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Saturday, July 29, 2006

Who would Jesus slur?


By now we all know the story of the passionate one, Mel Gibson, and his run in with the law. However, do we also know the pious one turned drunken tragedy into opportunity as he used his moment in front of the squad car spotlight to let the world know how he truly feels. Mel, you are a fruitcake.
The report says Gibson then launched into a barrage of anti-Semitic statements: "F*****g Jews... The Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world." Gibson then asked the deputy, "Are you a Jew?"
Besides his disrespect for the law, and for the Jewish people, it seems Mel also doesn't have much respect for women either:
A law enforcement source says Gibson then noticed another female sergeant and yelled, "What do you think you're looking at, sugar tits?"
The good news for Mel is that now that all the drinking, cursing, and general disrespecting of mankind has been made public, he is now all the more qualified to be president of the United States one day.

TMZ has more. Plus, let's give a big tip-o-hat to Meme for bringing this truth to our attention.

Update: Pile on the rabbit. South Park does Mel!



Pile on the Rabbit II: The anti-semitic nut does not fall far from the tree.

Pile on the Rabbit III: Conservative darling, Mel, on the gays.
Gibson has been the darling of conservatives long before his historically-challenged film, "The Patriot" whitewashed the American Revolution: He has been stalwart in his opposition to abortion; he favors capital punishment; has opposed birth control; and has occasionally put his foot in his mouth over gay and lesbian issues.

"They take it up the ass," Gibson told the Spanish publication El Pais in a January 1992 interview, as he bent over and pointed to his rear-end. "This is only for taking a shit," he said.

When asked by interviewer Koro Castellano about working with gays while studying at the School of Dramatic Arts, Gibson added: "They were good people, kind, I like them. But their thing is not my thing." Castellano said, "But you were obsessed with the thought that if you were an actor, people would confuse you with one of them."

"Yes," Gibson admitted, "but I did it. I became an actor despite that. But with this look, who's going to think I'm gay? It would be hard to take me for someone like that. Do I sound like a homosexual?" he asked. "Do I talk like them? Do I move like them? What happens is when you're an actor, they stick that label on you," Gibson said. "I go from playing rugby one week to taking dance classes in black leotards the next. Many of the girls that I met in school took it for granted that I was gay."
Mel, you have been outed.