Friday, December 19, 2008

Celebrity Gift Suggestions: Rick Warren

I've been out with bronchitis for a while, but I am recovering just in time to bring you another installment of the Internet's fastest growing blog sensation, Celebrity Gift Suggestions.

Today's gift is just perfect for Rick Warren. I'm sure we're all a bit stumped how a right wing preacher who compared President Elect Obama to a holocaust denier before the election now ended up being invited to do some superstitious hoodoo I don't get at the inauguration. But we can't be as stumped as Warren's family members, who are facing the task of buying a gift for somebody who made enough money with his book deals to bail out the auto industry all by himself.

Well, be stumped no more, Warrenses. Your prayers have been answered!

For Rick Warren: A Mike Jones gift certificate.


A few hours with the man who previously serviced Warren's esteemed colleague Ted Haggard, and possibly Larry Craig, too, and Rick could get out of his system whatever makes him think about homosexuality so much. Everybody wins!

Just a word of advice, Mr Warren: No barebacking at Saddleback, mmmkay? We want this Christmas to remain merry!

1 comment:

Damon said...

If Mr. Obama had really wanted to make a statement then he should've invited several 'religions' of officiate the invocation since we are a nation of more than just ONE religion. Being more spiritual myself, I personally think Church and State should be separate. Never should anyone in any court be sworn in on ANY - Bible...the Bible of the land of the people is the Constitution! That should be the document or rather a copy of the document.

People keep saying I'm reaching across the aisles, but I kid you not if this preacher had said anything in the likeness of this about Black people or people of the Jewish faith, there would be an uproar. But because he said it about GLBT people...we should just look past it.

Obama is good and better than Bush, but the one thing Republicans always had was a backbone. Democrats are hardly ever really as left as they say they are and maybe one day people will wake up and maybe the next four years we'll see the third party finally get some say...

Okay I could go on...but stop for now...

thanks for the post.

Damon (Bronx, NY)