Friday, February 10, 2012

Stern on Santorum: "Throw him off the f***ing stage..."

Note: In this clip, there's 1 or 2 naughty words other than "Santorum".

14 comments:

  1. Great audio - Howard Stern is awesome.

    Just heard about this yesterday and sorry I don't have the video. Here's a link to an article about an impassioned speech defending gay marriage by a Republican in WA: http://www.thenewstribune.com/2012/02/10/2020204/walla-walla-rep-walshs-floor-speech.html

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  2. Well Stern isn't a Christian, Bachmann and Santorum are. Christians get charged with Bigotry all the time because they support God's Word... I have to tell you, Stern isn't going to judge me after I die, God is.
    Christians have nothing against being gay, there is no sin for being gay but there is against gay sex. That is in Leviticus 18:22

    It doesn't matter what era we are in time, God will never say because it is 2012, I guess gay marriage is ok now.

    Christ describes marriage in Matthew 19 between 1 man and 1 woman. In the Declaration of Independence it talks about our rights being endowed by our Creator, and nature and nature's God.
    So you have to understand where Bachmann & Santorum are coming from. They are supporting the viewpoints of the Founders and what is stated in Declaration.

    As for Ellen, and in being a Christian.. I think it was a shame the way people attacked her. She has every right to be a spokesperson for JC Penny.

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    1. But the rest of the rules in Leviticus do not apply to Christians? Explain that.

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    2. ScottG, first of all, the reference in the Declaration is to a generic creator, not to Yahweh. Last I checked, there were not quotes from Leviticus in our founding documents. Secondly, anybody who cherrypicks a bronze age text for a map of good living is truly not worthy of any respect. If you have actually read the book, you will find it overflowing with absurdities that you certainly do not follow.

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    3. Hey Scott G, go stone your naughty child to death with the town elders as it says in Deuteronomy... or do you just like to pick and choose your passages?

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    4. who gives a flying fuck about god and jesus???? why are people even trying to convince these religious retards???America is the laughing stock of the world!

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    5. exactly even a thought of another woman is adultery. Leviticus is old covenant. the new conversant of Jesus does not state anything against homosexuality. Adultary or same sex it's all the same. therefore Christians must accept everyone as sinners or they are not Christian

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  3. well ScottG. i assume you don't eat shrimp or any shellfish, since that's also a sin according to the bible. and i assume you don't drink wine or any strong drink, since that's also a sin according to the bible. if you eat shellfish or drink alcohol, then god will judge you as a sinner. you will go to hell--which is what i say to you should do.

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  4. It is the values taught by the Old Testament as guided by Christ, that Christians should follow, not being clever about specific circumstances described according to the time at which the books of the Bible were written.
    Traditional heterosexual marriage is designed to create a stable society and a stable family enviroment.
    If two men or two women wish to commit to a stable family life, then I believe they are following in the Biblical Tradition as much as a heterosexual couple.
    It is the values taught in the Bible which are important, not cursing people by abusing the language and picking the books apart to condone some and dammn others according to the whim of the readers predjudices.

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  5. Christians/Catholics/Muslims/Jews (whoever) that give a crap about gay marriage are just insecure in both their own sexuality and their lame parenting skills - filled with fear that their kids may 'turn gay' if exposed to such 'abomination' in society. Stop pointing to dated books as the rationale for expressing your baseless fears. In 50 yrs, our children and grandchildren will look back at the behavior and attitude of conservative politicians and religious bigots of today with great shame. Mind your own business and let people live their lives. Some of the most solid, loving relationships I have witnessed are between gay and lesbian couples. Can Newt or other conservative hypocrites in Congress say they are better, more compassionate/moral people? Move on people - many bigger issues in this world!

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  6. Go Howard Stern! U say what most of us feel. Please Howard, listen to this idiot Rick Santorum. The more u hear him speak, ur outrage will boil over!!

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  7. It is NOT the job of politicians to get into my personal business.The GOP decries personal freedom, well what I chose to do in my personal life is none of these creepy Republicans business.If I want to B on the pill, how is it anyone but my business.As long as I'm hurting no one, who cares.

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  8. Our country's government is based on the Constitution not the Bible. Santorum seems to have that fact backwards.

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  9. Im gay and the one thing I always feared was being hated just for being gay. When I came out to my high school 8 months ago that is what I feared most. But nothing happened. People didn't care that I was gay, sure there were occasional jokes, but it didn't really change who I was, because being gay is just a small part of who i am. I am going to join the Air Force after high school and serve my country. Even though there is plenty of hate by these Republicans. The one thing that brings me hope, is when I see someone, no matter their faith or political standing, stands up for what is right, not just what they believe. Our country has come a long way since its founding, but until we can learn to accept EVERYONE, we will never truly be the United States of America. I ask every single American to see past the hate, and come together, for a better country.

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