Red-Caped Catholic Loons Taunt Students [VIDEO]

The red-caped Catholic loons of Tradition, Family, & Property decided that the best way to convince college students to oppose hot hot homo marriage was to confront them with bagpipes and comparisons to incest. The students reacted as you’d expect, therefore demonstrating their hatred of White Jesus and the freedom of speech. Watch below. TFP openly advocates for replacing the US government with a “papal theocracy.”

  • And yet if you criticize them, they’d label you anti-Catholic.

    • Gustav2

      As a Lutheran pastor’s son, ummmmm…..

      • Well, as someone raised as a Lutheran, I know about the “special relationship” between Catholics and Lutherans.

        • Gustav2

          …but some of my best friends are Roman Catholic.

          • MDB

            Many of my best Episcopalian friends were once Catholics.

          • Steve Teeter

            One of my oldest friends is pure Italian-American, and his mother was once concerned about his relationship with the Catholic Church. He told her, “Don’t worry, Mama, you raised me right.”

            Atheist, that is. And gay. She was quite a lady, I’m sorry she’s gone.

        • Soren456

          When I was 13, I started having “special thoughts” about one of my Catholic friends. Is that the same thing?

    • eyechart

      To which I’d say, “Fuck yeah, the Catholic church has made me the man I am today…a gay atheist!” Well, not the gay part, but for sure the atheist.

    • BrandySpears

      Yeap. Like the loons who scream “Islamophobia” to protect their favorite fundies.

      • Well, you can criticize Islam without hating Muslims. You can criticize Catholicism without hating Catholics. More often than not, in my experience, those criticizing Islam are slathering on a whole lot of hate for all Muslims in the process.

    • vorpal

      When people criticize them, they retreat into a little circle and scream, “AGGRESSOR! AGGRESSOR!” repeatedly until the criticizers get bored and wander off.

      If you haven’t seen it, it’s utterly hilarious and has all the testicular fortitude of a whiny three year old whose ice cream fell on the pavement. Definitely worth checking out on their other videos.

      • Also I love how the WBC always published their protest schedule
        while these people just show up with no prior announcement and then film everything so they can selectively edit after.

        • vorpal

          Fuck yes. They love to rile people up with their hateful rhetoric, and when people – many of them marginalized their whole life – actually respond with anger at their demand that they be treated as second class citizens – they’re like, “DURRRR look at how unhinged LGBT people and their supporters are!”

          Fucking nutjobs.

      • StraightGrandmother

        oh yeah you’re right, I remember those videos, “Aggressor, Aggressor,” they were so pathetic, like little children, “Mommy, Mommy.”

  • LovesIrony

    see if your cape and your god really work, jump off a roof and fly,,,god wants you to.

  • HomerTh

    Idiots left comments open on that video. HINT

    • I noticed that too. Almost seems like low-hanging fruit though. Like kicking a kid wearing a special helmet.

      • Cuberly

        ….or a red “kick me” sash.

    • Johnny Wyeknot

      Looks like they have scrubbed them. All positive which seems unlikely.

      • 2guysnamedjoe

        The writing style suggests the same two or three writers.

      • David F.

        That doesn’t stop you from down voting all the comments and down voting the video.

        • Adam King

          I flagged the video for hateful content.

  • Michael Smith

    “Never give up fighting for God’s marriage.”

    I would hope that an all powerful being wouldn’t need my help. He’s in a hell of a lot of trouble if he does.

    • teeveedub

      “Beg, bitchez!”

      – God

    • RJ Bone

      It says their god will “marry” his church.

      Assuming there are any males in that ceremony, and non-practicing homosexuals even, does that mean god is going to… gay marry?

    • CPT_Doom

      While meeting with Kim Davis, who’s been married 4 times and is the moral equivalent of a gay person, according to the church.

      • Chucktech

        And Agent o’ the LORD Kim Davis doesn’t hold the Catholic Church in high regard, either…

    • Eric in Oakland

      I didn’t know God’s marriage was in trouble. Is he getting a divorce? Will he have to pay alimony?

