Cory Heidelberger puts up a post titled, "Different Rituals Provoke Mockery and Mistrust in Aberdeen":
I guess that explains this childish post from Aberdeen’s local xenophobe club:
Mocking individuals engaged in public prayer—yes, how neighborly.
Social science may identify a tendency to feel uncomfortable with people who behave differently from one’s own customary practices. But such a tendency does not justify posting photos making fun of others’ rituals to sow and reinforce distrust and hatred.
Typical for Cory to be a hypocrite as he put this post up three days ago mocking a Christian and promoting the fear of being crucified:
“Your Voice of Reason”? His profile picture, used here and on his campaign Facebook page, suggest he meant a different R-word:
When a guy is running for office and the first thing he shows us is a cross bigger than he is, I can’t help wondering whom he wants to crucify.
Cory was even confronted about his hypocrisy:
Meh. Cory, you mock individuals as well as Christians on this blog;
Cory responded to that with this:
And Joe, you know the big difference between my mockery and AF,TF’s is that my mockery is right. :-D
But seriously, Joe, show me an example of mockery I have issued that you deem comparable to the vile abuse offered by AF,TF.
Cory does not even remember what he posted three days ago, or he wasn't joking about his self-righteous supremacy that fuels his bigotry as he continues to ban this white male Christian from commenting at his example of "free press". I even sent him an email and got no response a couple of weeks ago. [Correction, I just found his response in my spam filter.]