Nevermind, Those Were My Words After All
Now Crazy Marion says he was in fact quoted correctly, and he now apologizes. As if that will erase the other interesting things Crazy Marion has said, or his business dealings with a butcher like Charles Taylor.
The 75-year-old religious broadcaster has made controversial statements in the past. In October 2003, he suggested that the State Department be blown up with a nuclear device. He has also said that feminism encourages women to “kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism and become lesbians.”
I still find it troubling to see the thought process employed here by a man who is seen every day by millions of the Stepford flock. Even today, he said:
"I spoke in frustration that we should accommodate the man who thinks the U.S. is out to kill him."
What kind of defense is that? If someone thinks the United States is out to kill them, Crazy Marion thinks that we should accommodate them and throw the Ten Commandments out the window?
The next time anyone on the right challenges the morals, veracity, or stability of any administration critic, including Cindy Sheehan, remember the relative positions here between Sheehan and Crazy Marion.