Bil Browning

When Curses Just Aren't Enough

Filed By Bil Browning | October 02, 2012 11:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Marriage Equality, Quote of the Day
Tags: Harry Jackson, Washington Blade

"One night I walked past one of those newsstands. As I was walking past it, I looked at that newsstand and they had some article about same-sex marriage and all that blasphemous stuff. And I laid hands on that newsstand and I said, 'In the name of Jesus, I CURSE THIS PAPER!' Less than two months, that paper went bankrupt. It was part of a six-newspaper chain! It went bankrupt! It went out of business! IT WENT UNDER! It did!"

-- Noted African-American NOM flunky preacher Harry Jackson claiming he put the Washington Blade out of business. The paper was revived within weeks under a different owner. The Bible says that only God can curse someone or something and when humans do it, it's considered witchcraft - a practice banned by Jackson's religion. (Hat tip to JMG)

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