So Brad Pitt’s Mom’s Kind Of A Homophobe

July 6th, 2012 // 145 Comments
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“Dear, you’re smiling like a gay.”

Brad Pitt has been pretty open about rejecting his strict Southern Baptist upbringing which is fortunately what happens when you abuse your parental authority, including but not limited to threats of corporal punishment and/or putting your children out on the street, to force them to swallow bullshit that a sane person would immediately reject if not under duress. So it really should come as no surprise that his mom Jane Pitt wrote a letter to the Springfield News-Leader encouraging fellow Christians not to refuse voting for Mitt Romney because he’s a Mormon (I’m calling it now, this is what has already cost Romney the election.), but instead focus on the fact he’s gay for oppressing gays just like them:

But I think any Christian should spend much time in prayer before refusing to vote for a family man with high morals, business experience, who is against abortion, and shares Christian conviction concerning homosexuality just because he is a Mormon.
Any Christian who does not vote or writes in a name is casting a vote for Romney’s opponent, Barack Hussein Obama — a man who sat in Jeremiah Wright’s church for years, did not hold a public ceremony to mark the National Day of Prayer, and is a liberal who supports the killing of unborn babies and same-sex marriage.

Just so we’re all clear, Brad Pitt’s mom is endorsing a candidate who is directly violating one of The Ten Commandments: “Thou shalt have no other gods before me,” because he hates the same things she does. Which is really just a beautiful example of unconditional Christian love because if there’s one thing Jesus was big on, it’s shitting on the oppressed: “I tell you the truth, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me.” (Matthew 25:40) Okay, so that was a bad example, but Republicans want to gut welfare and Planned Parenthood which provides affordable, if not free, medical services for low-income families, so clearly The Bible instruct us to hate the shit out of the poor. That has to be the case: “He who oppresses the poor shows contempt for their Maker, but whoever is kind to the needy honors God.” (Proverbs 14:31) CHRIST. What kind of Commie drivel is this? Who wrote this thing? If it says rich people can’t get into Heaven, we should probably nuke it before someone actually reads this shit. There’s no way that ends well.

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  1. Dick Hell

    Just goes to show, you’re never too old or too rich to be embarrassed by your parents.

  2. Taylor

    I”m pretty certain in Missouri her views would be considered moderate. Missouri conservatives only talk to their guns.

    • EricLr

      He ain’t lying there. Missouri is a pretty southern state. Combine that with a little Appalachian crazy streak in the Ozarks and southeast, and it’s quite a petri dish of batshit loony.

      • USDA Prime McBeef

        Having been born and raised in the rolling hills of the Mizzura Ozarks, I agree wholeheartedly with the above.

        Hating the homos and having sex with your bible in the missionary position is pretty much all there is do there.

  3. HeDoesn'tExist

    This world would be a better place if people would just realize god does not exist.

    • Dog-Doo Snowcone

      To paraphrase Mencken nobody ever went broke betting on the stupidity of the masses, something religious leaders have known for a very long time.

    • Maybe yours doesn’t. Just sayin’

    • @HeDoesn’tExist : Everybody knows god doesn’t exist. Very few have the balls to admit it in public.

    • Eddie Baby

      Yes godless places like North Korea are much better than the alternative.

      • Jesus H. "Tapdancing" Christ

        North Korea isn’t godless, the difference is their god (Kim Jong-un) is actually visible.

      • FYI, Eddie Baby, I completely agree with you that the “alternative” to godless North Korea is a God-fearing land, truly ordained by the Almighty, which reveres religious scripture above all else, and where the laws are God’s laws, so that awful, liberal secular courts have no voice.

        It’s called Saudi Arabia. Your flight boards in 15 minutes.

    • YoMama

      eugenics is the answer, there’s a godless philosophy. half the world would be gassed, including homosexuals since they don’t breed.

  4. EricLr

    Gallieanonians 2:4: “A lo my followers, ye shall build a golden calf and call it “Corporation” and worship it verily!”

    I think that was in there somewhere.

