Monday, February 06, 2006

Offended religionist demand ban. Guess who?

Crazed religious fanatics offended by an insult to their prophet. Nope, not Muslims this time, but once again the tedious American Taliban of Christian fundamentalism. The brainless and brain-dead at the so-called American Family Association are demanding that a future episode of the show Will & Grace be pulled. They say it is offensive to their religious sentiments.

According to the AFA (which ought to mean American Fundamentalist Asses) the show "mocks the crucifixion of Christ" and will "further denigrate Christianity". Like their Muslim counterparts they are demanding that the show be pulled and that local affiliates refuse to show it. After all the affiliates wouldn't want turban wearing mobs gathering outside the station. Ooops, sorry I got my fanatics confused.

The big government conservatives at World Net Daily claim the show will guest star Britney Spears as a host of Christian TV network cooking show entitled "Cruci Fixin's."

The AFA, based in that thriving metropolis of Tupelo, Mississippi has gathered the born again battalion to man the barracades in the "culture war." The head mullah at AFA, Don Wildmon, says that "NBC is clearly mocking the Christian faith." Not as if that is hard to do. If you really want to mock Christians give Don Wildmon and other crazed fundamentalists time on TV to show their true colors.

The show they are protesting does not exist. It has not been taped. It has not even been written. Apparently this plot line was discussed but never finalized. NBC said: "The reference to 'Cruci-fixins' will not be in the show and the storyline will not contain a Christian characterization at all."

Of course the Right-wing is claiming a "victory" for their side. Much in the way mentioned in my article below on the misnamend Liberty Counsel. They took credit for forcing a school to include the song Silent Night in a Christmas show when the show included the song right from the start. This time the Right is claiming that NBC "has decided to remove a segment... that would have been highly offensive to Christians."

Mullah Wildmon took the credit for himself: "Plainly put, NBC heard from their affiliates that they did not want to go through another Book of Daniel situation while losing millions in advertising revenue." Mullah Wildmon is sure that his power is the reason that a script that wasn't written doesn't include what he didn't want in it. Ah, but the mullah is not nearly as powerful as this little blog.

I have a list of things I don't want in lots of shows that haven't been written yet and I am assure that they will not be in the shows. I did not focus on just one show but thousands. In fact I'm so powerful that I've stopped the plots not only from appearing in non-existent scripts but in non-existent scripts for shows that don't even exist. Top that Don!

Now we just need to get the press to report that the show will instead feature a cartoon episode of Mohammed, Jesus and Moses having a ham sandwich at Hooters!

By the way: the guy with the bad suit and the smirk, on the Far Right above, is Mullah Wildmon.


Blogger GodlessZone said...

Am I the only one to think thus? Doesn't Wildmon remind you of Donald Duck?

February 08, 2006

Blogger Publius II said...

heh...more like elmer fudd i think.

February 08, 2006


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