"Take back your religious nut Puritan prudes. The have ruined the USA and frankly its time they go back where they came from."
Aww c'mon, we forced them out of our country, it's up to you to do the same. Be reasonable, USA was already wrecked - and we did give you George Washington by way of compensation (that one backfired a bit though).
Anyway, just know that we fully intend on rounding up and exporting the rest of our crazies/fundamentalists/prudes that slipped the net 400 years ago. We feel they'll be more at home in modern day America anyway.
If you can't take it anymore, come live in England. Dentistry has made huge technological leaps, the food is decent, we rarely suffer natural disasters, the weather isn't always shitty, we have less gross government debt and if you can get uk citizenship you can even have free healthcare. Crucially for you, we're moving further and further away from any sort of religious beliefs - we have no bible belts here!
Now about this app, I'm not for it. Seems ignorant to me. I reckon that if Apple want to sell and promote this app they ought to be obliged to make Osama Bin Laden's videos as podcasts - both he and this Christian group promote hatred and prejudice.
Free speech doesn't enter into it btw. Are some people here actually suggesting that a retailer has no control over what they stock? Would a writer of pornography persue Barnes & Noble over free speech if they refused to stock his latest best-selling smut novel next to the new dan brown book, on the grounds of moral objection to the content? Of course not, they would find an appropriate place they could distribute their work among people who are more receptive to their content, in this case probablly an adult bookstore. It's Apple's ball and if they don't want to let you play you can't force them.I just hope they come to their senses on this and shoot the guys who approved it in the first place.