The Creationist Threat

With all the issues facing the world, this has to be the silliest thing to write about!

Nazis and creationists, don’t worry about Islamic-Imperialists or North Korea. It’s those creationists and Nazis that are a danger!  The European debt crisis is not important, just KKK snowmen in Idaho or some park in Kentucky.

How can anyone take Chuck seriously?


64 Comments on “The Creationist Threat”

  1. Beeduwine says:

    Ah, It’s that time of the month. The creationism posts correlates with Chaz’s menstrual cycle.

  2. Speranza says:

    I don’t believe anything coming out of that fatass’s mouth.

  3. My Little Ponytail says:

    But the GZ mosque…

  4. gulf says:

    Spoken like a true commie …

  5. My Little Ponytail says:

    BTW, here’s the actual story.

    http://www.kentucky.com/2010/12/02/1548034/creation-museum-to-get-wooden.html

    It’s tax breaks only, not tax breaks and cash, as Chucky claims.

    Idiot.

    And the justification is straight out of the liberal manual: it’s going to create jobs. Can’t have that one both ways, Chuck. You either support boondoggles on the theory that they’ll create jobs, or you don’t. Not just proggy boondoggles.

    • Daedalus says:

      Chuck left out the rest of the story!

      Figuers!

    • mattm says:

      Because this is the first time any group asked for tax breaks to build something. This has never been used for stadiums, office buildings, parks, warehouses, manufacturing, etc. in the past. Right chuck.

      • My Little Ponytail says:

        And the justification is always “jobs”. Chuck just doesn’t like it when his own petard is on the other foot, or something like that…

    • Basement Cat says:

      I think all boondoggles are a waste, doesn’t matter who they’re for.

      Anybody who thinks boondoggles are a good thing, should go ahead and apply for tax breaks to build a Basement Cat Museum.

      ///

  6. koedo2000 says:

    LGF is a shill site now and deserves all the ridicule it receives.

    Chunk is predictable and consistent in his determination to ‘get even’ with the ‘Right’.

    Pam G. really put a scrambling to Chunk’s brain and psyche.

  7. BuddyG says:

    Why didn’t Noah swat the two mosquitoes ?

  8. Overlook says:

    What does it matter what the fantasy theme is for a fantasy theme park? The Magic Kingdom does no harm with its imagineered world. Why should a theme park on the Bible God’s imagineered Earth be any different? It’s all Make Believe. I suppose that a full-blown Gnostic theme park would have to be disallowed an Orgy ride, but the Greek Creation and Other Myths theme park would be great fun. Titans, Prometheus, Orpheus, Daedalus. How about a Little Green Footballs Theme Park: the great double-back loop-the-loop Haunted House with extreme right-wing Republicans, Screeching Harpies and Glen Beck ghouls, the Hockey Stick jump, the Wrong Ideas hall where the Great Lizard lurks…
    As for State dollars being used for a Christian Theme Park: it may give better returns than state dollars being used to subsidize green energy business in answer to the prayers of the AGW Save-the-World Tabernacle.

    (Ahem, no offense to the faithful, but I’ll take the smacks as this was too good to resist.)

  9. halman says:

    In chuckies reality. Anyone that believes in God belongs to a “dishonest Christian group run by fanatics”…

    • buzzsawmonkey says:

      Yes, I was noticing that; “dishonest Christian group run by fanatics.” Kind of gilding the lily, there, piling on the superlatives.

      • A guy with actual degrees in hard sciences. says:

        Lucky for Chuckles that there’s nothing “fanatic” about his kooky, evangelical form of anti-religious extremism.

      • wolfie says:

        It’s the Shrieking Chubbo!

      • Lily says:

        Yes all the Christian’s are taking over!
        Millions will die!

        Good grief! He should just go ahead and name the damn site ‘Litte Green Atheist Balls!’ No one can believe in God because then they will take over the world…well except Islam. Then for once he might be honest. Doubt it though.

        The man is an idiot!

    • PeteP says:

      That’s what I was thinking. In Chuck’s world, it seems all Christians or anyone who believes in intelligent design is a fanatic.

  10. vagabond trader says:

    Personally I’d rather see tax breaks go to such devoutly religious pursuits as federally funded abortion,the agw scamarama and worthy programs like cash for clunkers.///

  11. dwells38 says:

    Wait. Aren’t most theme parks based on nonsensical fantasies such as cartoons? LOL!

    • wolfie says:

      Sure. Busch Gardens got some nice tax breaks many years ago to put a park in Williamsburg, VA. Their most famous ride back then was “The Last Days of Pompei.” You went crashing through a bunch of pagan temples with idols in them.

      Oh nooooes! The establishment of religion!!!

  12. johnny molecule says:

    When it’s a Democrat governor, the title says ‘Kentucky’. fat fuck

  13. buzzsawmonkey says:

    “…promoting the nonsensical fantasy that Noah’s Ark existed in the real world.”