  5. Tom

    And the Angry Internet Athiests in 3, 2…

  6. rican

    “killing unborn babies” yes that sure is an extreme and embarrassing thing to say.

    • Wayne

      Which part of that is not true?

    • Josh

      I first read this as unicorn babies. I thought she was even crazier than the rest of you.

      Seriously though, there is no such thing as an “unborn baby”. Until *it* has been born and is separate from it’s mother’s body it is still just a fetus. We can quibble about trimester al we want, but nature has drawn a nice clean line: birth.

      • brad

        hence you define humanity by proximity?

      • Wayne

        That’s why people don’t get sad when they can’t carry a baby to term. it’s just a fetus. No life there. I get it now. Thanks for clearing that up.

      • brad

        for this is why late term abortions are performed by pulling the legs out first. and leaving the head inside the mother. so when they kill, they are only killing “it”. if the head were to leave the canal, it would be deemed born and therefore the “it” [magically] becomes a “baby”, and therefore murder occurs. humanity via proximity. here we have just a thing, worth nothing, thrown in a garbage can. 4 inches the other way, all of sudden, it’s a human being worthy of life and protection of the law. amazing the mental gymnastics needed to come to these conclusions.

        Until *it* has been born and is separate from it’s mother’s body it is still just a fetus. – Josh

      • Abby Normal

        Sorry to interrupt but if we can be serious for one moment. Are unicorn babies born with a horn? Seems like it would be better for Ma unicorn if they grew the horn later.

      • rican

        Thanks for the clarification josh, stupid me thinking that because the unborn has legs, arms, torso, beating heart, and really looks like a baby, it is not a human being, it is just a fucking fetus.

      • Billy Graham

        All I know is babies are super tender and cook up real nice. Throw in some grilled mushrooms… YUM!

      • The fact that it is called a foetus until it is born is medical terminology. The fact that you clarified that to mean ‘just a fucking’ foetus – ie worthless because it does not have the title ‘baby’ is your own problem.

        The fact that so many people also only give a fuck about the foetus/baby until it is born, after which they no longer give a rat’s ass (especially if it grows up to be gay, a democrat, or an abortion supporter) says an awful lot about the logic – or lack thereof – that’s used in such thinking.

  7. Smapdi

    Ugh, another post-bait topic. Trying to recuperate the weekly numbers because of the July 4 slowdown or something?

  8. brad

    So, from my simple-minded understanding, Christians should not use government to force Christian views in regard to sexuality, but should use government to force Christian views in regard to poverty alleviation? Yea. Because that makes sense. i guess this is why I despise liberals and conservatives. And usually a Bible verse has context which surrounds it. Just a thought.

    • Gee, is there a Bible verse that deals not only with hypocrisy, but also encompasses deliberate disingenuousness and perhaps even outright stupidity? Huh, bet it’s in the Book of Brad.

      • brad

        all im doing is asking for consistency. you can either base policy on scripture, or you can’t. both sides tend to pick and choose from the Bible what they wish to promote their specific political view. i advocate complete separation from religion. hence, i can’t legislate the Christian point of view of homosexuality [what conservatives want] anymore than i can legislate Christian views on poverty alleviation [what liberals want]. and this makes me a hypocrite? and stupid?

      • Poverty alleviation isn’t a Christian view, it’s a human view. The golden rule goes beyond scripture.

        Just because something is written in the bible does not mean the ethics do not exist without it.

  9. BlackAndWhiteMinstrel

    When people stop believing in God, they don’t believe in nothing — they dress up like tools to sit through Spiderman.
    GK Chesterton

  10. Scott

    I’m an agnostic, but I think this site needs to lay off the religion bashing. It’s boring.

    • Is that like being bisexual? Commit to something already!

    • Ishmel

      For sure. I like this blog but wow Mitt has been in the spotlight a while now and I watched a video where Anderson cooper ripped into a preacher for ripping on the Mormons for the “no other gods before me.” thing. I can’t believe how dumb people can be. In cool with anti Mormons if they hate the Mormons for a reason but when you have to use made up words and creat new ways of thinking in order to say someone dosnt believe on god your as crazy as people who think baby’s arnt baby’s till the government can audit them for taxes.

