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06 November 2006

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Anon

OMG. It's like a train wreck you just can't help but watch.

ATL Kid

At first I thought this would be too much info. But it's MFing hilarious. Classic gay face.

Carl

Haha, no surprise. Those sexually repressed types are always teh worst in bed.

Bernie

Those sexually repressed types are ALWAYS the one's preaching from pulpits about the evils of sin!

These MFers need to stop hating themselves and stop using their positions to spread more hatred.

Derrick

Oh, so Miss Haggard wasn't even a good screw? He couldn't pray the gay away and he couldn't pour his emotion into the sex? Poor baby.

blacktruth

I'M GLAD HE GOT CAUGHT, I'M SO SICK OF ALL OF YOU SO CALLED CONSERVATIVE CHRISTIANS ACTING LIKE YOU'RE SO F@#KING MORAL & RIGHTEOUS WHEN IN REALITY WE'RE ALL HUMAN AND WE ALL HAVE SHORT COMIINGS. AND ESPECIALLY THE SO CALLED RACIST SOUTHERN BAPTIST CALLING THEMSELVES CHRISTIANS WHEN A LOT OF THEM STILL HAVE A 1960'S MENTALITY TOWARD BLACKS AND MINORITIES,YOU'RE ALL HYPERCRITS. I FEEL BAD FOR THIS MAN LIVING HIS LIFE LIKE THIS, BUT THIS IS WHAT SOCIETY DOES TO PEOPLE WHO ARE DIFFERENT.

ReggieH

TMI!! How long will it take to get that image of Haggard on his knees out of my head!? (Although I'm surprised he wasn't any good, the way he keeps pushing his lips out when he talks...LOL!)

BTW: I predict the religious community will forgive him in a few months, particularly if he keeps up with the 'I'm a sinner, I've done terrible things, I'm fighting against it' line.

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