    —from thread head

    Some people claim that there was a Great Flood of Laughter in the past, and that all subsequent humor is derived from the risibilities preserved in Noah’s Sarc.

    Other people claim that humor evolved naturally, over a long period of time, that Noah’s Sarc never existed, and that what we know as sarcasm occurs through the juxtaposition of random elements.

  14. garycooper says:

    I wonder if the Fatass ever bothers to examine some of the many controversies that swirl around the theory of evolution. There are some real puzzlers in there, some that Darwin never dreamed of, and some that he did, but didn’t have the knowledge or technological ability to effectively penetrate. The science is settled, in Fatass’s mushy brain, but in real science the science is never settled.

    In fact, there is a thing called “biological suicide” that could be seen as a relative of his own blog’s self-destructive bent. Science doesn’t know why some creatures die after mating, and we don’t know why Fatass killed his blog after failing to seal the deal with Pam. We can only speculate, on both counts.

    Is there a biological-imperative at work, some hidden evolutionary benefit to snuffing it once a creature has attained fruition, as the marsupial mouse, salmon and octopus do? Is the Fatass self-destructing in response to his rejection by the object of his desire, so that other, worthier blogs will carry the flag of netcitizenry to higher, more-intelligent planes?

    The science is most unsettling. The deep waters surround our fragile island of knowledge, and occasionally big waves wash some of us away. No wonder Fatty keeps his dog Lewdy lashed to a tree, while allowing Killgore Trout to swim around in tight circles.

    • Formercorpsman says:

      Oh, he examines the story. Specifically to see how he can reword the title to get the little extra dig.

  15. DEZ says:

    Fat ass must have missed the part about the ground zero mosque begging for millions of tax payers dollars.
    But he wouldn’t want to piss off his muslim readers, they might cut his head off.

    • DEZ says:

      Okay, the mosque isn’t the one begging, its twisted, sick Imam is.

    • Arachne says:

      Must have missed Chunky’s post of outrage on that one. Once again, he posts a dishonest headline, mangles the facts, and gets his short and curlies in a bunch over anything smacking of creationism.

      Fine Chunky, believe in Darwin all you want. In fact, I have no problem with evolutionary theory. See, I think it’s above my fucking pay grade to tell G-O-D what a “day” is…

      • Lily says:

        No kidding! It is also above my pay grade too to tell God what to do. Notice though his bashing of God and anything good or religious has brought his site to begging for money.
        Well as the old saying goes ‘you shall reap what you have sown.’

    • wolfie says:

      Yeah, and that guy wants an upfront HAND-OUT (not a tax break) for a non-profit “community center” (*cough*) that won’t bring a dime of extra money to New York City.

  16. Oh noes! I must seek shelter, as the dreaded creationist menace has returned!//

    • Charles Burka DragQueen says:

      I just saw this on Daniel Pipes website.
      “Geert Wilders, Close to Exoneration”

      Oh double noes!

    • Lily says:

      Millions will die!!!!!!!! They are sooooo dangerous, with the pot luck dinners raising money for charities and such. Funding hospitals. Feeding and clothing the poor. Adpotion centers for unwed mothers so they can give the gift of life to those who can’t have children. Whoa….These Christians are terrible!
      Heavy sarc//////////////////

  17. Arachne says:

    By the way, Chunky – you and your athiest shitheads are a tiny minority. Oh, and do you think the Moozies believe in a creator? I mean since you’re so worried about offending their sensibilities and all…..

  18. lauren says:

    More Christian bashing posts are likely to show up as Christmas gets closer. He can’t help himself, it is an obsession.

    • Arachne says:

      He probably celebrates Kwaanza instead – since it’s a phony made-up holiday that fits in so well with his current world view.

  19. buzzsawmonkey says:

    A guy with actual degrees in hard sciences. :
    Lucky for Chuckles that there’s nothing “fanatic” about his kooky, evangelical form of anti-religious extremism.

    Of course. He’s not a “fanatic”—he’s a tick with fans.

  20. BuddyG says:

    If Pam Geller preached Christianity to Charles and asked him out on a date, he’d be BORN AGAIN.

  21. Rule303 says:

    Seriously, this is WAY too predictable to even be interesting anymore. CJ REALLY hates Christians, Catholics especially, so there’s no way he could pass this one up.
    Still, a Creationism based theme park doesn’t sound like a money maker to me, even in the middle of the Bible Belt.

    • wolfie says:

      Yeah, a “Creationist” park doesn’t sound like a big winner to me, especially when they’ve already got a Creationist museum somewhere in the area.
      But if they’re just thinking of an amusement park with Bible story themes, it could work. Think of the rides! The Tumbling Walls! The Chariots of Fire! The Red Sea water slide! Adam and Eve’s nude beach! The…..hmmmmmm. 😉

  22. Bunk X says:

    BuddyG :If Pam Geller preached Christianity to Charles and asked him out on a date, he’d be BORN AGAIN. REHATCHED.

