A couple in Meridian, Idaho made headlines last week after painting antigay statements on the back of their pickup truck then cruising around town.
Justin and Melanie Sease told their local news station that they’ve made it their personal mission to protest marriage equality in the state of Idaho because, they say, if they don’t, “homosexual extremists” will “spread like a cancer.”
One of the things the couple wrote on their vehicle were the words “HOMOsexuality is a sin and a [sic] abomination.”
Bless their hearts, the Seases didn’t seem to notice their error: “a abomination” should be “an abomination.”
According to Melanie, the couple now receives all sorts of “waves, smiles, or honks” when they’re out driving.
“They like that we’re takin’ a stand for the voters in Idaho and for the heavenly Father,” Justin added.
Or perhaps they’re trying to alert the Seases to the embarrassing grammatical error splashed across the back of their rusted out Chevy.
Check out these other times when homophobes completely failed with their antigay signage.
God forbid two guys get “marridged.”
If this disgruntled baker didn’t want these two lesbians to have any “ballons” on their “anniv.”, then why did he include them on their cake?
In case there was any confusion.
Okay, okay. So that last one might have been photoshopped. But the original version is just as stupid.
In addition to being a total dumb ass, this guy seems like a real “churc.”
Someone needs to teach this hate monger about infinitives.
Perhaps the most offensive part about this sign is how he spelled the word “defecation.”
Hey, it’s the thought that cunts, er, counts, right?
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Seven to nine times more than what? We’d like to see this asshole’s source.
That kinda sounds like polygamy to us.
An antigay protestor holding a rainbow flag with a computer-printed sign warning about the evils of computers. Need we say more?
This one pretty much speaks for itself.
Oh yeah? Then how did you write this sign?