  11. Brit

    Since when were Southern Baptist women permitted opinions of their own?
    She should stick to what she knows best: not gathering sticks on the Sabbath, although she’s violating the wearing of two types of cloth in this photo, the punishment of which is “death”

    • brad

      my mother, grandmother, and aunts are all southern baptist women. they all have strong opinions of their own. and wear at least 3 types of cloth. my mom even has an ipod filled with creedence. oh my.

  12. Me

    I LOVE the Superficial… and it’s posts like this that keep me coming back!

  13. El Jefe

    That is what cracks me up about Republicans, they are utter and complete morons. They claim to be devout Christians but they are are the first ones to want to run to war and murder people. Thou shalt not kill ring a bell anyone?

    Then they don’t want abortions or contraception, but when you have people that follow their crap and have 50 million kids they can’t afford, they they don’t want welfare or any kind of public assistance for these people. If you don’t want to pay for these kids, stop fucking telling people to have them morons.

    The ones that crack me up though are the ones that live in some alternate reality where they whine about social programs and then they are either on them or have immediate family members that are. The best are the poor ones that vote for people that cut programs they are on or need.

    • brad

      and how many shooting conflicts has obama gotten our military into since entering office as the anti-war candidate?

    • Just one small thing. How about showing restraint when it comes to having kids you can’t afford to raise? Why should I (or anybody else) pay to raise a kid we did not conceive? Gotta love those households with 3-4 kids with 3-4 different fathers to those kids. Sweet deal once a month when the state sends out that check.

      Yeah, mistakes happen. How about raising that mistake and not making the same stupid mistake again? It’s not my fucking kid.

      At least gay couples are spitting out kids like fucking donuts.

    • Only a naive individual thinks there will never be conflict. it’s not a democrat or a republican thing. Grow up.

      • brad

        hmm. i dont recall thinking that there would never be a conflict. i do recall obama saying our military would only engage in conflicts that were a direct threat to the security of the United States. and then i recall Libya. i suppose this makes me naive. and i need to grow up. thank you eric, for your life-changing on-topic wisdom.

      • Obama said what he had to say to get elected. Once he got in, I’m sure he realized that nobody wants a weak President, not even the liberals who say they do and that getting out of a conflict is much easier said than done.

        You’re welcome.

      • Ray

        We didnn’t send jack to Libya. Obama was meticulous about that, and caught a lot of international flack for it which the conservative’s ignored. France ran the show. Our lame ass got showed up by the French and you dumb fucks spin it like it was another Afghanistan. We let France clean up what your God on Earth Reagan started, and didn’t have the balls to finish. Now grow the fuck up and turn on the news… And pay attention.

      • brad

        Did i mention Afghanistan somewhere? Perhaps you should pay attention. Or at least read that portion of the Constitution which cedes war powers to Congress and not the President [regardless of the proximity to France]. Or you can just dismiss everything with some more colorful language like a real grownup.

      • El Jefe

        Please refresh my memory on when Iraq and Saddam Hussein threatened us or attacked us? Exactly how many weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq?

        Exactly how many of the hijackers were from Afghanistan? How many of the leaders were from Afghanistan? When did the government of Afghanistan declare war on America and how many Afghani planes were in our airspace, boats and submarines off our shores and troops on our borders?

        Stay in school, education matters.

    • “We’re a capitalistic society. I go into business, I don’t make it, I go bankrupt. They’re not going to bail me out. I’ve been on food stamps and welfare—did anybody help me out? No.” – Craig T. Nelson

  14. Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie William Alvin Pitt Jane Pitt 84th Annual Academy Awards  Credit:
    Veronika Larsson
    Commented on this photo:

    Wow there is a strong physical resemblance between Brad and his Mom. It’s so clear in these photos.

    As far as the abortion issue: if a woman doesn’t have total control over her body, she’s not a person but property.

    Same-sex marriage: It’s a human rights issue. All consenting adults should have the right to marry the person they love.

