Written by shea lo
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Topics: Barack Obama, sperm

Friday, 20 August 2010

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Ask any atheist what belief in imaginary and non-existent gods means and to a (wo)man they will say:

"Religion has been the curse of mankind."

Depending on what one believes in this is either the wisest assessment of why men behave as they do or an explosive challenge for the ruminating sheep. Any wonder why the "faithful" are referred to as a "flock"?

Then there's the sex-obsessed Rev. Frank - son of Daddy Billy who can't seem to go beyond his obsession of sperm.

When asked America's most burning question (nope - not the economy; or the oil spill or poverty or other important issues) "Do you believe Obama is Christian or Muslim"? this is what sperm-obsessed Frankie had to say:

" Obama's problem is he was born a Muslim."

And how can one identify religion by blood group?

Here's idiot Frankie on biology-hematology-DNA:

"The seed is passed through the father." [Do tell!]

Spermie-Frank goes on:"He was born a Muslim. His father was a Muslim; the seed of Muslim is passed through the father like the seed of Judaism is passed through the mother. He was born a Muslim; his father gave him an Islamic name."

Yup and the seed of stupidity is passed through the insane evangelist "Christian" father to the equally idiot son. And the idiot son begat the idiot son who begat the idiot son.

We get it!

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