Remember all the 24/7 media coverage over the threats to burn the Koran? Where is the anger concerning the art work in Loveland, Colorado, depicting Jesus in a homosexual act?
Oh, that's right, the American Pravda has no respect for the God of the Bible or His followers. It's only Islam that they salute, honor, and defend.
BTW, you're paying for it, Diogenes. But then, chances are you voted for the loons who approved such expenditures.
Read from One News Now:
Anti-Christian 'art' display challenged
"Tax money is funding an obscene, anti-Christian art display in Loveland, Colorado.
According to the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, the Loveland Museum has received public funds through the state's Office of Economic Development and International trade. The Catholic group is taking issue with the museum because it is currently hosting an exhibit -- 'The Misadventures of the Romantic Cannibals' -- that features a piece by Stanford University professor Enrique Chagoya that depicts a despicable homosexual act being performed on Jesus.
Catholic League president Bill Donohue categorizes the offending piece as 'anti-Christian hate speech,' and adds in a press release: '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.'
Jeff Field is also with the Catholic League. 'Works like this cannot be publicly funded -- and they should not be publicly funded,' he states. 'They always seem to offend Christian sensibilities and it's nobody else. And to have this being on display at the cost of public dollars [is] an outrage.'
Field was asked what the reaction might be if Chagoya's 'artwork' depicted Mohammed rather than Jesus. 'There have been examples in the past of anti-Mohammed artwork,' he notes. 'The Muslim community has been outraged -- and rightly so -- but there's also been different actions taken against the artists.
'Christians thankfully don't react in that way,' Field continues, 'but at the same time it is offensive. Somebody needs to be held accountable and something needs to be done about such things being publicly funded.'
Field also told OneNewsNow the Catholic League has been asking people to contact Loveland officials and the governor's office to voice their objections."