    FTFY

  23. wolfie says:

    mattm :
    Because this is the first time any group asked for tax breaks to build something. This has never been used for stadiums, office buildings, parks, warehouses, manufacturing, etc. in the past. Right chuck.

    Yep!
    And BTW, tax-breaks and hand-outs aren’t the same thing, Chucky. If you read the article MLPonytail linked, you will see that all the theme park wants is the same sales-tax reductions other start-up businesses get if they create a certain number of jobs. That is, they want a break on the sales taxes collected at the site for a certain number of years, after which, the state will get its full cut.

    IOW, the only “state money” they’re asking for is money that would only exist if they built the park and sold stuff there.

    • nil stooge says:

      IOW, the only “state money” they’re asking for is money that would only exist if they built the park and sold stuff there.

      Thanks for digging that out and clarifying.

      And … what a dishonest smear merchant Johnson is.

  24. oh man! I missed a thread made just for me!

  25. This post, more than any other screams that Charlie truly has nothing more to say. What a pathetic end for a once good blog. Charlie, like the libtards misread his fortune. He felt he was the leader of the great anti-islamist movement, and that the commenters at his site would follow him blindly, as his lizard army. What he didn’t realize, is that it was the commenters and their contributions which mad his site worth while. Now he is irrelevant. His ramblings are just plain idiocy. What commenters he has left, are imbeciles. He did it to himself, and he did it on purpose.

  26. CFnJ is a God-hating fool. so, he hates anyone who actually worships God too.

    Guess he’s unaware there already IS a Creation/Bible themed amusement park someplace in florida, iirc.

    and, The Creation Museum is a huge success just outside of Cincinatti. Of course, I can’t wait to visit!

    • dwells38 says:

      I’m an atheist but I don’t see anything wrong with a Creation/Bible themed park. That’s called targeted marketing. How many times have we heard of incidents where people go to Disney World or Kings Island only to find it’s Gay Lover day or Alternate Lifestyle/Tattooed Biker day (everything’s relative right?) and their six and four year olds are asking why that guy has his hand on the other guy’s butt or why some dude has a metal bar peirced through his entire face. A Bible theme park is somewhere you can be sure is 100% kid and family friendly. I may not believe in God but I believe in decency and appropriateness especially as it relates to little ones who can be seriously freaked out by certain behavior and displays.

      I read a few years ago there was a convention at a known hotel chain of piercing freaks who are also into cutting themselves (yes really!). So these people were coming and going from the banquet room or whatever with blood dripping down their faces and bodies in front of innocent unsuspecting families. Kids were crying. If people want to be way out there I guess it’s ok as long as it’s consenting but if there’s that many out of them why can’t they find somewhere private?

  27. Arachne says:

    Lily :No kidding! It is also above my pay grade too to tell God what to do. Notice though his bashing of God and anything good or religious has brought his site to begging for money.Well as the old saying goes ‘you shall reap what you have sown.’

    You know Lily, the irony and the funny is that if WE’RE right and, assuming arguendo, Chunky shows up at the Pearly Gates, we can’t be snarky because God will be annoyed and banish us for awhile to Venial City, with the guys who screwed up on Easter Duty and having a hot dog on Friday during Lent. So we have to be nice and just think “neener neener.”

    If Chunky is right, then there’s no God, no Heaven and he won’t even know he was right. Ha.

    • dwells38 says:

      Yeah that’s about right. Either I’m not going to know I was right. Or I’m gonna have some ‘Splainin’ to do. LOL!

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  29. Princess Natasha says:

    Overlook :What does it matter what the fantasy theme is for a fantasy theme park? The Magic Kingdom does no harm with its imagineered world. Why should a theme park on the Bible God’s imagineered Earth be any different? It’s all Make Believe. I suppose that a full-blown Gnostic theme park would have to be disallowed an Orgy ride, but the Greek Creation and Other Myths theme park would be great fun. Titans, Prometheus, Orpheus, Daedalus. How about a Little Green Footballs Theme Park: the great double-back loop-the-loop Haunted House with extreme right-wing Republicans, Screeching Harpies and Glen Beck ghouls, the Hockey Stick jump, the Wrong Ideas hall where the Great Lizard lurks…As for State dollars being used for a Christian Theme Park: it may give better returns than state dollars being used to subsidize green energy business in answer to the prayers of the AGW Save-the-World Tabernacle.
    (Ahem, no offense to the faithful, but I’ll take the smacks as this was too good to resist.)

    I think Chucky and his merry band of ass-suckers would enjoy the GULAG theme park. Why not? They get to live in their beloved dream world AND lose a few (hundred) pounds!