The whiplash-inducing switch in policy (and back again) by the Susan G. Komen Foundation to stop funding (and then not stop funding) Planned Parenthood this week may have caused some pro-lifers to regret all the nice things they said.
But what if you were a leftist radio host who responded by calling the Komen people "Nazis" who would crucify Jews? Would you, could you gently back away from an attack like that? On Thursday, radical and splenetic Mike Malloy (the former CNN employee) uncorked his usual death talk against the Komen Foundattion, and most specifically the suspected bad girl in this plot, one Karen Handel, who apparently would kill Jews and Muslims:
So the fact the people are reacting to the Nazis that took over the Susan G. Komen Foundation, especially this Karen Handel freak that comes right out of Georgia. I'll tell you, we knew her here [in Atlanta]! We knew her! And you think some of these caricature right-wing Republican women are dangerous like Sarah Palin and -- and the one that says she's not a witch [Christine O'Donnell] and the one that runs Arizona [Jan Brewer] -- and the one that was a representative -- you know [let's guess Michele Bachmann] -- you think they're weird? Baby, let me tell you something, you have not listened to Karen Handel! You don’t even know her. Very few people outside of Georgia know this woman.
She is the type that would take every Jew in America and crucify ‘em. She is the type that would take, uh, every Muslim in America and execute ’em. She's the type that believes in rabid, militant, Christian fundamentalism. No abortions, no birth control, no women's privacy -- and she's a woman! But you don't know viciousness, you don't know religious hatred and bigotry and contempt and disgust unless you have met Karen Handel and I have! Trust me, and she's the one that came up with this. And to watch the head of the Susan G. Komen Foundation who makes half a million dollars a year,. on television today denying that Handel came up with this idea is just an outrage!
"If Ms. Handel has been involved in this decision, we’d love to see some credible documentation of that. Unfortunately we have seen none," Gen Wilson of Georgia Right to Life told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Malloy is a bit of a sentence-first, verdict afterwards kind of guy.
On Thursday's show, Malloy was also outraged that President Obama would lower his glorified body into a National Prayer Breakfast with "murderous Christians," the Jesus-haters who are allegedly in the majority:
Barack, there is no way in hell you're going to garner any respect from these murderous Christians -- these war-loving, war-mongering, Jesus-hating Christians -- in other words, the majority of Christians these days. You're not going to get any points with them! You can stand up there and give your speech and I mean, my God the Vice-President was there, how many Senators and Representatives were there. Isn't this sponsored by that group in, uh, DC that, uh, that got the Ugandans to pass a law saying that gay people should be executed? I mean, this is so sick it's beyond sick . It's so perverted it's beyond perversion!
It's just mind-boggling that there would be something called a National Prayer Day that has - it's nothing but a bunch of politicians and phony ass religious people getting together to make noises. Like, "Oh, yeah, well, you know, we believe in all things wonderful and good! Now, where -- where's my orders for today's drone attacks? Where do we start legislation to end help for the poor? Hey, where do we demonize our brother and sister? Hey, let's burn a couple women at the stake today!" Hey, what about Susan Komen, you like what they did?! Oh, let's go, let's go, let's get this prayer crap out of the way! And let’s rock and roll!
It was Malloy who fantasized out loud about God ripping these murderous Christians to bits. He turned to the same-sex marriage debate in Washington. Minister Steven Andrews of USA Christian Ministries urged a boycott of Starbucks for their pro-gay stance. Malloy couldn't handle it:
This Christian minister wants you to boycott Starbucks for as long as the Seattle company continues to support gay rights. Boycott ‘em! And if you can, find, you know, some Starbucks people and burn ‘em at the stake, I guess. You know, this is demonic stuff. They’re supporting gay rights, these coffee sellers.
Reading from Andrews' remarks, Malloy came unglued:
"Starbucks is no longer fashionable. If your church still uses Starbucks then your pastor is friend of the world.” Heh heh, friend of the world? Oh no! God who calls those who oppose him haters of God! Does God drink coffee? Son of a bitch, who knew? Well, I wouldn't be surprised, he's got to stay up to figure out ways to torture these right-wing bastards when he finally gets his claws and talons into them after they die. Because they are going to go to this heaven or hell that they've constructed -- and the God that they think that is all-loving is going to rip them to piecessssss! Shredded Christian!