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October 30, 2007

Performance Artist Tries to Burn Down San Francisco Cathedral

Apparently churches aren't safe in San Fransicko. A few weeks ago we had homosexuals dressed as nuns and wearing grotesque makeup taking communion from an Archbishop to ridicule the onlooking congregation. Now a performance artist named Paul Addis has been arrested for trying to burn down historic Grace Cathedral.

Even by San Franfreakshow standards, Addis may have gotten carried away. Hopefully we won't see Mayor Gavin Newsom come out swinging in defense of the attempted arsonist, as he did for the blasphemous transvestites.

Paul Addis, overzealous San Fransciscan.

Posted by Van Helsing at October 30, 2007 6:59 AM


5'3''? Too short for jail, dismissed, next case!

Posted by: Ed Flinn at October 30, 2007 7:35 AM

Addis also faces arson charges in Nevada for allegedly setting fire to the Burning Man effigy in Nevada's Black Rock Desert days ahead of its scheduled burn
Appearently, he's a firebug with a greasepaint fetish.

Posted by: James F McEnanly at October 30, 2007 8:38 AM

This proves he is a moonbat - he was attempting to burn down his own "house". The building may be historic, but here's nothing "holy" about Grace Cathedral. It's a liberal enclave where God is never mentioned and no Cross can be found; the current "pastor" (who is a jesse jackson/al sharpton wannabe) had it removed years ago in the name of diversity.

Posted by: Jimbo at October 30, 2007 10:25 AM

"It's a liberal enclave where God is never mentioned and no Cross can be found"

Geez, no WONDER they stopped him from burning it down.

Posted by: Anonymous at October 30, 2007 7:42 PM

I'm printing his picture in poster size for the pistol range.

Posted by: CharlieDontSurf at October 30, 2007 8:19 PM

Some moonbats are okay with burning "oppressive" churches.

"On the one hand, I can understand the power of the image to someone who sees the church as an oppressive institution. On the other's still arson. And given how fires can get out of hand, there's a chance that this little stunt could have damaged other property and hurt some folks."

Posted by: V the K at October 31, 2007 5:30 AM

I suppose if the "artist" were asked about the intent of his "performance", he would be unable to give a coherent answer.

Posted by: Arthur at October 31, 2007 2:12 PM