Insane Nebraska Woman files suit against all homosexuals

You can’t make this shit up. You have to go and read the suit.

But I have to offer some destructive criticism of the piece. First off Ms. Driskell it’s ‘and’ not ‘an’. I’m sure the clerk’s office is having a good giggle over that one.

Second I have to ask, how does one become an Ambassador for both the big kahuna God  and his so called son Jesus Christ. Or Jesus H. Christ if you prefer – the H. standing for homosexual – after all Jesus was the one who allegedly asked his disciples to leave their families and go with him. And he hung around with 12 guys. I mean come on – plus the fact he was allegedly 33 years old when crucified and unmarried. In that time and that culture when the mean lifespan was 35 or 45 years if you weren’t married by age 33 there was something wrong with you.

Now here assertion that Romans 1:28 was the cure – here’s what it says:

1:28 And even as they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind, to do those things which are not convenient;”

Now I have to define reprobate – it’s a long one but several relevant parts:

  1. 1.
    an unprincipled person (often used humorously or affectionately).
    synonyms: rogue, rascal, scoundrel, miscreant, good-for-nothing, villain, wretch, rake, degenerate, libertine, debauchee; More

    informal,cad;
    “a hardened reprobate”
  2. 2.
    Christian Theologyarchaic
    (especially in Calvinism) a sinner who is not of the elect and is predestined to damnation.
adjective
adjective: reprobate
  1. 1.
    unprincipled (often used as a humorous or affectionate reproach).
    “a long-missed old reprobate drinking comrade”
    synonyms: unprincipled, bad, roguish, wicked, rakish, shameless, immoral, degenerate, dissipated, debauched, depraved;

    archaicknavish
    “reprobate behavior”
  2. 2.
    Christian Theologyarchaic
    (in Calvinism) predestined to damnation.
verb

archaic
verb: reprobate; 3rd person present: reprobates; past tense: reprobated; past participle: reprobated; gerund or present participle: reprobating
  1. 1.
    express or feel disapproval of

As you can see – most of the more derogatory definitions have their root in Calvinism. I’ve often said I wish I had a daughter and lived in his time so I could forbid her to marry him. John Calvin was an asshole.

Then she goes into Genesis 9:24 when Noah just knows one of his sons looked at his junk.

I’m not going to post anymore of her diatribe. You can go read it for yourself.

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