Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Riding with the King

Yesterday the Reverend Jerry Falwell condemned "King Kong" for its thinly veiled attempts to advance the bestiality agenda.

"It began in the '80s with 'Gorillas in the Midst,'" railed Falwell. "And now we see this, a thinly veiled attempt to build support for bestiality, an unnatural act condemned in the Bible. It's a slap in the face to Christians everywhere doing their best to protect their children from sex with animals."

When asked whether he thought the bestiality agenda may, in fact, stretch back to the 1930s, when the original "King Kong" hit theaters, Falwell said, "Actually, you're probably right, because liberals were in power back then, too."