Publication: National Examiner
Date: 1 Mar. 2010
As I wrote over on Lotsa 'Splainin' 2 Do, the Examiner is partying this week like it's 1989. Everybody on the cover was famous 20+ years ago, and most of them much more famous then than now. The exception would be Mel Gibson, but back then Mel was more famous as the first Sexiest Man Alive on a People magazine cover, not as the anti-Semitic drunk who called a female cop "Sugar Tits".
Jim Bakker, the weasel who let Tammy Fae slip away, is accused of homosexual advances by an employee. But let's think about this. Would a man who is gay marry a woman who looks like a drag queen?
Okay, that may be the wrong question. Let me think about this some more and get back to you.
By the way, the picture above is from the cover of his book I Was Wrong. (I added the "and I'm gay." part.) What he was repenting is prosperity theology, the idea that God wants you to be filthy rich, also propounded by the late Reverend Ike and Benny Hinn, a current day weasel celebrity preacher going through a divorce that might help sell magazines to people alive and awake in the year of Our Lord 2010.