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This is the same Madonna who once said, ‘Crucifixes are sexy because there's a naked man on them.’"

According to the American Family Association, a non-profit organization that represents traditional family values, focusing primarily on the influence of television and other media – including pornography – on our society, following the lead of Rosie O'Donnell and ABC, NBC has decided to join in the bashing of Christians by airing a Madonna special in November. A specific date has not been released.

The AFA states “In the show, Madonna, wearing a fake crown of thorns, descends on a suspended mirrored, disco ball-type cross.
When some Christian leaders complained about the mockery, NBC ignored their concerns.�

�Making mockery of the crucifixion of Christ has been a trademark of Madonna for many years. In 1989 she had a video for the hit song "Like A Prayer." The video featured burning crosses, statues crying blood and Madonna--representing Jesus--freeing a saint from his sexual repression by seducing him. This is the same Madonna who once said, ‘Crucifixes are sexy because there's a naked man on them.’"

�Kevin Reilly, an executive at NBC, said Madonna considered the scene mocking the crucifixion of Christ the highlight of her show. ‘We (NBC) viewed it and didn't see it as being inappropriate.’
Madonna considers mocking the crucifixion of Jesus the highlight of her show and NBC agrees.�

Janet Jackson was nearly burned at the stake for a “novel� publicity stunt, yet Madonna’s offensive devil worship is considered entertainment?

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