Barber: SCOTUS is Going to Bring Down the Wrath of God!

As always, the wingnuts are arguing that if they don’t get their way, their invisible friend is going to kick all our asses. I’m terrified, aren’t you? Matt Barber says that the Supreme Court is “tempting the wrath of God” by not banning same-sex marriage. Wouldn’t you love to see Liberty Counsel file a brief with the court with that argument in it?

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  • John Pieret

    Youse gotta nice court here, fellas. Itta be a shame should somthin happen to it.

  • D. C. Sessions

    Anyone care to start a pool on where the predicted “wrath of god” is likely to be located?

    Not just any Florida sinkhole, mind. It has to be the one that Barber actually takes credit for. House gets any residuals in the chance that he doesn’t claim the rust on someone’s pickup truck prior to the next Presidential election.

  • Kevin Kehres

    @2…That’s easy. Any old prophet can do it.

    My prediction is that blizzard conditions will exist in the middle of the country sometime between now and March. Kansas, Iowa, Colorado, Missouri, most likely.

    If pressed, I will name Omaha as a specific location where blizzard conditions will exist. I tell ya, it’s god’s wrath.

  • D. C. Sessions

    If pressed, I will name Omaha as a specific location where blizzard conditions will exist. I tell ya, it’s god’s wrath.

    Gods’ wrath, or the frost giants?

    Either way, though, final decision goes to Barber.

  • Chiroptera

    Remember, the Supreme Court was never going to ban same sex marriage. The sole question is whether an individual state can decide whether to ban same sex marriage within its jurisdiction.

  • John Pieret

    The sole question is whether an individual state can decide whether to ban same sex marriage within its jurisdiction.

    Yeah, but that means that God’s wrath will be confined to godless states like Massachusetts , New York, Vermont, Maryland, etc. who are so much worse off than Mississippi and Alabama.

  • D. C. Sessions

    Remember, the Supreme Court was never going to ban same sex marriage.

    Don’t be so sure. I wouldn’t put it past the Roberts Court to decide that SSM is one of things that Americans have a “traditional immunity” against, and thus the Fourteenth applies it to the States.

    All it would take would be for President Cruz to appoint a replacement for either Kennedy or Ginsburg.

  • dhall

    So . . . that’s why a tropical cyclone is hitting India.

  • Al Dente

    God’s aim has always been terrible.

  • sugarfrosted

    Nope, it’s just tempting God to gay marry Thor. Gonna be hell of an after party and we’re going to be stuck in the crossfire.

  • blf

    Both the location and temporal aim are awful… she/it/they/he rained down the punishment on some of the pterosaurs (at least it was the correct planet).

  • D. C. Sessions

    she/it/they/he rained down the punishment on some of the pterosaurs (at least it was the correct planet).

    After how many tries?

  • thebookofdave

    Either way, though, final decision goes to Barber.

    The final decision is Barber. Sure, a tornado or earthquake can be devastating, but at least it doesn’t return to inflict damage every weekday. Probably the unintended consequence of overusing Voltaire’s Prayer.

  • Doug Little

    Matt Barber says that the Supreme Court is “tempting the wrath of God”

    Does anybody, who matters, take these threats seriously anymore. I think as a society we are past this kind of shit don’t you?

  • Crimson Clupeidae

    blf@11: Are you sure it was the correct planet? I think the meteor might have been punishment for the all the buggering going on in the neighborhood of Rhiesa VI.