Jesus Defiled in Colorado: Tax-supported dollars fund anti-Christian hate speech

Stories like this one out of Colorado should go a long way toward helping the American electorate finally decide to “Cap and Trade” Democrats at the ballot box in November, and on into the 2012 presidential election…

October 1, 2010

JESUS DEFILED IN COLORADO MUSEUM

The Loveland Museum in Loveland, Colorado is hosting an exhibit that features a piece by a Stanford University professor, Enrique Chagoya, called “The Misadventures of the Romantic Cannibals,” that depicts a man performing oral sex on Jesus. It is part of an exhibit, “The Legend of Bud Shark and his Incredible Ink,” that is scheduled to run through November 28.

Catholic League president Bill Donohue responds as follows:

On July 1, Colorado Governor Bill Ritter signed legislation establishing Colorado Creative Industries, a division of the Office of Economic Development and International Trade. A week later, Colorado Creative Industries announced grants to various organizations and government agencies, among them being the Loveland Museum; it received $8,500.

The Catholic League has thousands of members in Colorado. Accordingly, we are writing to Governor Ritter and the Colorado state legislature asking them to justify the use of tax-supported dollars to fund anti-Christian hate speech. We know there are no dollars to fund religious programs with public monies. We just want to know how anti-religious programs can be funded with public monies.

Contact Evan Dreyer of the press office for the governor: evan.dreyer@state.co.us

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28 thoughts on “Jesus Defiled in Colorado: Tax-supported dollars fund anti-Christian hate speech

  1. Kayla,
    Actually many of the founding fathers were not Christians. Perhaps you should do some research and not accept everything you have been taught as fact.

    Wish granted on the painting coming down. Someone decided they had to right to go after it with a crow bar.

    That is what Jesus would do right?
    C

  2. C,
    I wasn’t stating that ALL of the founding fathers were Christians but the basic principles were primarily Christian principles.. I have done some research, yes I would agree that I do need to do more.. but what I know isn’t all just what I’ve been taught by other people..

    As for the painting I’m glad that it came down, however someone going after it with a crow bar was a lil extreme and NO Jesus would not have done it that way I’m certain.

    I’m sure Jesus would have found a different way, in a loving more peaceful manner, than what that person had done. It’s sad that someone went to that level with it. I hope they didn’t claim to be a Christian because it is the ones out there that are hypocritical that gives the rest of us a “bad name”.

  3. Kayla,
    It’s a misconception though when people say that founded on Christianity and all that non-sense. That is why there is freedom of religion..you are free to complain about anyones religion, art, views ect…that doesn’t make you right and them wrong and vise versa…

    Religion is crap…it does nothing but divide, and make people slaves to what they think is a higher calling…thus putting them in judgment of others..

    The folks who put the bible together and chose the books did it so they would have power…The bible is junk…it’s the Churches rendition so they can have power over people…

    C

  4. I like that Christians can fund ongoing crusades against Muslims, civil and reproductive rights and the environment but not the exhibition of an artist originally from a developing (and one of the most Catholic in the world) nation, all while mega churches rake in more tax-free money than their unflinching atendees are even capable of fathoming. Hint: the more your head comes to a point and the more you try to take things away from people, the less they’ll like you.

    • Courtney…

      I like that Christians can fund ongoing crusades against Muslims

      [STOP: I’m not sure my dear what planet you’ve been on for the past 10 years or so, but here on earth the reality is is that both Christian and non-Christian countries are under terrorist attack by Islamic extremists who want only to kill people—including yourself—because you won’t submit to the spiritual phenomenon that is Islam-that’s the real funded… Fatwa…]

      or, civil

      [I presume you speak of homosexual “civil rights” here such as same-sex marriage, which in consummation was always, still remains, and will always remain repugnant to societies (even non-Christian secular types) because it’s shack nasty in practice, a true act against nature, and lifeless in consideration for the common good of peoples…]

      reproductive rights

      […Code for the right to kill/murder children in the wombs of their mother’s….]

      and the environment

      [ah, don’t look now, but is that Vatican City equipped with all those solar panels? And say, how’z about the Pope requesting an earth friendly Popemobile?]

      but not the exhibition of an artist

      [Sorry, that’s not art it’s an offense to the Creator…]

      originally from a developing (and one of the most Catholic in the world) nation

      [?... If your referring to the "artist" and his country of origin as Catholic, I say poor catechesis... I'm available every Sunday.]

      , all while mega churches rake in more tax-free money than their unflinching atendees (sic) are even capable of fathoming

      [Stupid rich Christians, never helped anyone…]

      Hint: the more your head comes to a point and the more you try to take things away from people, the less they’ll like you.

      [Hint: You’re on an intellectual and morally bankrupt crusade not of your own design… But, I like love you still the same.

      EDITOR

  5. Ew James-Mary. “I love you still the same.” Yeah, sure. You’re a mendacious little thing, aren’t you? PS, did you notice that Muhammad is represented in this same piece in a non-flattering way? By definition, that makes this piece NOT anti-Christian specifically, but more particularly a piece that is protesting the failings of organized religion. Oh, yeah, and James-Mary? They did a study and found that the guys who protest the most about homosexuality get turgid when viewing it. Just sayin’. Look it up.

    • Ha. That was funny Leda! Sorry dear, my days of dancing at The Blue Lagoon after the evening shift with the girls is long since past. But, still can’t recall ever getting “turgid”. Stupid, perhaps… LOL. As for Muhammad, he was not God. Jesus Christ was God, is God, and will always remain God. And Muhammad, along with his patchwork spiritual phenomenon, will be judged by God at the end of time. As a former enemy of God, I have learned the hard way that God exists, and in all truth I can tell you He loves you and me still the same; so why wouldn’t I? Peace to you and yours Leda, EW(LOL)James Mary–My baptism name.

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