Wednesday, October 18, 2006

ASA Rejects Anti-Christian Defamation Allegation

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has rejected the claims that a Gay Police Association (I'm not making this stuff up by the way) advertisement depicting the Bible next to a pool of blood with the implication that the Bible was responsible for homophobia.
"We recognized that the juxtaposition of passionately held iconography, such as the Bible, alongside the image of blood, was likely to be deemed inappropriate by some" their judgment stated.
By "some". How convenient. Treating Christians as if they were a subculture or insignificant minority group residing in the United States. 85% of Americans claim to be Christians and 98% claim a belief in God. For more on this lavender story click here.

2 comments:

Tony said...

So for the next ad, we will juxtapose a gay pride parade with a roomful of people dying in the AIDS ward in a local hospital.

Then we'll see how "tolerant" our gay law enforcement bretheren are.

Tito said...

Tony,

Unfortunately the 'obvious' seems to escape many homosexual activists and their liberal cohorts.

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