Kris Weberg | September 18, 2004
Ah, that delightful Jimmy Swaggart:

"I'm trying to find the correct name for it ... this utter absolute, asinine, idiotic stupidity of men marrying men. ... I've never seen a man in my life I wanted to marry. And I'm gonna be blunt and plain; if one ever looks at me like that, I'm gonna kill him and tell God he died."

Note that this speech was part of a sermon.

Anthony Lewis | September 18, 2004
All he'll do is ask God for forgiveness. Just like he did when he slipped and his penis fell into the vagina of that UGLY UGLY UGLY hooker.

Melissa Erin | September 18, 2004
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