  • delk

    Where’s a drunken teen suffering from affluenza when you need one?

    • Princess Lardass

      Apparently stuck in Mexico.

    • Acronym Jim

      That was so wrong. Have an upvote.

    • Gerry Fisher

      You’re a very, very bad man. You inspire me.

    • kaydenpat

      Tut tut tut. I rebuke you in the name of White Jesus.

    • If people fought for wage fairness, affordable housing, Veterans rights, educational standards, adequate food for all and other TRUE civil injustices as much as gay marriage…America would be a utopia

    • james_from_cambridge

      Since he’s in Mexico, perhaps we can send Lindsay Lohan in a garbage truck filled with cocaine their way.

  • Richard

    Nothing more than a better dressed version of Fred Phelps, the dead guy from Westboro Baptist Crazy Family

  • Johnny Wyeknot

    Nothing like horns honking to bring me closer to Jesus.

    • Bob Conti

      Every time a horn honks,an angel gets its wings.

  • Judas Peckerwood

    Talk about a gang of self-loathing closet cases…

    • barracks9

      Methinks they’re quite creative in dealing with each others’ hate-wood.

  • Octavio

    O, fer fuckin’ major YUCK’s sake. Burn those catlick witches at the stake. And be quick about it!

    • Silver Badger

      As everyone knows the Holy Orthodox Church is the only true Christian Church, you must of meant heretic instead of witch. And yes indeed, the Lord God finds the scent of burning heretic to to be sweet!

      • Octavio

        Speaking as one who does not believe in such nonsense, these children are practicing witchcraft. What else can it be? Enough of this stuff about Hera and her ticks. Hera’s facial contortions were the result of drinking too much cheap wine.

        • Silver Badger

          I find it amusing to explain to the thumpers they are nothing but heretics. They turn such lovely colors.

          • Octavio

            Fighting Jeebuzz with Jeebuzz? Sounds painful. :-/

    • witch

      Ouch ….. 😉

      • Octavio

        Well, there are exceptions. Obviously. 🙂

  • Sam_Handwich

    the best thing to do is ignore them

    • Sam_Handwich
      • nocadrummer

        What a f-cking annoyingly long commercial! Over 2 minutes of commercial for less than one minute of show. It might as well be broadcast TV!

    • Point, laugh, and then continue on your way. It is especially annoying when people try engaging when they don’t know what they are talking about and thus only serve as a convenient clip for these people.

  • RJ Bone

    Aww, they’re SO CUTE! I just want to pinch their cheeks (right off).

  • Marc

    We don’t hear about Asherah that much any more. I wonder what She is up to?

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    Honking a horn like that is noise pollution.

  • sikkentarred

    “Imagine if we had more Kim Davis’s.” I’m so fucking tired of this hag’s face already.

    • Ragnar Lothbrok


    • barracks9

      10 – 20 years ago, this brand of Catholic wouldn’t piss on the Kim Davises of the world if they were a pile of burning white trash in their way.

      • Wynter Marie Starr

        The funny thing is the evangelicals I know don’t consider catholics real christians.

        • paganguy

          When I was being dragged to services at an Assembly of God church in Florida (which had a certain entertainment value thanks to the tambourines and speaking in tongues), the minister used to refer to Catholics as dolly worshippers. I had no idea what the hell he meant.

          • Wynter Marie Starr

            That’s a new one for me. One of their objections seems to be that there is a pope. I get a kick when they talk about other sects as cults. With no sense of irony whatsoever.

            Speaking in tongues. It would be a cold day in hell before I exposed a child to such nonsense.

      • BillyDee4

        It’s purely a marriage of convenience. If either group ever takes over the US, the others will go up in smoke.

    • Cattleya1

      And we’ve lost Mr. Blackwell – I would have loved to have read his year-end deprecation of her ‘décolletage’.

