Monday, 12 August 2013

Christian Loon Watch: Story Of The Day

An extremist religious family with two small children have been rescued after being lost of sea for nearly three months when they attempted to abandon the U.S. in a small boat and sail 3,300 miles to the Polynesian island nation of Kiribati.
The Gastonguays from northern Arizona set sail from San Diego in May with their newborn infant and 3-year-old daughter after deciding to 'take a leap of faith and see where God led us.' They believed that they needed to flee the nation because of what they see as government support for homosexuality and abortions and restrictions on their religious freedom.
The family were almost immediately beset by storms that overwhelmed their small vessel and their limited nautical knowledge. They drifted for months and were running law on supplies before they were picked up by a passing tanker.
On Friday the family landed in Chile and are expected to be flow home today on flights book by the U.S. State Department...

Hannah Gastonguay said the family will now 'go back to Arizona' and 'come up with a new plan.'

Can we just ban Christianity now?
For the  sake of the children.

1 comment:

  1. This is brilliant. I hope they set sail with honey and plenty if money etc.