Kirk Cameron Climbs On A Cross To Defend His Homophobic Rhetoric

Kirk Cameron has really been battered and bruised by us gays after he called us “unnatural” and “ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization.” The onslaught of abuse has been so bad, he’s barely been able to turn it into a lucrative speaking tour at right-wing outlets like Liberty University, where he recently held forth.

“Sometimes, when a Christian is asked a question and has a conviction about not backing down and wussing out…it can get you into some hot water,” the washed-up actor told impressionable students. “It seems I hit the side of a hornet’s nest when I answered a question.”

Cameron also told students at the religious college that “blasphemy laws are still alive and well in America” and that his critics tried to “crucify me” because he blasphemed “the God of Political Correctness.”

Worried he wouldn’t be able to line his coffers deeply enough with the check Liberty U gave him, Cameron also talked up his documentary Monumental, which is all about the Puritans fled Europe and settled in Massachusetts Bay. We’re not sure what history books Cameron read, but he claimed the Puritans supported “limiting the powers of government” and “religious and political freedom, freedom of speech.”

As we recall, the Puritans were a pretty severe bunch who didn’t exactly embrace diversity, religious freedom or even the separation of Church and State. Y’know, the folks with all those stern black outfits, floggings and banishments?

Source: Right Wing Watch