    • Grimes

      I stopped and laughed when I heard him call her “that lady” – at first was shocked they didn’t give her more respect, but then remembered this is the catholic church and it’s full of misogyny.

  • Princess Lardass

    “…we met a lot Americans who feel betrayed by the Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of same-sex ‘marriage.'”

    Seriously! Fuck off, you piece of shit!

    • witch

      Even more Americans approve the Supreme Court’s ruling

    • Eric in Oakland

      Just because they “feel” betrayed doesn’t make it legitimate. I mean, there are also stalkers who feel betrayed by Madonna when she doesn’t return their offers of undying love. They should get professional help for their delusions of persecution and stop obsessing over the personal lives of strangers.

  • Ragnar Lothbrok

    I don’t think that one girl understood the pedophilia question.

  • Alan43

    Aren’t the bagpipes an awfully phallic instrument to use at an anti-LGBT protest. Doesn’t having men there playing bagpipes kind of undercut their message?

    • witch

      When I think bagpipes, I think men in kilts and we all know they aren’t wearing undies, praying for strong winds.

      • MDB

        Those wussies aren’t MAN enough to wear kilts authentically.

        • Steve Teeter

          When a very young Prince Andrew was being dressed for a ceremonial occasion in Scotland that required him to wear a kilt, his aides tried to convince him to step into a pair of underpants. He said, “Papa doesn’t wear them!” That settled that, of course.

  • Bob Conti

    I went to the YouTube site and was sharpening my pen when I just said, why bother? They and the other commentors are just too engrossed in the RCC dogma to even be open to a differing viewpoint. I’m open to theirs; they can believe whatever they want. Just keep your damn nose out of other peoples’ business. Come out to Southern California and see how much support they get.

  • barrixines

    “Action packed tour” – cut to three dorks standing in the road by a strip mall with dubbed in car horns.. White knuckle stuff that.

  • Ninja0980

    You just know these people are self-oppressed and secretly want to have sex, whether it’s straight or gay but don’t want to anger their sky daddy.
    Thus they are lashing out at those who don’t worry about such silly things.

  • Leo Tallant

    “Never Give Up Fighting For God’s Marriage”

    God is married??? Who knew. . .

    • olandp

      And here I thought the Virgin Mary was a concubine.

      • Silver Badger

        No, she was a free spirit until Joseph made an honest woman of her.

        • Octavio

          Wrong again. She was just an unfortunate teenger who was caught off guard in the desert and made a spode victim.

      • witch

        At the time, she would probably be stoned , so if I was in the same boat I would of lied looks a rug.

    • Circ09

      Polygamist even. All those nuns wed to their God.

    • JesterRedPanda

      my question always is, why bother praying? if god is all powerful and all seeing, then he’ll do what he damn well wants to do. Any action on the part of the believer is to presume to know god’s ‘mysterious plan’. lol

  • Dana Chilton

    Biblical marriage = 1 man + 1 woman slave + 1 woman slave + 1 woman slave+ 1 woman slave……..

    • witch

      And the odd goat when no one was looking

  • McShane

    “Imagine if we had more Kim Davis’s to stand up and fight.”

  • Ogre Magi

    Of all the christian groups, these guys are the dorkiest

    • TuuxKabin

      They remind me of the door to door Mormons in Mexico. In appearance. At least you can close the door on them.

      • RoFaWh

        The momos make me laugh. They outfit their “missionaries” (aka unpaid shills) in white dress shirts, slacks, and a tie, and then wonder why they don’t get the respect they used to. Why? Because today that is the uniform of The Man and induces fear and loathing, not respect and subservience.

        • TuuxKabin

          The first time they came to the door I asked them if there was a mistake. I didn’t ask for any caterers.

      • BillyDee4

        My cousin’s wife here in Tecate is a Mormon. I met one of her American missionaries. He is hot. I hope to do a little converting myself.

    • Eric in Oakland

      It’s the Harry Potter cosplay that makes them look so dorky. I almost expect to see a sign about resisting lord Voldemort. Maybe someone should yell “expelliarmus” at them…

  • olandp

    “If you scream and raise your voice, you’ve already lost the debate.”

