December 27, 2006

Worst Christian Mouth of the Year

It is time for the 2nd annual “Worst Christian Mouth of the Year” award to (dis)honor the Christian who most hurt the cause with their dumb statements. This decision is made after examining the posts here from the whole year to see which individuals were often critiqued for their comments. The winners (or is that losers) are chosen based on a quantitative and qualitative evaluation, and sadly there were many to pick from.

The 2006 winner is (drum-roll please): Rick Scarborough for his comments supporting Tom DeLay, his “War on Christians” conference, and other remarks throughout the year as he played the game of politics. Scarborough, it should be noted, was one of those in the number three spot last year, which was a group award for all of those who said Hurricane Katrina was God’s punishment.



Hopefully, Scarborough will resolve in 2007 to either think before he speaks or just keep his mouth shut.

Runner-ups:
2. Pat Robertson
3. Jerry Falwell
4. Tony Perkins
5. Don Hinkle

Last year Pat Robertson was given this title with runner-ups Jerry Falwell, All those who said Hurricane Katrina was God’s punishment, Fred Phelps, and Russell Moore. Unfortunately, each of those individuals also had problems this year as a couple remained on this list and others just missed the cut.

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous1:49 PM

    We'll Second That!

    Rev. Ricky has been in a cave somewhere since the election, or he fired his PR team in Lufkin. We pray he just stays on the farm with his pigs and race horses.

    Good riddance.

    Gospel of Hate
    Expose Vision America & Rev. Rick Scarborough

    http://www.exposevisionamerica.blogspot.com

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  2. If rick is so evil,as jesus said, bear wittness of the evil. What did he say that was so "stupid", or whatever. You did not quote him one single time!!

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  3. things...: Thanks for the comment. If you look through the archives of this blog you will find some answers to your question. Also check out these two columns:
    Tom DeLay is Not Jesus
    The Gospel According to Rick Scarborough

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  4. Anonymous3:52 PM

    Singer song writer Martyn Joseph wrote these words:

    "Oh Mr Robertson what have you done,
    Open your mouth and you speak for the Son.
    Oh Mr Robertson what will you do,
    When you stand before God and God says, 'F**k You!'"

    I thought you'd appreciate it.

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