Lol. Nothing you will not hear! Identifying herself as an ambassador
for God and Jesus Christ, a Nebraska woman has filed a federal lawsuit
against all homosexual people on the planet for breaking “religious and
Sylvia Ann Driskell of Auburn argues in a seven-page, handwritten
petition delivered to the U.S. District Court of Omaha that
“homosexuality is a sin and that the homosexuals know it is a sin to
live a life of homosexuality,”. “Why else would they have been hiding in
The 66-year-old, who is
representing herself in the lawsuit, cites Webster’s Dictionary as well
as a series of Bible passages in her letter, which is riddled with
spelling and punctuation errors, the Omaha World Herald reports. She
challenges U.S. District Judge John M. Gerrard to not “judge God to be a
lier (sp),” and slams gay people as “liers (sp), deceivers and thieves”
in the case, filed simply as Driskell v. Homosexuals.
“I never thought that I would see a day in which our Great Nation or
our Great State of Nebraska would become so compliant to the complicity
of some people(’s) lewd behavior,” she notes. “It is of the Lord’s
mercies that we are not consumed because his compassions fail not.”
The court has not issued a summons for Driskell, according to NBC.
Of course, that hasn’t stopped a number of high-profile gay writers from
sharing tongue-in-cheek responses to the lawsuit.
Steven Payne of
The Daily Kos said he and his husband, Brian, would be “liquidating our
assets” ahead of a legal ruling in the case, which he jokingly suggested
is a matter for the Supreme Court.
“We anticipate the restitution ordered to this woman will take us down to our very last penny,” he quipped.