    No, you have lost the debate, the Supreme Court said so. Done. Over.

    “Is pedophilia right or wrong?”

    I’m not Catholic, or a priest… so, wrong.

    • Paige Turner


  • DirtyPierre

    What a hack! Reading from a stone tablet no doubt. Self aggrandizing bigotry, that fucking horn is as annoying as he is.

    • olandp

      Not to mention the bagpipes, or as I think of them torturing a cat.*

      *I do not condone the torture of cats, or bagpipes for that matter.

      • Octavio

        I hate bagpipes. Much rather hear the dulcet tones of a didgeridoo. Here’s ten hours of it. Enjoy. 🙂

        • TuuxKabin

          I spent two days learning to play a god damned didgeridoo, came home with the damned thing, went to practice and the tone must bother dogs’ ears, ‘cuz my pooch barked at me, jumped at me and nipped me on the ankle. Threw the fuckin’ thing out. Didgeridoo, not our dog. Not our sweet TuuxKabin.

          • Octavio

            Ahh, that’s sad. The poor didgeridoo.

      • paganguy

        I’ll just leave this here. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find a version with the actual performers…

  • Octavio

    “Please Jeebuzzzz . . . . .

  • Baby Dave

    The ancient Greeks were literate philosophers and scientists who discovered atoms long before there were microscopes, planetary orbits long before the telescope, and performed complicated surgeries long before the laproscope.

    Then came the christians, who plunged us into the Dark Ages, so called because everyone forgot how to read for a thousand years.

    If it hadn’t been for these fucks, we’d be in spaceships exploring the fucking universe by now.

    • Kelly Lape


      • Bill

        Don’t scroll without typing “Amen”!

    • Bj Lincoln

      The Roman Catholic Church destroyed tons of information. They burned librarys full of science and math and threw mankind into an age of ignorance. They believed if you had a bad tooth, it was the devil or punishment by God for something you did wrong. It was illegal to pull teeth or most any kind of doctoring. This lead to the witch hunts. Women who knew basic plant medicine and healing treatments were often saw as evil and they were prosecuted as witches. The Pagans call this The Burning Times. It was a sad time in human history.

      • TuuxKabin

        And sometimes, Bj, I fear we’re headin’ back to such times. I know “it gets better” but sometimes it’s hard to see thru the ignorance thrown up in everyone’s face, day after day. I’ll try to keep the faith and come here to JMG for reinforcement everyday. MUAH.

      • Doug105

        The first red caped loon,

    • Raising_Rlyeh

      While the secondary two are true it would be very generous to say that they discovered atoms. While Democritus did come up with the idea of the atom they didn’t actually discover atoms.

      • FredDorner

        Correct. In fact Democritus’ notion of an “atom” doesn’t align well at all with what we call atoms. His real contribution was the philosophical notion of an indivisible unit of matter which more closely aligns with leptons or quarks than atoms.

      • Baby Dave

        Lucretius’ On the Nature of Things discusses the concept as well.

    • Highollow

      That’s bad history. The “Dark Ages” theory is a myth. Japan and Australia never had christianity, so why were they not working on their inter-galactic empire when we came into contact with them?

  • Kelly Lape

    In America, we have laws protecting religious freedom. We grant organized religiouns the right to convert children, as well as the dead.

    To listen to any organization proclaim “Gods” anything is to deny anyone who disagrees with them our right to worship God as we see fit.

    This issue isn’t about homosexuality, it’s about conformity with the church. We do not have to conform to any religious doctrine, because our ancestors fought and won wars to protect us from religious intolerance.

    My point is to find the strength not to yell at fools. If you feel you must engage them, play the God card. Remind them that your personal relationship with God supercedes their beliefs. For myself, since I know God approves of my homosexuality (because why else would I be gay?) – I happily proclaim that to deny my homosexuality is to deny the wonder of God.