    End of discussion.

  15. fm

    screwed up that bible quote from matthew 25:40

  16. The Right

    It’s normal and healthy to work out the your personal issues you have with your parents. However, if this blogger would tone it down in his writing, the blog would be improved.

  17. Ruth

    Oh for f-sake, they’re not unborn babies, they’re fetus’s.

  18. Kodos

    Never knew a queer that didn’t have serious mental/emotional/social issues. Whether that led to their “lifestyle choice”, I don’t know and don’t care.
    You will never get people to think that queers are in any way “normal” or “natural”. They aren’t. Whether you believe God put us together that way, or Nature did. Queers do not exist in the animal kingdom.
    Far too many of these “social adjustments” the queers insist upon is not about their desire to live “normal” lives, but to express their disdain for traditional instituions like the church or the nuclear family; hence they have to call their “union” marriage. Also, they want to flaunt their freakish, unnatural behavior in societys’ face as much as possible.
    Keep off the political/social playing field, people. You are more outside the realm of normality than you think. Just stick to the pretty play actors in HollyWeird.

    • mismy

      I don’t want to live on this planet anymore. Fucking ignorant mindsets outweigh the people who use intelligence & forward-thinking to TRY to keep our species alive. If “queers” are what grinds your gears, you honestly don’t know anything about anything

    • Dr.J.Fever

      It is OK now. It’s the 21century you can come out of the closet.

    • sitsdeep

      You are weak, intellectually and emotionally. IMO you dont have a drop of spirituality. Even if you are a troll, the above still applies.

    • “Queers do not exist in the animal kingdom.”

      Uh … yeah they do. Where the fuck have you been?

    • Hugh Evers

      You’ve identified the problem but povided no solutions. How do we deal with so many of them? I’ve got them in my family, as next door neighbors, I’ve even worked with some. Can the church make them normal or are you more inclined to drag them behind the pick-up?

  19. prolapsimusmaximus

    I come here for tits and ass. Take this political talk to The Huffington Post or some other shitty site.

  20. Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie William Alvin Pitt Jane Pitt 84th Annual Academy Awards  Credit:
    Commented on this photo:

    I thought Jesus said some stuff about divorce and adultery, but Jane Pitt’s apparently cool with her son’s ending his consecrated marriage to shack up with a twice-divorced woman, or at least cool enough that she’s okay posing for pictures with him and his adulterous whore.

    What’s that? Baptists are okay with divorce? Whatever. I guess that as an agnostic, I never understood how people claim the Bible as the Ultimate Truth, but then pick and choose which parts of the Bible they follow. Or how abortion (never explictly mentioned in the Bible) and homosexuality (never referred to by Jesus) became the touchstones of “Christian values,” while loving thy neighbor and assisting the poor and needy, which the Bible has Jesus going on and on about…eh, not so much.

    Also, that National Day of Prayer thing that Jane Pitt takes pains to single out: didn’t Jesus also say something about praying in private, and not “as the hypocrites are…that they may be seen of men”? Again, whatever.

    • brad

      and a quick question from a libertarian baptist [yea i know]. did Christ speak of people helping the poor as individuals or did he speak of using legislation to force people to be “charitable”? [which is interesting because i don't see how you can force someone to volunteer.] Christ never advocated force as a means of realizing his principles. something both sides fail to consider.

      and yes. i am a hypocrite. baptists are hypocrites. Christians are hypocrites. people are hypocrites.

      • Well, Jesus didn’t say anything about having the government ban abortion and same-sex marriages, either. When people insist that America is a Christian nation and that it should be governed by Christian principles—as Jane Pitt and so many of her ilk are clearly doing—it’s fair game to ask why they don’t include all of Christ’s teachings in that.

      • It’s also fair fucking game to ask any of them if they’ve ever read the First Amendment to the Constitution. Because if they actually have, then the next question is why they’re advocating shredding that document, as well as everything the founding fathers had in mind in creating this country, to warp it into a theocracy. The last question is, of course, is, after all that, whether they still consider themselves Americans and patriots.

