Saturday, April 3, 2010

Fox Accuses Google of Snubbing Jesus


April 2, 2010 on FOX & Friends
(via Media Matters)

25 comments:

  1. Sick simple people!
    Of course Google is seculier! There are hundreds of religions around the world!

    http://NOligion.com !

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  2. If Google didn't do one for a Jewish or other religious holiday, Fox wouldn't care at all.

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  3. what's wrong with google taking a neutral stance on reigious pagan bullshyt?? WDJDFG (what did jesu do for google??)

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  4. They've got so many holidays, who can keep them all straight. They get one two days later, for crying out loud.

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  5. Google has the right to put up whatever they want.  It seems these clowns would dictate what Google does with its website.  Fox media would be and has been indignant toward criticisms of its content, so the stark hypocrisy is amusing and telling.  I wonder if they are aware of their hypocritical display, or are they oblivious.

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  6. I must say that I'm intrigued that they call it "Good Friday", and this is the day that Mr. J, their greatest hero (after Ted H/Fallwell/Pat R./Palin), supposedly was executed.

    Quite morbid imho

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  7. it goes with their motto, dont be evil. 

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  8. look Christianity is NOT special,get over it.to play on a world wide level secular is the beast way to go.

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  9. "Can you imagine the outrage if they put Jesus up there, from the PC brigade?"

    Something similar to the outrage on your segment, I imagine.

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  10. R€LIGION $TINKS OF MONE¥April 3, 2010 at 1:54 PM

    Oh lawd!! The Brothers Grimm and......Gretchen. Did the wicked witch get Hans??

    Well first there were the danish cartoons for depicting a religious figure and now a google doodle cartoon crisis for not depicting a religious figure! Just when you thought you had figured the Gawd community out eh.
    It´s those damned atheist Danes again that are at this again!!!

    Hans Christian Andersen was the fairest fairy of his time and dare I say there is more morality in his fairytales than that tired old over-translated sleep inducing bronze age manual.
    HCA was a real person and existed, that´s more than can be said of Jay C isn´t it? Talk about a fairytale that should have been banned from children. "Daddy you would never have me nailed to the cross, leave me to die the most horrible death, in a region where blodshed has prevailed for centuries just to make a point, would you?  Dad??!!"

    Here´s a much better fairytale:
    Once upon a time it was  speculated that Jesus was gayer than Christmas. Which technically speaking would have made him both the Queen of Queen´s and the King of King´s but not the King of Queens. The End.

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  11. I'm insulted that they didn't recognize it as the SUMMER EQUINOX!!!!

    lol what hell is wrong with fox? i can't believe they considered this news when so much more is going on in the world

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  12. They BETTER remember to acknowledge Life Day or there's gonna be some serious repercussions!!!

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  13. Man, their war on Christmas starts earlier and earlier every year.

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  14. So this is what Faux News resorts to bitching about when they've dried up their political well of conservative rhetoric? Bashing a secular company for not honoring a holiday of their religion?

    These idiots couldn't even get it through their heads that Google is an internationalist company.  H.C. Anderson's birthday is recognized as International Children's Book Day... What if Google decided instead to honor World Autism Awarness Day? Would those Faux losers still be bitching then?

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  15. R€LIGION $TINKS OF MONE¥April 3, 2010 at 4:44 PM

    The $cíentologist´s would...oops.

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  16. these people are such losers it's not even funny to me anymore. well, a little.

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  17. curly,larry and mo from fox want to get a life

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  18. Hans Christian (!) Anderson wrote better fairy tales than the convoluted tripe in the New Testament. Hence, the Google honor. 

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  19. Lazy bastards. All they need to do to find a picture of Jesus is Google him.

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  20. Since Jesus wasn't actually born on Dec 25th, I think it would be pretty funny for Google to celebrate his birth some other day in the spring.  Just pick one :)

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  21. These arrogant christians can not even begin to understand that the world doesn't revolve around their fairytale beliefs. Makes me want to slap them... hard.


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  22. Perhaps Fox News should go ahead an replace their logo with a Kruzifix showing a bleeding twitching Jesus on the days leading up easter.

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  23. It struck me aa a great little joke from google, they must know the likes of Fox check them out and to celebrate HCA as a famous fairy tale author was a perfect analogy for the bible story as some of you have already pointed out, of course the idiots at Fox didn't seem to spot the joke! Too busy being "offended", what a sorry example of the human race they are.

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  24. 100's of millions of Christians? compared to the billions who aren't. Why should Google choose the minority?
    I think Google was simply trying to avoid confrontation.

    How's that working out for them.

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  25.        MIKEY WEINSTEIN, JESUS-BASHER


         What kind of wine has Mikey Weinstein been drinking?
         As an anti-Christian Jewish supremacist and as the president of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation, he's doing all he can to create an anti-Jewish backlash and help bring about the predicted endtime Holocaust of Jews that'll be worse than Hitler's.
         Neither Falwell, Hagee nor any other Christian initiated this prediction. But Weinstein's ancient Hebrew prophets did.
         In the 13th and 14th chapters of his Old Testament book, Zechariah predicted that after Israel's rebirth ALL nations will eventually be against Israel and that TWO-THIRDS of all Jews will be killed!
         Malachi revealed the reasons: "Judah hath dealt treacherously" and "the Lord will cut off the man that doeth this."
         Haven't evangelicals generally been the best friends of Israel and persons perceived to be Jewish? Then please explain the hate-filled back-stabbing by David Letterman (and Sandra Bernhard, Kathy Griffin, Bill Maher etc.) against followers of Jesus such as Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann.
         Weinstein wouldn't dare assert that citizens on government property don't have freedom of speech or press freedom or freedom to assemble or to petition the government.
         But God-hater Weinstein maliciously wants to eliminate from government property the "free exercise" of religion - especially by evangelicals - a freedom found in the same First Amendment. Significantly, this freedom was purposely listed FIRST by America's founders!
         And Weinstein wouldn't try to foist "separation of church and state" on strongly-Jewish Israel, but he does try to foist this non-Constitution-mentioned phrase on strongly-Christian America.
         In light of Weinstein's Jewish protectionism and violently anti-Christian obsession, Christians in these endtimes should be reminded of Jesus' warning in Mark 13:9 (see also Luke 21:12) that "in the synagogues ye shall be beaten."
         Maybe it's time for some modern Paul Reveres to saddle up and shout "The Yiddish are Coming!"

         PS - Some, like Weinstein, are so treacherously anti-Christian they will even join hands at times with enemies, including Muslims, in order to silence evangelicals. It was Weinstein, BTW, who put pressure on the Pentagon to dis-invite Franklin Graham from speaking there on the National Day of Prayer!

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