Somehow, though, it seems that "the Bible" always means one or two books within it. In the case of California lawyer Matt McLaughlin, it seems to be Leviticus and Paul's letters to the Romans and Corinthians.
What exactly does McLaughlin, who lists his address as Huntington Beach, want to do? He wants to execute anyone who commits sodomy.
But, to be fair, the man is not as paleo as he seems at first glance. You see, he does not want to limit the method of snuffing out sodomite' lives to the old-fashioned way. He wants anyone who touches a member of his or her own gender for sexual gratification to be "put to death by bullets to the head or any other convenient method".
Convenient? Well, I guess the man deserves some comfort and ease. After all, he brought $200 of his hard-earned money and a copy of his "Sodomite Suppression Act" to the Office of the Attorney General last month. Here it is, in all of its glory:
Never mind that, last June, a Federal judge declared California's death penalty unconstitutional.