Matthew Paul Turner’s whole piece berating Christians for eating at Chick-Fil-A is full of moments where you can pratically hear his brain screeching to a halt, but commentor “Fuinseoig” at MCJ singles out this for special mention:
Whether or not hate actually existed is not the point, people felt hated.
And then shows us where the logic takes us:
Whether or not lake monsters actually exist is not the point, people felt the presence of Nessie.
Whether or not the bank was actually robbed is not the point, people felt their money was gone.
Whether or not the Irish equestrian squad actually won enough points in the contest was not the point, the Irish nation felt like they were the gold medal winners.
Whether or not I actually bought a ticket for the lottery is not the point, I felt like I deserved to be the winner of the Euromillions Jackpot on Saturday.