Sandy Rios: gay rights activists are actually losing because they will burn in hell.

Are you an LGBT activist celebrating the recent slew of victories in both the legal courts as well as the court of public opinion?  Well she’s going to put a stop to that!  You may think you’re winning in the only world for which we have any evidence, but did you know in a completely other world, where you’ll go after you die, that god is going to be miffed?

I would not want to be in the shoes of any of the left right now. I would not want to be in Barack Obama’s shoes. I would not want to be in the shoes of homosexual activists. I say that with humility and with fear for them because God will even the score, he will sort things out, he will be God and he will not be mocked. Whereas they think they are getting away with breaking all kinds of moral laws and mocking everyone in the process, they just don’t know God, they don’t know who they are up against and we do. And that should bring out some mercy in us because I wouldn’t want to be—what did that old evangelist say: ‘it’s a fearful thing to fall into the hands of an angry God.’

Let’s see you celebrate now!  Tremble and despair, ye advocates for equality!

The religious, particularly Christians, have been the power base for virtually every movement to oppose equal rights for centuries, and the refrain of their defeat in every case is always the same: yes, we may have lost, but after you’re dead god is going to burn you for eternity, so there!  Once every secular argument on their side has been reduced to the philosophical equivalent of tatters, there’s always “But god hates it and you’ll be sorry!”  This is done as if we will then say “Oh geez!  We didn’t know god wanted us to pass discriminatory laws!  We’ll get right on that.”

And somehow Sandy Rios thinks this can be said once more, this time over the repeated victories, and the impending ultimate victory, of the cause of gay rights, with humility.  “God loves me and will punish my enemies” is about as far from humility as the laws of logic permit.

God could’ve just made opposing equal rights for gays the logical and compassionate thing to do and spared us all the torment.  But nope!  He apparently wants us to be cruel and unfair, otherwise he’ll torture us in a manner so infinite and severe that it defies imagination.  And Sandy Rios would have us believe she’s the morally superior one for worshiping such a god.

  • islandbrewer

    Well, I was going to hell anyway in her eyes, may as well make this world a better place for everyone.

  • Don Gwinn

    Ignore her. Dumbledore will punish her when The Truth is revealed, as it it is written.

    • Gehennah

      Tis written, and videotaped. And fanfictioned

      • Mackinz

        Like the Bible!

  • YesDavisIsMyFirstName

    My question is, if we really are screwed, why not let us just have this life? If God’s gonna sort it out in the end, why do Christians have to do it now?

    • EvolutionKills

      Because it’s not really about their faith or belief. They don’t really care to just be happy in their belief, having it is simply not enough. Why? Because those who don’t partake in the same delusion risk ruining it for those who do. So they must coerce and covert, pushing their beliefs on those around them so that they might all help in propping up the same delusion. Because their faith is not strong enough to exist in a vacuum.

      One again, one rent in the fabric is liable to tear the whole tapestry apart…

  • unbound55

    I have this image in my mind of Sandy as a very young child whose sibling has told her that Santa Claus isn’t real. I see her standing her ground, trembling in anger as she screams at her sibling, “I’m telling daddy! You’re going to be in big trouble when daddy gets home!”.

    And, just like the fictional little child in my mind’s eye, there never really was any punishment except, possibly, for a bit of chiding the older sibling that it isn’t nice to bring up the truth until the little sister gets a bit older.

    How long should we wait for people like Sandy to start growing up?

  • The_Schwa

    Sandy Rios is going to be sorry when the Beyonder transports her to an alien world to fight Dr. Doom!

    • trolleyfan

      Not as sorry as The Beyonder and Dr. Doom are going to be to have to talk with Sandy…

      • Spuddie

        C’mon who really thinks she would be fighting AGAINST Dr. Doom?

  • trolleyfan

    And I would not want to be in any heaven that has *her* god in charge…

    • Oswald Carnes

      If people like Sandy Rios are going to heaven, I’m going to make sure I go to hell.