Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Don't Censor Kathy Griffin reports that E! is planning on censoring Kathy Griffin's acceptance speech for her Emmy. Apparently, in her speech she demonstrated just how shallow and unfunny she really is, could it be that is why she is on the D-list? She reportedly stated,
"a lot of people come up here and thank Jesus for this award. I want you to know that no one had less to do with this award than Jesus." She went on to hold up her Emmy, make an off-color remark about Christ and proclaim, "This award is my god now!"
The Catholic Defense League is all up in arms. I can't say as I am, at least, not in the sense that I want somebody censored for it. I take exception to her remarks concerning Jesus, but I don't need somebody to protect me from the idiots of the world. I can do just fine on my own. Besides, let everybody see just how small and unimaginative the modern liberal mind truly is. Let everybody see that the greatest proponents of tolerance are just as intolerant as the people the despise.

I will just continue on my merry way, proclaiming the goodnews that Christ died for all including loud mouth idiots, of whom I am chief loud mouth.

1 comment:

Lutheran Lucciola said...

Yes, I feel the same as you about this! I don't need anyone to "protect" me from what people say in the media.
And while I am not particularly a Kathy Griffin fan, I think she was being sarcastic in pointing out the award was now her god. She routinely makes fun of her own Hollywood's obsessive behavior.

Not that she is a closet Christian, but you get what I mean.