Frazier Glenn Cross started off Holy Week with hate.
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Holy Week in America:
a time when many people are called to reflect upon the Passion of The Saviour
and their own sins in order to become more righteous. Unfortunately, the Holy
Week of 2014 has started out with more hate and hypocrisy than repentance.
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In an act of hate that struct President Obama (who knew
their pastor - see below), Cross started this year's Holy Week with an
anti-Semitism worthy of any of today's neo-Nazis. His rants were chronicled as
early as 2006, but it is perhaps his 2010 run for the U.S. Senate that captures
more of his ideology than anything else.
Megan Huntsman, 39, was arrested Sunday and booked on six counts of murder after cops discovered the tiny bodies stuffed in separate cardboard boxes in the garage of her former home in Pleasant Grove. DNA samples taken from Huntsman and her husband will determine whether the two are the parents as investigators believe.
Holy Week is always chock-a-block with mysteries, but the real mystery here lies in the fact that neither Huntsman's own children (now in their 20's) nor her neighbors knew she was pregnant at all! Motives are running wild because everyone thought of Megan as quite "normal". Maybe the neighbors and relatives are not normal. Maybe "denial" is their way of life.
Perhaps the saddest outcome of the story will be what
America's media will make of it: a hypocritical circus. Both pro-life and
pro-choice will be scrambling to make an issue of it. The "passion"
in this Passion Week will be on both sides.
The exporting of hate and its ramifications has hit
America's Holy Week: giving sanctuary to any gay Ugandan at this time will be
looked upon as an act of compassion by some, but an outlandish contempt for the
laws of a "Christian" country by people like Tonyt Perkins of the
Family Research Council. Speaking of which:
Perkins: Chick-Fil-A CEO Dan
Cathy Is A Coward For Retreating On Gay Marriage
Hate group leader Tony Perkins appeared on the Fox News show of Mike Huckabee yesterday to denounce Chick-Fil-A CEO Dan Cathy as a "coward" for backing out of the same-sex marriage issue.