  • Acronym Jim

    You know who else wears red capes?

  • So people give them money to drive around and hold these little protests. Well whatever floats their boat I guess. And of course they always edit their video to only show what they want to show.

  • TampaZeke

    You’ll notice that they only offer people an option for showing that they AGREE with them. They don’t ask people to do something to show that they DISAGREE with them.

  • anne marie in philly

    “TFP openly advocates for replacing the US government with a ‘papal theocracy’.” – NO FUCKING WAY!

  • Cuberly

    They’re deserving of the same reaction one exhibits walking past the Lyndon LaRouche table. Shaking your head, maybe let out a laugh or a giggle, then say, “what a waste”.

  • bambinoitaliano

    God’s marriage? Urmmm Jesus was born out of wedlock, not a hymen was broken. None of the bullshit these liars purported on a traditional marriage.

  • JustSayin’

    Not only did their “god” never get married, but he raped a 15 year old virgin while invisible, then stuck her on a donkey in July to cross a great expanse of desert. Finally making sure she ejected his spawn in a amidst the animal shit filled hay in a noxious manger…..for which he paid her with incense…talk about a cheap trick…..he could have at least left a coup!e of silver shekels as a tip after using her like a whore.

  • jomicur

    So we’re supposed to believe that guy is a student?!

  • Bill

    Such complete and total fools. With or without the capes.

    To see young men so thoroughly poisoned by this absolute horse shit kind of makes me sad for them. They were indoctrinated into this lifestyle, they weren’t born like this.

    I don’t fear them, I don’t take them seriously, I don’t want to shut them up.

    I just want to tell them that when they are old men, with only those red capes to keep them warm at night, they will regret their wasted lives.

    Poor fools. They are only living out what the people they respected as children taught them they must believe for the promise of ‘eternal life’ or ‘eternal burning in hell’ if they do not. They are victims of religious foolishness, and will pay the ultimate price for it: wasted lives.

    Pretty capes, though.

  • MDB

    Just what “fight” are they “fighting ? It looks more like a Reality Show for
    Red-Taffata loons.
    “If I thought you were a tree, would that make you a tree ?”
    “Is pedophilia right or wrong?'”
    The stoooooopid, it buuuurrrns.

  • MDB

    Just what “fight” are they “fighting ? It looks more like a Reality Show for
    Red-Taffeta loons.
    “If I thought you were a tree, would that make you a tree ?”
    “Is pedophilia right or wrong?'”

  • Robert Conner

    Often it’s the little things that are the most revealing. These sanctified pricks are just a reminder that religion generally, the “Abrahamic” religions in particular, are totalitarian and fascist to the core. They literally demand thought control:

    “But I tell you that anyone who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart.” (Matthew 5:28)

    Thoughts and feelings are crimes. To think and feel normally constitutes criminal activity. No wonder these people are fucked up and the society they’ve created is fucked up. Our sacred text for the day:

    “For there are eunuchs who have been so from birth, and there are eunuchs who have been made eunuchs by men, and there are eunuchs who have made themselves eunuchs for the sake of the kingdom of heaven. Let the one who is able to receive this receive it.” (The Gospel of Saint Matthew 19:12)

    I thoroughly support a literal reading of this verse. I strongly advocate that these good Catholic boys go home and receive castration into their lives. I believe they’d be better people for it! Can I get a witness??

  • nycmcmike

    The Bible doesn’t condemn homosexuality. There are only 5 or so references which can be used against gay people:

    1) Genesis
    It’s a condemnation of gang rape.

    2) & 3) Leviticus
    This is part of the Holiness Code, and not the Moral Code, which means it has nothing to do with morality and is meant only for the Jews. The term translated to ‘as with’ means bed every other time it’s used in Leviticus and when Paul referred to this passage (see my Corinthians comments) he wrote bed. There’s also no way any Hebrew term can be translated to specifically mean “as with” since there are no Hebrew terms for words like “as” nor “with”. The term used for abomination can only be found to convey ritual transgressions and the term for a moral transgression was not used.

