Oh yes, I certainly believe everything that comes out of - I'm a bit more afraid of what goes into - the Rev. Ted Haggard's mouth; from ABC ABC News
Much has been made of America's so-called religious divide, but few of the discussions and debates resemble Alexandra Pelosi's new film, "Friends of God."Poor God!
The HBO documentary shows the Rev. Ted Haggard, the former president of the National Association of Evangelicals, talking frankly about how evangelical Christians have sex more than any other religious group.
Haggard resigned from the church in 2006, after a scandal linked him to drugs and a male prostitute.
Haggard served as Pelosi's tour guide through the evangelical community. In the film, he proclaims that evangelicals have the best sex lives in the world.
"You know all the surveys say that evangelicals have the best sex life of any other group," he says.
In the documentary, Haggard asks an evangelical next to him how often he has sex with his wife. The man replies, "Every day." Haggard then explains that evangelicals have a lot of love and says to Pelosi, "You don't think these babies come out of nowhere?"
With friends like the Rev. Ted Haggard - and Mel Gibson - He (or She) hardly needs enemies.