      • brad

        Absolutely 100% agree. Now. Can you remain consistent? That also means I should be free from my income being seized in the name of “fighting” poverty because our president says it’s the Christian thing to do. Or that this group of people shouldn’t pay higher rates; because it’s what Jesus would have wanted. You can’t advocate a partial theocracy.

    • Inmate 12236969

      You’re correct Protestants to pick and choose parts of scripture. They also believe Faith Alone (Sola Fide) and Scripture Alone (Sola Scriptura) that is nowhere taught in the Bible. Jesus founded one holy catholic and apostolic Church. Notice the small c in catholic. For the first 1500 years of Christianity there was only one Church the Catholic Church.

      If a person is Catholic or Orthodox they know that Jesus gave us ONE Church not the Bible. The Church gave us the Bible so Catholics and Orthodox get our teachings from the Church and the Bible.

      As for homosexually and abortion they fall under the Ten Commandments. Jesus said, “I’m not here to take away the old law; I’m here to fulfill it.”

      From the Catechism of the Catholic Church about homosexually:
      2358 The number of men and women who have deep-seated homosexual tendencies is not negligible. This inclination, which is objectively disordered, constitutes for most of them a trial. They must be accepted with respect, compassion, and sensitivity. Every sign of unjust discrimination in their regard should be avoided. These persons are called to fulfill God’s will in their lives and, if they are Christians, to unite to the sacrifice of the Lord’s Cross the difficulties they may encounter from their condition.

      So people that think that Catholics or the Church teaches hatred towards homosexuals is misguided or lying.

    • Aquila89

      Oh, yeah, Matthew 6:5-6: “And when you pray, do not be like the hypocrites, for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and on the street corners to be seen by men. I tell you the truth, they have received their reward in full. But when you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray to your Father, who is unseen. Then your Father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.”
      There’s National Prayer Day for you.

  21. I remember Jesus saying “The meek can go fuck themselves” Matthew 5:2.

  22. Its unfortunate that Christians don’t support gays in the US. I am an American currently living in an Islamic country and you should see what they do to “non-heterosexuals” here. I can promise you they don’t just hurt their feelings or deny them a marriage license.

  23. Eddie Baby

    God, gay marriage and abortion. This thread is hitting on all cylinders.

  24. kimmykimkim

    I’m not even going to read this but I’m pretty sure the Pitt family is from Missouri. Of course she’s a homophobe. And even more so if she isn’t forced to accept a gay kid. My family is from Texas and filled to the brim with homophobes. Of course, they all know that I am bisexual (or in their eyes, 100% lesbian) but they’ve been forced to accept it. Therefore, it’s not that big of a deal anymore. However, I AM female, so I’m curious to see how this pans out when we get a gay boy in the family.

    • Inmate 12236969

      Texas filled with homophobes! Have you been to Austin?

      • Austin’s full of hipsters, which is arguably worse.

      • Well, at least in Austin, kimmy could try to hook up with a chick without worrying about getting stoned to death. (The bad kind of stoned, kimmy. The bad kind.)

      • sitsdeep

        Holy Moly! don’t let anything bad happen to Kimmy, I adore her.

      • kimmykimkim

        Hahaha! TomFrank! We have lots of gay people in the Dallas area though, obviously. And of course there’s less stigma when you’re a girl ’cause, well, people don’t automatically associate butt-sex with girl sex. It’s that butt sex that really bothers people, and the fact that a man is taking it up the butt…well, people don’t like that thought. I say who gives a fuck what people put in their butts!

      • Ah, so funny considering some of the things I’ve done with my ex.

        If only the homophobes knew how much ‘butt sex’ a lot of straight guys get. And just how much they love it. Ha!

  25. Boo

    Same sex marriage is kind of an oxymoron, though. Marriage is practically defined in almost every civilization ever as man+woman, due to it being to facilitate procreation, NOT recognize love.

    Even “gay-friendlier” ones like the Greeks or the Romans did not consider man+man as a marriage and had a different word for it, which is telling IMO.