    4) Romans
    It’s a clear cut condemnation of Pagan idolatry. Both gay and straight sex rituals were used in their idol worship. There’s a good reason why homophobes only give the “for this reason” part without giving the reason.

    5) Corinthians
    Paul stated “male bed” and “soft” (as in morals or fabric – this term is never used to mean some sort of mannerism.) The meaning of the two terms has been lost to history, all we do know if Paul was referring to that Leviticus passage. This passage was condemning masturbation instead of homosexuality less than 100 years ago. Before that, in the 16th century, it was condemning pedophilia and in the medieval times it was pimping.

    Jesus mentions homosexuality as least twice, if not three times. He refers to gay men as born eunuchs in Matthew 19, one of the 3 types of men not made for marrying women. When Jesus met a gay man, via the Roman Centurion trying to heal his ‘pais’, He said of him, “Never have I seen faith greater than this.” Neither time does he condemn. There’s also research that “raca”, when He states “Whomever calls his brother raca..”, is the word we have as the f-word today.

    • JCF


    • Grimes

      While no longer a christian, watching For The Bible Tells Me So helped me come to terms with my sexuality and my (at the time) faith. These are all addressed in that documentary.

      Another that I can still visualize is the man talking about the ‘sin of Onan’ – a man who ejaculated outside of a woman and was punished. At the time they thought all life was in semen and that the woman had no role (other than incubation) in creating life. With instructions to build the tribe (to fight against other tribes) he therefore wasted life by not putting it in the woman.

  • Paula

    What’s with the capes? That is so 1850s.

    • witch

      To many vampire movies

      • Paula

        Oh, that explains it.

  • Chuck in PA

    I doubt the woman questioned, seriously, wouldn’t have a problem with her child having a sexual relationship with an adult. I have to wonder what was going on there. Strange.

  • Gerry Fisher

    Last I heard, you could still participate freely in “god’s marriage.” Sooo…what are you “defending” again?

    • kaydenpat

      Bigotry needs defending, I guess.

  • Cattleya1

    Just exactly what is god’s marriage that they are fighting for? Is that where god got a mans wife pregnant with himself? Maybe where one of his patriarchs gets his wife’s handmaiden pregnant? Could it be where good ol’ Moses passes his wife off to Pharaoh as his sister? Would it be the hundreds of wives (and concubines) that David, Saul, and Solomon had?

  • The red-caped Catholic loons

    Problem is they are not loons. They are the activist wing of a very old homophobic church.

    Am I crazy for wishing rainbow caped “NALTs” would protest the Catholic Church policy on gay rights once in a blue moon? Why do I feel like that will never happen in my lifetime?

  • Biblical marriage: 1 man + as many wives, servants, concubines, and slaves as he can afford to purchase. Why ‘purchase’? Because according to the Bible, women are literally a man’s property.

    Biblical divorce: 1 man saying, “I divorce you. Get out.” (Mind, supposedly that Jesus fellow said men should stop divorcing so casually, especially since in his religion, a divorced woman was banned forever from marrying anybody else.)

    As for their pedophilia question? Yeah, it’s wrong. Horrible. Evil. Tell your Catholic priests to stop raping kids and the hierarchy to stop protecting the kiddy-rapers.

  • TheSpinMonkey

    If they do not like gay marriage then it is easy – don’t marry a homosexual. They want the laws to reflect their beliefs. How does my marriage impact them at all?

    Nutters the bunch of them!

    • Gianni

      We all know it doesn’t impact them at all. They won’t call it hatred, but that is just what drives them to want to keep gay people as much under their boots as possible. When we are legally equal to them, that hatred becomes even more virulent. They are going to fight tooth and nail to turn it all around and get their hatred of us legally reestablished. After all, it’s what God wants. Just ask any of them.

