Piers Morgan, the British-born CNN host, is threatening to deport himself back to the UK after he evoked well-placed anger over his recent stupid statements. After he made clear his opinions that good people aren't deserving of the right to defend themselves, he then stated his opinion that the Bible "should be amended" to allow for "gay marriage".
As he put it so arrogantly, "the Bible and the Constitution were well-intentioned, but they are basically inherently flawed." By what imperious standard does he determine that God's word is "flawed"? I've got news for Morgan; the Bible will be around long after he's a memory on the face of this planet!
As you read the first link, you'll see that Morgan is quite skilled at conducting veritable temper tantrums. The only thing that I might change about the article is the title. I'd change the word "threatens" to "promises". However, I sadly suspect that this will be a promise that will be broken, just as Alec Baldwin broke his similar promise many years ago.
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