This poster, for example, believes that "God designed girls" in such a way that their "bodies wouldn't reject a foreign body", and that having multiple sex partners in one's lifetime "compromises a woman's immunity to viruses and disease greatly." (Although having multiple sex partners does give you a greater chance of getting an STD, but this probably wasn't what they had in mind.)
Fundies often claim that the Constitution established the United States as a Christian nation. This quote claims that the Founding Fathers made it illegal for atheists to testify in court or to hold public office.
Usually occurs when fundies complain about affirmative action for racial minorities. This Freeper, while mocking transgender people, comes up with a hypothetical scenario in which a white "transracial" individual says he's black on a college application and is automatically accepted despite low SAT scores.
Baby Factory: Nathaniel, of Jesus Loves Everything, recommends as punishment for women who get abortions that they should be lobotomized, and then forcibly artificially inseminated by rape machines that resemble robotic spiders over and over again in vast farms where they will carry the fetus to term. The semen would be taken from the best Christian men, and the babies would be adopted by Christian families who can't conceive on their own to be raised to vote Republican so that they can get all the votes and the United States will be a Christian nation. He also wants the same fate for Christian woman who are brain dead, as well as "heinous feminists".
Bestiality Is Depraved: It's not uncommon for fundies to accuse homosexuals or atheists of bestiality; this has led to many comments about their apparent obsession with the topic. Made all the more disturbing by Neal Horsley, who admitted in a radio interview to having had sex with a mule.
Cerebus Syndrome: In a way. The early days of the site were mostly good for a laugh, if you find yourself amused by extremes of human stupidity. Quotes came mostly from religious web fora, and were, for the most part, the type of humorous idiocy exhibited by the users of Rapture Ready and CARM. The splitting off of CSTDT and RSTDT into their own sections led to many quotes being submitted not because of their stupidity, but because they represented a throwback to less-enlightened times. The situation went From Bad to Worse after the election of Barack Obama and the rise of the Tea Party, which released a fury of conservatives all eager to say the most horrible and disgusting things about the President, and quotes promoting racism or Objectivism became more common than the original science-denying quotes. Nowadays, FSTDT can make one lose all faith in humanity.
Cool and Unusual Punishment: On particularly offensive posts, you may see comments about how the fundie in question should be punished. Said punishments are often ludicrously over-the-top.
A comment on the Abusive Parents example above read that Mr. Hyles (who has been dead for a while now) should be "spanked with a white-hot spiked paddle with running chainsaw blades attached, while simultaneously getting whipped with a length of razor wire (the kind with blades, not just barbed wire) coated with sulfuric acid."
Cultural Cringe: Though only a handful have taken it beyond the pale, one cannot really deny that most of the American commenters resent their country because of the perceived fundamentalist stranglehold on the country's politics and culture, particularly when compared to Western Europe, which several commenters will hold up as exemplars of what a society should be like.
Someof thecommenters seem to think that democracy doesn't do enough to stop fundamentalism, and so appear to be in favor of religion being treated the way it was by Stalin and Mao. Thankfully, these people seem to be a minority and they're occasionally called out by other commenters.
Want proof? After reading it, the commenter Passerby was so enraged at the poster that he actually wanted to murder him. Unlike the earlier cases of commenters telling the fundies to die in a fire or the like, he was NOT exaggerating.
Many of those quoted believe that people will suffer eternal torment for arbitrary things such as homosexuality or even merely having a different belief. It's particularly disturbing since some of the quotes go into extremely specific detail as to what they believe will happen to their "enemies".
Divine Parentage: Wotans Krieger seems to think that this is what makes Germanic peoples (or Aryans,as he calls them) better than the rest of humanity. Namely, they're not "mere human animal(s)", but descendants of the Gods themselves. It gets worse when you recognize the kind of Gnosticism he's referring to—the one where the number of souls caught in the physical universe never actually increases. In other words, if you're not a divine-lineage Aryan, you're a Demiurgic abomination that should never have existed in the first place.
The commenters have a version of this as well. Whenever an American fundie is quoted, a small subset (mostly Headache) of the non-American commenters will blame the USA as a whole for the existence of its fundies, but this never happens when the fundie quoted is from elsewhere, and if an American tries to claim such, the other commenters show him no mercy.
Driven to Madness: Subverted. Brendan Rizzo is a commenter that has been characterized into saying how bad the US fundies suck. In fact, he did it so much he (at times) generalized fundies into the whole US population. Other commenters sometimes put in their own anecdotes from fundies on their countries to show him the US was not alone in the fundy infestation. He has retired permanently from the site in order to prevent himself from becoming insane from so much stupidity he saw in a regular basis. (Though not before becoming a meme.) note That comment is from October 2013 and refers to Rizzo as though he were still a regular commenter. In actual fact, he left the site more than a year before that.