At the Values Voters Summit, a conservative cheer leading party being held in Washington D.C., an evangelical pastor Robert Jeffress called Mormonism a cult. Looking at the statement on its face, he's correct. Mormonism is a cult. However, it was his motive, in my opinion, which makes his statement bigoted. It was his effort to drum up support for Rick Perry, and take support away from Mitt Romney, using religious bigotry as a wedge issue. Only problem is that Ole' Rev. Jeffress failed to address the fact that his chosen superstition, Christianity, is also a cult - just like Islam, Hinduism, Judaism, Paganism, Animism, etc.
In an article written by Christopher Hitchens regarding the fat assed, mysoginystic, homophobic, bigot Rick Warren's statements, Mr. Hitchens said,
It is theoretically possible to make an apparently bigoted remark that is also factually true and morally sound. Thus, when the Rev. Bailey Smith, one of the deputies of the late Jerry Falwell, claimed that "God almighty does not hear the prayer of a Jew," I was in complete agreement with him. This is because I do not believe that there is any supernatural supervisor who lends an ear to any prayer.
In that same vein, Jeffress statement, while clearly motivated by religious hatred, is completely true. Now all Jeffress needs to do is look in a mirror.
It depends on if you go with the literal words which could be true or with the spirit of the words which is hypocritical rubbish.
Voyager's prediction of rebellious punk kids sounds plausible.