  • Gianni

    Turning the clock back is a very difficult thing to do. This “God’s Marriage” crap is just that – crap. Marriage is man’s creation. It was in existence long before the Bible and it most definitely predates any Christian claims to the contrary. These morons can keep ‘fighting’ and arguing the merits of God’s Marriage all they want. Neither court nor legislature is going to change what is now legal marriage equality and negate/reverse all the marriages of gay couples and all the other associated legal/governmental conditions without a federal constitutional amendment. And even that, by virtue of the fact that it would discriminate against a particular segment of the population and remove an already protected right, would likely be found to be unconstitutional. I was reading where Tennessee is hoping to start the process and bring enough other states along to begin the amendment process to the Constitution. It ain’t gonna happen, kids. The process is long, complicated, and too many of the fifty states will not sign on to the required verification process. Equal marriage is not anywhere near hated by the general public as it is hated by you guys – God’s Christianista.

  • kaydenpat

    And who exactly would live under a Catholic theocracy? If that’s what they want, they need to move to the Vatican.

    • Gianni

      Back in the sixties, the nutcases were crying the same thing claiming that if Kennedy became President he’d have the Pope ruling us and telling us what to do. Even as a kid, I realized they were nuts.

      • FredDorner

        The difference is that Kennedy supported an absolute separation of church and state, while TFP wants their peculiar paramilitary version of a theocracy.

  • Of course they don’t recognize Protestant marriage either.

  • FredDorner

    Note that TFP is a rather nutty Catholic paramilitary cult based in Brazil. They even once plotted to assassinate Reagan and the Pope. And they’re seriously obsessed with gays.

  • Raising_Rlyeh

    I always love when these conservative freaks show up at UW-Madison.

  • pleasebereasonable

    Too late…..

  • Qwertyy650

    Gee, here’s a thought. If you don’t agree with SSM, don’t get gay married.

  • david fairfield

    That was quote unquote painful to watch. Is anyone else sick to death of the quote unquote?

  • Boss Dave

    The TFP’ers all look like Marmalard and Neidermayer from Animal House.

  • BobSF_94117

    Red Loon road trip… can you imagine the angst in those motel rooms?

  • Eric in Oakland

    There are more self-loathing repressed homosexuals than at a JONAH meeting.

  • ExGayTherapyKills

    Where were these Catholic loons of Tradition and Family when the Catholic priest were raping and abusing their children.

  • Paige Turner

    They need to be handled a little differently. You can lose your cool with these lunatics. They use the same old arguments about pedophilia and incest. Just keep them to the topic and don’t answer the questions that aren’t relevant. Broken record technique works perfectly with them.

    Keep going back to the subject. Agree with them and eviscerate them. They can disagree with whatever they want but the law is the law.

  • NancyP

    Too funny. The loon doesn’t consider the likelihood that the honks mean “get out of the middle of the road, jaywalker” or “you piss me off, get out of my face”, not “I read your sign and agree”.

  • Dale Snyder

    I posted:

    “I’ve read the good book, and god’s marriage is overwhelmingly polygamy, and that’s an indisputable fact.
    Let’s see how long my comment stands.”

  • neverevernosanity

    I want to steal one of their signs. :3

  • joe ho

    And support for abortion in all or most cases is now up to 58%. They’re losing that one, too.

  • Tigernan Quinn

    Cussing at these people just gives them what they want – that’s why they’re there, getting all the media footage they can. Confront them, challenge them, stand in their faces, but we don’t need to be violent (unless they’re advocating violence for us in the moment, then by all means, have some fist).

  • Skokieguy

    To everyone who says the fundy haters are dying out, don’t forget about groups like this.

  • DN

    Well these guys have answered the question of where the Moon came from. It’s actually the chip from their fucking shoulder.

  • BudClark

    Catholic schools need to bring back the woodshed and the razor strop.

  • M Jackson

    Next week, the Virgins For Jesus will do better to campaign “flip us the middle finger and spit on us if you support traditional marriage.” In the not too distant future they can adopt the tactic “try to run us over if you support traditional marriage”.