    And I don’t see why “love” should warrant extra rights for anyone, gay, straight, bi, whatever. I do see why the states would invest in two people likely to give them future tax payers (aka kids).

    • Bees

      Well, originally marriage was nothing more than the selling of property. A father, selling his daughter off. And since that’s not the case, anymore, that means the definition has changed. Therefore it seems like it can change once again to change same sex couples. And really, what does procreation have to do with marriage? There’s plenty of married couples who CHOSE not have children. Should they not have the right to be married?

  26. Thomas

    It’s a free country (for now, at least). The letter in question expresses the lady’s opinions in a calm and rational manner. She is ENTITLED to her opinion, folks. There are a lot of very reasonable people out there who have a problem with the idea of same-sex marriage, and homosexuality. And just because they do does not necessarily mean that they are full of hate. Brad’s mom may or may not be full of hate, I dunno. But I wouldn’t say she was just from the contents of her letter. Some of the comments on here about the letter are a pretty good example of why some people kinda get worked up about what they call the “gay agenda”: molding public opinion in their favor. Is it even POSSIBLE for a person to express a negative opinion regarding homosexuality without sounding like a nutcase nowadays? Apparently not. But when people are in opposition to the idea of redefining “marriage” to include members of the same sex, and thereby giving the word a meaning that it has never had in recorded history (until now, that is), and they can’t even express an opinion on the subject without everyone tut tutting and saying “shame on her”, then yes, I’d say something is a little out of whack. But not with Brad Pitt’s mom…

    • Did you think you were at fucking Get the fuck out of here with your clear and cogent arguments.

    • “Brad’s mom may or may not be full of hate, I dunno. But I wouldn’t say she was just from the contents of her letter.”

      Right. When people refer to the President as “Barack Hussein Obama” and reduce his entire belief system to supporting gay marriage and “killing unborn babies,” it’s always done out of love. Not hate. Oh, no no no.

    • She is entitled to her opinion, yes. Free speech doesn’t mean there aren’t societal repercussions for what you say. It just means the government can’t silence you. The rest of us are free to tell you you’re an ignorant asshole.

    • Porkpie

      Of course she’s entitle to her opinion, you dumb fuckwad. But it isn’t any different from her condemning blacks, and we’d sure as hell be speaking out against that. The right to an opinion doesn’t mean you can’t be called to task for that opinion. Stupid turd.

      • Just Nate

        What the hell is wrong with you? Seriously, dude: you’re making a fucking fool of yourself here. Even by Internet standards, your replies are over the top and retarded…

  27. Pat C.

    People have misunderstood Matthew 19:24 .
    See, in those days they didn’t have machinery to make really fine needles. So the eye of a needle was about 6 feet across. So it wasn’t easy for a camel to pass through it but it wasn’t that hard either. I think they had “camel needle passing” competitions as a prelude to gladiatorial combats.

    • sitsdeep


    • Porkpie

      Actually, that verse was mistranslated. Rope was made from camel hair, and it should have said “rope” instead of “camel.” That’s just one of the many poor translations rampant throughout the bible, a book written by men with many prejudices and outdated opinions and morals. God had nothing to do with this poorly translated, poorly understood book.

  28. Brooke

    Spreading hate via Christianity, that’s fantastic. God is rolling in His cloudy grave (which sounds fluffy and kind of nice, actually).

    • brad

      Spreading hate? These are some the comments directed towards the people who seem to have atypical thesuperficialdotcom beliefs…who are then in turn accused of being the hateful ones:

      These assholes… / quite a petri dish of batshit loony / Hating the homos and having sex with your bible in the missionary position is pretty much all there is do there / I thought she was even crazier than the rest of you / She should stick to what she knows best: not gathering sticks on the Sabbath, although she’s violating the wearing of two types of cloth in this photo, the punishment of which is “death” / they are utter and complete morons / you dumb fucks spin it like it was another Afghanistan / Now grow the fuck up and turn on the news / Sure, you homophobic fucking bigot / The rest of us are free to tell you you’re an ignorant asshole / you dumb fuckwad / Stupid turd /

      Oh, and this gem from porkpie.

