Saturday, November 23, 2013

Ignorant Git of the Day

I really have to hand it to this Christian moron. The man knows how to spew his Christian nonsense.

Via Raw Story, I learned that ignorant-git president J. Stacy Miller of the Myrtle Grove Christian School presented the following biblical message to students and parents. He said:
"...that all families with children at Myrtle Grove must sign the 'Biblical Morality Policy,' swearing not to participate in, support or affirm 'sexual immorality, homosexual activity, or bisexual activity; promoting such practices; or being unable to support the moral principles of the school.'”
“For this reason,” said Miller, “the school reserves the right, within its sole discretion, to refuse admission of an applicant or to discontinue enrollment of a student if the atmosphere or conduct within a particular home or the activities of the student are counter to or are in opposition to the biblical lifestyle the school teaches.”
If the family even knows a gay person, the school will expel the child. So if Aunt Harriet, bless her sweet soul, is a lesbian, the kid is going to need a new school. Because of God's love, or something. Actually, it makes perfect biblical sense. After all, the bible is a collection of fairy tales festooned with rot, hatred and murder.

But the best part was how he opened his message to parents:
“Do you remember playing circle games like ‘Duck Duck Goose’ in elementary school?” Miller asked. “In order to form a circle, we would gather in close together, hold hands, and then back up away from the center” and form a circle. 

“If we move to [sic] far from the center, we can’t hold hands anymore,” the principal warned.
You don't want to be forced out of the circle for knowing any of those horrible gay people. Because outside the circle of Christian Love, you could easily bump into some real-world information -- and that could harm your faith.

Seriously...the Duck Duck Goose game? This git really knows how to get his rubes riled up. And so I award Christian bigot J. Stacy Miller my very first Ignorant Git of the Day award. Let us all join together in a secular wish: may he go to heaven soon.