Feeling sorry for Hovind?

Kent Hovind is in jail. A couple of years ago (wow, has it been that long?) he was found guilty on 58 federal counts, including failure to pay $473,818 in employee-related taxes and threatening investigators. His Dinosaur Adventure Land is still open, but the IRS is trying to take it. Do you feel sorry for this man, who tried to claim that his business was akin to the Vatican? Apparently, some people do.

“I think he got a raw deal,” Rhoda Harding said. “Even if he did what they said he did, he shouldn’t be in jail. He should be out paying restitution.”

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8 Responses to Feeling sorry for Hovind?

  1. Wolfhound says:

    I hate to compare a slimy, dishonest worm like Hovind to a murderer like Capone but BOTH of these scumbags got what was coming to them due to not rendering unto Caesar. Has anybody else here read some of Hovind’s “discussions” with God while he’s incarcerated? The man is truly looney tunes. I hope he rots.

  2. Noodlicious says:

    “The man is truly looney tunes. ”

    Oh yeah!
    Extremely, cringingly, most looniest of looney tunes.
    KH’s blogs from jail…….


    I shall mention him (yet again!) in my prayers to the FSM.

  3. S.Scott says:

    This is the best thing Kent Hovind ever did! 🙂 – (Warning – may not be suitable for young ones)

  4. firemancarl says:

    Yeh, his idiot son got Extantdodo tossed/suspended from youtube. He/ YEC filed false DMCAs against ED. f*ckers!

  5. Pleco says:

    No, but thanks for asking!

  6. PatrickHenry says:

    Poor Kent. He discovered the truth about evolution, but the Darwinists got him.

  7. Karl says:

    Sometimes, I wish there were more flamboyant nutcases like Hovind out there. The level of retardation that spills out of him embarrasses even YECs to the point where the geniuses behind AIG published a document citing Hovind’s mouth garbage as examples of what NOT to use when arguing for creationism. I think to creationist movement, Hovind represents the inbred basement-dwelling mutant offspring who the neighbors don’t know about. It’s an ugly and terrifying state of cognitive dissonance and most creationists are still in denial about the fact that as their movement progresses, more of them will appear in explosions of embarrassing hilarity. I won’t even go into how Mr. Hovind feels concerning the evils of democracy…

  8. zygosporangia says:

    Heh. Nice… “techmology”

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