[Greetings, Pharynguloids. Pay no attention to the colourful language -- I just say the things PZ only wishes he could get away with. That's my excuse, and I'm sticking to it, Goddammit. Whoops ...]
Oh, man ... this is too delightful for words. First, there's the Mittster (all subsequent emphasis added)
Let me, uh, let me offer just a thought. And that is, uh, one of the great things about this great land, is we have people of different faiths and different persuasions. And uh, I'm convinced that the nation, that the nation does need, the nation does need to have people of different faiths but we need to have a person of faith lead the country.
And the absolutely delicious blowback:
Romney's Mormon faith, which has been a central topic of discussion here in recent days, is yet again playing a prominent role. A flyer being distributed by the U.S. Christians for Truth asks, "Would Jesus Christ vote for Mitt Romney?" It urges attendees to "join us to spread the truth about Mitt Romney and save America from his Mormon cult values."
Followed by the frantic and thoroughly hypocritical defense:
Matt Rhoades, communications director for Romney, condemned the flyer. "Attacks of religious bigotry have absolutely no place in politics today. It's unfortunate other camps stoop to such levels." (It's not clear, however, that the group has ANY affiliation to any other GOP campaign.)
How shall I put this delicately? Fuck you, Mr. Rhoades, you worthless piece of shit. Explicitly claiming that the U.S. must be led by a person of faith is pure religious bigotry and nothing but. As ye sow, so shall ye fucking reap. Deal with it, you jackass.
BONUS TRACK: And, once again for all you Pharynguloids, while you in the Excited States of America have the world-famous Discovery Institute, we up here have ... several idiots and their badly-designed web page.
You win again.