Only Christians can be Moral

Brit Hume tells Tiger Woods that in order to be a good person he should become Christian. He disses Buddha in the process.

Just like CNBC, Fox has some brilliant people, and some not-so-much. For every Rick Santelli you're bound to get a Jim Cramer. For every Mark Haynes you get a Steve Liesman. So too for every Glenn Beck you get a Brit Hume.

A question - does Fox News have 2 water coolers at every refreshment station: one with normal water and the other with Christian improved water which apparently includes an alcohol component?

Can I offer a little NL athiest advice for Tiger and ex-wifee: both of you move on, seek therapy not for the sex but for the ability to have some sort of relationship going forward assuming you love your kids and both want to contribute to their growth. And then admit the 2 of you were obviously mismatched, she goes back to Sweden, or whereever, and maybe breaks up Jesper Parnevik's marriage and marries him (would that not be AWESOME irony?) and Tiger you continue to try to break Wilt the Stilt's record for bangings. But you got to get back on the golf course there buddy. WC doesn't want to have to say this was the only time he saw you sink a putt.


ProfoundSkeptic said...

Yea, Tiger should join the religion with the greatest body count of all time so he can seek forgiveness, a religion which supports slavery (Exod 21:20-21), the inferiority of women (Cor 11:3, 11:8-9), and infanticide (Numbers 31:17, 1 Samuel 15:3) - the religion of Adolf Hitler...

"Hence today I believe that I am acting in accordance with the will of the Almighty Creator: by defending myself against the Jew, I am fighting for the work of the Lord."
-Adolf Hitler (Mein Kampf)

The unbelievable part is not just that Mr. Hume made the comment but that 99 times out of 100 it will go unquestioned.

Dean said...

PS, I think the fact that the blogosphere has gone nuts over this incident kind of cuts back on your ratio.

I am unaware of any mainstream branch of Christianity that currently supports what you purport Christians supporting.

I dropped my own support of slavery at least 20 years ago. The productivity rates were killing business.

And Hitler a Christian? Uhhh... yeah. How about co-opting a faith for political opportunism.

Happy Super Tuesday!