Christian broadcaster: Ebola could cleanse US of atheists, gay people, and sluts

Or maybe it’s a plot by Obama.

http://mobile.rawstory.com/all/2014-08-07-christian-broadcaster-ebola-could-cleanse-us-of-atheists-gay-people-and-sluts#1

Why just these? Why not other sinners, such as, for instance, warmongers, hatemongers (but maybe that’s getting a little too close to home), etc?

Some are more understanding

In the category of drowning out Terry Jones by singing (see “The good and the evil: The good” posted earlier, some people are more American than anti-Muslim.  See http://www.upworthy.com/a-boy-makes-anti-muslim-comments-in-front-of-an-american-soldier-the-soldiers-reply-priceless?g=2. Of course, New York may be somewhat special. (Chassidic women offered to shop for Arab neighbors who were afraid to go onto the streets after 9/11/2001). (Thanks to Sounak Ghosh Roy for pointing this out to me.

And the clergy do love the children (Roman Catholic version)

Priest Puts Blame on Some Victims of Sexual Abuse
By SHARON OTTERMAN
Published: August 30, 2012
A prominent Roman Catholic spiritual leader who has spent decades counseling wayward priests for the archdiocese provoked shock and outrage on Thursday as word spread of a recent interview he did with a Catholic newspaper during which he said that “youngsters” were often to blame when priests sexually abused them and that priests should not be jailed for such abuse on their first offense.

So the First Amendment applies only to Christians?

Bryan Fischer, chief spokesman for the Family Research Council, has come up with the unique theory that The First Amendment applies only to Christians. “He has said that American Muslims should be banned from the military and that Mormons, let alone Muslims, should not enjoy First Amendment protections because these are reserved for true Christians.” He also has a theory that homosexuals built the Nazi Party. See http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/10/05/romney-on-stage-before-controversial-speaker/and many other news items. This one is The Caucus in NY Times , Oct. 5, 2011, by Erik Eckholm.