Any time you start a sentence with ‘God hates,’ it doesn’t matter how you finish that sentence. You’re already wrong.
As we all know the first law of Godwin states:
As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches one.
And the added cap is that whoever mentions Nazis or Hitler automatically loses the conversation. I propose a second law:
In an online or offline discussion, when a sentence begins with ‘God hates,’ the speaker of the statement automatically loses the argument.