I find Matt Barber really funny. Completely unaware that he’s a halfwit, he is a daily reminder of the power of the Dunning-Kruger Effect as he bellows and postures and says the most sublimely irrational things with complete confidence. And irony…oh, can that man generate irony. Enjoy this one:
There is no such thing as the Easter Bunny.
If there arose a global movement that loudly and proudly demanded “bunny equality,” and a dozen or more activist federal judges suddenly declared the Eastern Bunny to be real, and thousands of rabid rabbit wannabees pranced in pink bunny suit parades, all the while pretending to be, even believing themselves to be, Easter Bunnies, and liberal legislators passed “anti-discrimination” laws presuming to force everyone else to join in on the delusion (severely punishing those who refused), there’d still be no Easter Bunny…
Fairytales are for children.
There is no such thing as “same-sex marriage.”
There can’t be.
It’s an idea no less silly than a giant pink bunny hiding eggs behind trees. It’s an oxymoron. It’s contradiction in terminis. It’s like pointing to your lawn and saying, “What a beautiful green sky.”
Oh, sure, there are thousands of people hopping around pretending to be, perhaps even believing themselves to be, “married” to someone of the same sex.
Such stupidity. Marriage is a legal designation. If the government gives same-sex couples a license and they sign the papers, they’re married. And it doesn’t matter what you think your God says about it.