The Filthy, Smutty Carnival of the Godless

Carnival of the Godless

Carnival of the Godless #85 is up over at Greta Christina’s blog. She has posted two versions. One has “clean” pictures, and the other is illustrated with slighty-bawdy pulp and paperback covers.

'I hate America, and I approved this message.'

The main article I want to call your attention to is “Why Mike Huckabee Hates America” by Alexander the Atheist. It’s an excellent summary of why Huckabee is dangerous, and it demonstrates that this loon does indeed hate America.

Several other articles relate to topics that have been discussed here lately.

Fundie Weetbix

I’m sure you remember my recent article about fundie milk. In that vein, CAE at Vwxynot tells us about fundie pasta. Meanwhile, Aussie Daniel Kinsman, the 327th Male, exclaims “Oh shit, I’ve been giving theists money!” (see image above)

I’d like to add an addendum to my fundie milk article. I just found some faggots. Enjoy them with your homo milk.

They're even in gravy! How kinky!

Back in October, I wrote about fundie paranoia that “In God We Trust” was going to disappear from our money. Holly Ord at Menstrual Poetry tells us that fundie paranoia has forced the mint to move the motto back onto the face of the coins.

God on the side of a dollar

2 Responses to “The Filthy, Smutty Carnival of the Godless”

  1. Parrotlover77 Says:

    That’s too bad about the coinage. I was actually hoping that moving it to the side would get people used to not seeing it on everything in plain sight, while at the same time still HAVING it to prevent an uproar, and maybe in the future, we could really piss off the fundies by not endorsing religion at all on our moneys. But since people would be used to not seeing it plain sight, they wouldn’t notice. Well, that didn’t work obviously. Crap.

    At least my credit cards and debit card don’t say “In God We Trust” on it. I hardly ever use cash. I wouldn’t be surprised if someday in the future some Fundie group tried to get “In God We Trust” inserted into the money exchange network protocol used to do bank transfers.

    Somebody needs to start a campaign to restore the original motto, “e pluribus unum” to its former prominence. It speaks of the spirit of the USA WAY better than “In God We Trust” which excludes many, many citizens.

  2. The Watcher Says:

    In God I do not trust. Nor do my Buddhist friends, or my Wiccan friends. My agnostic friends are iffy.

    “In God We Trust” doesn’t speak to me, and I don’t want to be a part of a nation that officially “trusts” in God. No, I don’t want “In No God We Trust” on our coins. I don’t want “In Darwin We Trust.” I want NOTHING. Is that so hard to understand?