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Jerry Falwell and The 700 Club’s Accu-Wrath Weather Forecast

May 15th, 2007

In honor of Jerry Falwell’s recent passing, I thought I’d post Bill Maher (aka, Dallas Trinity) delivering the accu-wrath weather forecast in the opening skit from Real Time last week. Quite funny.

Falwell was the worst kind of hypocrite, one who hid behind the guise of christianity and regularly used its worst attrubutes of biblically based hatred, intolerance, and bigotry (among other things) to a true art form. He apparently knew his creator so intimately, that when asked to comment on the 9/11 disaster shortly after it happened, he (and fellow idiot Pat Robertson) claimed the United States had “insulted God and lost divine protection.” Hopefully he’s enjoying his theoretical heaven, a place where he can be himself, with other intolerant fundamentalists from the south.

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  1. Jen
    May 15th, 2007 at 16:50 | #1

    Hey, wait a minute, are you still Christian?  You’re judging him just like you say he’s judged others.  The guy just died, have a little respect for his family!

  2. May 15th, 2007 at 17:25 | #2

    I try not to label myself with descriptors of any kind, most especially those of a religious nature. A “brotherhood of man” type of agnostic-humanist might be kinda close, but I hate labels.

    I’m quite certain the Falwell has quite a few people who believed in him and will eulogize him in a positive way, but there is always another side to a story.

    The guy called Mohammed a terrorist, said that without any shadow of a doubt that the terrorist acts of 9/11 were brought on by his almighty as punishment for accepting homosexuality, outed Tinky Winky, supported W in his reasoning that God actually inspired him to attack Iraq, said things like:

    “I do not believe the homosexual community deserves minority status. One’s misbehavior does not quality him or her for minority status. Blacks, Hispanics, women (my italics), etc. are God-ordained minorities who do indeed deserve minority status.”

    I’m not really judging the guy, I’m judging his actions. He would have been a very interesting dinner guest to be sure, but he stood for a biblically based intolerance that I don’t want to have anything to do with.

  3. Rebecca Boston
    May 19th, 2007 at 20:58 | #3

    Right ON Brother.  Right ON!  Just because someone dies, can we not say what we think of them?

  4. May 19th, 2007 at 21:13 | #4

    I found it quite funny that Bill Maher in his “New Rules” segment last night, said pretty much the same thing of Jerry. Click here to watch it.

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