      Bible believers are some of the most willfully ignorant people around. I have absolutely no respect for them. Anybody willing to believe such outrageous lies and myth as truth does not deserve to be taken seriously. I believe they should be barred from marrying because they might breed and bring forth even more stupid, brainwashed idiots into the world.

      With the exception of Kodos, I didn’t see this type of language or “hate” streaming from the Christian side. Of course, in my experience dealing w/ the progressive forward thinkers, not agreeing with them is often tantamount to hate, so I guess that’s a no-win situation for us simple folk.

  29. satan666

    There is a separation of church and state for a reason. The two have no business being together. We are not a christian nation, we are a free nation. It clearly states in the bill of rights you have freedom from religious oppression. That doesn’t mean you have the freedom to pick which ever department of Christianity you’d like. Religion should have nothing to do with who you should pick as president. If it did you should question if you really want a president who believes the bat shit crazy story the Mormons believe in. All religions are almost exactly the same all they are is a way to guide people on how to be a good person. Aesop’s fables would do the same thing. The only thing religion has over Aesop is the answer to what happens when you die. But no one knows that,

    Abortion is a population control tool. The world is already over populated and frankly there are a lot of people out there who should not be having kids. The amount of people on welfare and other government funded aid programs who fall into this category is astounding. You have to pay out the ass and basically be a perfect person to adopt a child but if you can have one on your own, no background check. If places like planned parenthood were better funded it would be easier for girls to get contraception thus needing abortions less and most of all not having a fucking child at 16.

    Gay people are people they deserve rights, corporations are not. Christ never said anything bad about gays, he did have a few comments about the very wealthy though. None of them were good. If I had to guess Jesus wouldn’t be a very big fan of Mitt, he is incredibly wealthy, he got there by stepping on his own people and he believes a fucking ridiculous story that says Jesus visited Missouri. I think Christ would find that story pretty interesting. Religion is no excuse for bigotry stop hiding behind it and just come out and say the hate speech you’re really saying.

    • brad

      this is hilarious. first, you apparently have the authority to say what should or should not be someone’s basis for voting. and that people shouldn’t use religion. or whatever. but then that eventually leads to well, ya know, Jesus wouldn’t like Mitt because he’s rich or something. hence. use religion as a basis to vote, as long as you are voting in my direction. so. mr satan, do you find this interesting?

      • Sand

        You confuse and put together on one side what should be the ideal situation with on the other side the argumentation that uses religion’s, in this case christianity’s, own weapons to show where they go against their own religious beliefs.
        Not that such faulty reasoning isn’t expected from you.

  30. sitsdeep

    “It appeared to me obvious that the happiness of mankind should be the aim of all action, and I discovered to my surprise that there were those who thought otherwise.”
    Bertrand Russell

  31. Porkpie

    Bible believers are some of the most willfully ignorant people around. I have absolutely no respect for them. Anybody willing to believe such outrageous lies and myth as truth does not deserve to be taken seriously. I believe they should be barred from marrying because they might breed and bring forth even more stupid, brainwashed idiots into the world.

  32. Brandon

    If she thinks Romney is against abortion, and/or same-sex marriage she doesn’t know shit about him.

  33. Christine Jorgensen

    @Porkpie: any love for buddhists, muslims, hindu, sikhs jews etc etc? They all have somewhat similar views which are generally against homosexuality, and they all (to varying degrees) adhere to “outrageous lies and myth as truth”. The Dalai Lama himself has some very eye-opening things to say about homosexuality, and not very accepting things either. Want to read something interesting? Have a look at wiki’s “GLBT Rights by Country” and see how many countries, regardless of their religiosity, only made homosexuality legal within the last decade or two. And for the record, my personal favorite “stupid, brainwashed idiots” are the ones who make prejudiced, reactionary blanket statements against entire groups of people who they hate…

  34. terry

    Business experience is great but the economy we have is nearing 16 trillion dollars(GDP). So there are lots of people doing incredible things out there.
    But what dumbfounds me is how the financial sector created the debt, can’t do a fucking thing about their mess so they toss it on Obama. Obama is suppose to fix their fuck ups when they on Wall Street said they didn’t want government intervention,
    Sorry folks but you are fucked because there is no fixing the shit we’re in because it was a bubble that drove the high end economy before the crash of 2008. And to get back to where we were means we’ll have to have that bubble back.
    If you don’t think so then give me a suggestion for a “SOUND” economic policy that can match that fucking multi trillion bubble we just lost.

