires did not allow gay marriage and they fell.

    • Gary

      The Roman Empire fell after they officially converted to Christianity.

  • Bryan

    Careful Matt, your Schlafly is showing.

  • yes, Ireland has not sunk into the sea in a violent expression of Gawd’s Wrath & Awesome Powers.

    what has sunk like a stone is Matti’s future net worth, if he stays on this particular route. he knows it.

  • David Kerlick

    Redefines cancer as Matt Barber.

  • DumbHairyApe

    I realize that I’m just a dumb hairy ape, so I have difficulty understanding some things that must be obvious to others so I need some help. Can someone please explain to me, in simple terms, how someone can say something like “for millenium it has ALWAYS been one man and one woman for all civilizations and societies” but, in the very same breath say “Oh, and civilizations and societies that have NOT had one man and one women have all failed”.

    What is it, they either did or didn’t have OMOW marriages? I don’t get the self-contradiction. It confused my simple, primate mind and I can’t seem to get my opposable thumbs around the concept.

  • TheManicMechanic

    the Rolling Droid for Jeebus prattles on about the End Of The World (for his money, at least) once again. Film at 11.

    • Reality.Bites

      I prefer to think of him as a rolling ‘roid, but nothing wrong with your description.

  • Happy Dance

    He is about two week late…wonder what kept him so long?!

  • Megaera

    Nope. They’re probably just returning to their roots.

    Aristotle: ‘I make
    an exception of the Celts and of certain other nations which openly honor masculine love.’

    Diodorus Siculus:
    ‘Despite the fact that their wives are beautiful, the Celts have little to do with them, but instead abandon themselves to a strange passion for other men. They usually sleep on the ground on skins of wild animals and tumble about with a bedfellow on either side. And what is strangest of all is that, without any thought of modesty, they carelessly surrender their virginity to other men. Far from finding anything shameful in this, they feel insulted if anyone refuses the favors they offer.’

    I’m waiting to see what their next act is, as both Julius Caesar and Cassius Dio wrote that the Celts practiced polyandry and communal marriage, too.

    • 2guysnamedjoe

      Then along came St Patrick the Party-Pooper.

      • Megaera

        Exactly. It wasn’t the ghey that damaged Ireland, it was Christianity. They managed to retain some of their original philosophies for a while, so the Celtic church was quite distinctive from the Roman church in its philosophy and practice, till it was stomped on ad forced to conform.

      • Who was an Englishman.

    • stuckinthewoods

      Thanks. D.S. may be the best quote I’ve seen on JMG.

      • Megaera

        I like that one, too. There seems to be a sense of wistfulness in among the confusion and outrage.

        It seems to suggest tragically abandoned women, but I’m pretty sure he was wrong about that, as ancient Celtic society was incredibly egalitarian, with women judges, ambassadors etc. It’s more likely that they were just a lot more relaxed about multiple sexual partners.

  • bambinoitaliano

    They ought to look into the mirror when it comes to calling it mass rebellion against god.

  • Michael Hampton

    I guess Matt has never read Proverbs 23:2 which says that if you are prone to gluttony, which he obviously is, you should slit your own throat.

  • What the fuck history are you talking about? Tell me, please. What history is showing this? And that whole Western Civilization thing? What you’re talking about there is basically the Enlightenment, which is — dum dum dummm — secular.

  • Ryan Hunter

    “I don’t know how much longer I can expect [to survive]. Certainly, this novelty of so-called gay marriage is going to be one of the primary, I believe, drawbacks that end up
    potentially leading to the end of my money grabs as I certainly
    know it now, at least.”

    So Sad.

  • zhera

    OK, fess up! Which one of you fabulous gheys told Barberella that a silver tie was THE thing to wear?
    Whoever it was gets cookie points x millions! LMAO

  • Galvestonian

    …meanwhile – send money !

  • Tor

    “…potentially leading to the end of western civilization as we certainly know it now…”
    I don’t see the problem here.

    • GC

      Yes, Western civilization has plenty of room for improvement. I recommend “The future of the human race” from “Why won’t God heal amputees?”, where the author outlines a vision of us creating a heaven on earth:

  • Regan DuCasse

    What I saw happen in Ireland, was a joyful, affectionate crowd. Lots of color, a double rainbow in the sky….and Ireland feeling like it’s sense of maturity, family and making a difference was recognized in the world.
    The knuckle dragging mouth breathers are the only one’s complaining.
    I look at Barber and see nothing more than an ape.

