Thursday, November 20, 2008

Also available: KKK Gay-Away Spray

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[full description here] Assembles in just minutes! Includes simple instructions and requires only a screwdriver. The cross is compact when not in use. And of course, it's weather-proof.

Decorate this holiday season with the Original Christmas Cross to remind your friends, family, neighbors, and all who drive by your home, office, or church of the real meaning of Christmas.
Weatherproof! Isn't that handy? Don't you hate it when you burn a cross and rain or wind puts out the fire? I thought the crucifixion thing was for Easter, not Christmas. hmm. There are some things that this would remind your friends of (and enemies too... don't want to leave anyone out) (inclusive... yeah): 1) a typical night out for the KKK, 2) there's no way this house voted for Obama, and 3) get off my lawn.

This item is from the American Family Association, which is real big on the fundie issues, especially teh gays. They sell many things including DVDs which are designed to make people paranoid that gays are taking over. One is called "HATE CRIMES, Are You Next?"
A retired Christian couple were subjected to an 80-minute interrogation by police after the couple made a polite complaint to their local council about its 'gay rights' policies, which included making pro-homosexual literature available in public buildings.

It could happen to YOU.
The Hate Crime is a police interrogation of people making a "polite" complaint! The video costs $7 and only lasts for 10 minutes.

click to enlargeEven worse than that one is "They're Coming To Your Town," and the cover looks a little derivative of Yellow Submarine, except they missed the point of it. See, bleak, gray and fearful is Bad, colorful change is Good. Blue Meanies!!! Here's part of the description, sounds like a bad movie or after school special on a family cable channel, or a variation of Invasion of the Body Snatchers.
Residents of the small Arkansas town of Eureka Springs noticed the homosexual community was growing. But they felt no threat. They went about their business as usual. Then, one day, they woke up to discover that their beloved Eureka Springs, a community which was known far and wide as a center for Christian entertainment--had changed. The City Council had been taken over by a small group of homosexual activists.

The Eureka Springs they knew is gone. It is now a national hub for homosexuals. Eureka Springs is becoming the San Francisco of Arkansas.
Love that last line. Who woulda thunkit? There's a trailer for the DVD at the link.

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