  35. Guest

    So who doesn’t support same sex marriage is a homophobe? LOL, these are the times, when the real tolerance of far-liberals shines through.

  36. Brad Pitt Angelina Jolie William Alvin Pitt Jane Pitt 84th Annual Academy Awards
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    I’m all about equality but “homophobe” is such a stupid label. Oh you dont morally agree with a gay lifestyle, therefore, you check under your bed for Richard Simmons before you go to sleep at night? Stupid.

  37. Dr. Wilson

    Good for her! I’m tired of seeing the public let the media say what is right/wrong and allowing gay/lesbians to become a norm. It’s like letting a person with Schizophrenia or Alzheimer’s walk around with no medical treatment. It is obviously they suffer from a chemical imbalance in their brain and should receive proper treatment. Look up brain scans of straight people compared to homosexuals you will see a difference in the brain. Facts are facts sorry (no really) if you disagree.

  38. Goddamn, that’s actually a pretty nuanced religious argument there, Fish!

    Of course Jesus said you should treat everyone well in no uncertain terms. It’s unmistakably there in the New Testament. The most aggressive we’re told to be is to knock the dust off our shoes as we leave town, apparently. And yet we’ve still had 1,700 years of rape, torture and murder by orthodox “Christian” churches (which didn’t really exist until 300 years after the crucifixion). It must be it’s OK when they do it, I guess. I’m not that up on it, but I don’t remember Jesus saying anything to that effect, ever.

  39. God

    What a sick, twisted bee-yotch. Thankfully, she’s a disgusting old bag of bones and will be dead imminently.

  40. My sister is gay. I love her very much. She has “issues” and I’m glad she can’t marry her partner. I don’t like her partner. I don’t like anyone who threatened me behind my sister’s back I don’t have a problem with gay people just her. I also try to be civil because I don’t want my sister to have to choose between her partner, or us. And, I do not like actors who are political activists/advocates. They think they shit marble, and their views are the right and only views to believe in.. Evergybodyelse is stupid and unsophisticated like right out of the movie Deliverence. Just because Brad has alot of money, and is famous doesn’t make him right all the time And, for him and all the others like him, just because you wear thick rimmed glasses doesn’t mean you are smart. They wouldn’t let me post this on yahoo. I don’t care what other gay folk do. I’m just worried about my sister. And, one more thing, celebrities can reach millions of people shoving their views on just about any subject,. Where as me and you the average person cannot.

  41. WTF??

    No wonder Brad hooked up with Angie to teach his old bigot coot of a mother a lesson. She was involved in a lesbian fling and that surely get’s his old goat of a mother heated around the collar.

  42. etr

    Mormons are Christians. Crisis averted.

  43. cmac

    If you don’t want people to have abortions, does it make sense to get rid of Planned Parenthood so poor people can’t get contraceptives? Makes no sense.

    If two people love each other and treat each other with respect, why does it matter what gender they are?

  44. Julie

    Mormons only worship one God. Might want to fact check.

  45. YoMama

    since our government recognizes heterosexual church sanctioned marriages i think they should also recognize civil unions, offering the same governmental benefits. That power should ultimately be decided by the state thou. A marriage is a religious sacrament, why are homosexual fighting to use that word for it when they want to form a union. thats like me, a 35 year old male fighting for my right to call my next birthday a Bat mitzvah.

  46. Jim Jones

    Didn’t it come out that this was not actually Brad Pitt’s mom, but someone else with the same or similar name?

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