  • Gerard

    Actually I’m proud to say that Ireland is one of the worlds most ancient civilisations, and for many thousands of years before the imposition of English Victorian values in the nineteenth century are thought to have been tolerant of things like homosexuality or births outside of wedlock. I don’t reckon we’re doomed anytime soon…

  • anne marie in philly

    wah wah wah, no one loves me, no one pays attention to me, wah wah wah benghaaaaaaazi! STFU!

  • Bj Lincoln

    After the people in Maryland decided, the whole state is sinking into the ocean! The riots are not really about profiling or Freddy Gray. They are secretly about the destruction of the family! On my street alone, heathens are going house to house forcing ‘the gay lifestyle’ on every family causing them to fall apart! We are turning every gay so there won’t be any more children!
    Matt is a fucking moron.

  • Cuberly

    Ah yes, Barbwire, the place of wall to wall apocalyptic prophesies, global genocide and christianist revenge fantasies against the libs, seculars, minorities, non-believers, etc…

    That site is so scantily visited. The only time they have comments it seems is if it’s a racist article against the Prez or a gay bashing screed of derp.

    Oh look, here’s the latest. And a video!

    “Does ‘San Andreas’ Shine Prophetic Light on Apocalyptic Judgment?”

    Apparently the movie San Andreas is a prophetic vision of what’s to come. They’re all so charming over at Barbwire, what with their death cults and stuff. Oh and seriously, watch the video, I um won’t say why but, I couldn’t stop giggling.

  • Michael

    More “tolerant” “tolerance” from the side that keeps demanding we “tolerate” them.

  • Queequeg

    What took Matt so long? Was he stuck at an endless buffet for the past few weeks?

    • Kissmagrits

      Might be nice to see if one of us could grab the contract for the new suits he continues to outgrow.

  • Outlaw Woman

    Just a few historical points …
    I defy Fatt Barber to name even one “civilization” that fell because of homosexuality (or any other sexual freedoms).

    Secondly, they act as if the Roman Empire disappeared off the face of the earth …
    No, the Roman Empire may have broken up, but Italy, France, Britain, Switzerland, Greece, Romania, and Turkey are all still here, and really, the break up didn’t really start until Christianity was firmly in power as the official religion.

    • Delphini

      That reminds me of a scene in the Sopranos when a guy tells Tony the Roman empire fell and asks “where are the Romans now?” Tony the proud Italian responds “You’re lookin’ at ’em, asshole.” Made me laugh pretty hard (not that Tony’s actions in that scene are good or admirable…he was a nasty mobster).
      But really, all big empires tend to break up over time. It appears to be the natural course. Maybe running an empire isn’t really a good goal to begin with.

  • Dead Giveaway

    He’s looking fatter than usual. Nervous eater?

  • JCF

    Every time I see Barberella, he looks more and more like he’s re-channeling his desire for sodomy into gluttony. Very sad (as well as “Very SADZ”).

  • Gordon.

    “potentially leading to the end of western civilization as we certainly know it now, at least.” AND, THAT’S A GOOD THING.

  • Kissmagrits

    Yeah, Matt – – And I suppose that homosexuals didn’t exist before Joe McCarthy discovered a few in the 1953 Eisenhower State Department. Why don’t you write us a new cultural history history of the world so we might all know the truth. Then, present it to the Texas School Book Commission because they’ll buy just about anything for their state’s high school curriculum – as long as it supports God, Guns and the Flag. Oh, and you might confer with that stellar historian, the Very Reverend Scott Lively who penned a colorful account called “The Pink Triangle” in which he ties the entire Nazi regime to the hidden homos he claims were surrounding Hitler.

  • Emma Duncan

    let’s see, Ireland managed to make it through the potato famine, I’m sure that gay marriage won’t destroy it.

  • Oh the impotent whining of far-off wingnuts, what sweet music they make.

  • Looks like the Lord might be visiting Matt with the blessing of type 2 diabetes and fallen arches pretty soon.

  • And what makes him imagine that anybody in Ireland will take the slightest notice of him?