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April 23, 2005

Today's Question

-- by Dave Johnson

When did the fight over Bush's judges become a fight over "Christianity?" I think this reveals a lot more about the real agenda behind this takeover of the judicial system than we understood previously.

Posted by Dave Johnson at April 23, 2005 4:59 PM

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These motherfuckers are crazy.

Posted by: Vinnie at April 23, 2005 7:18 PM

Well there is quite a bit of info here at Armageddon on the Potomac

Keep up the fine work. A little passion goes a long way.

Posted by: The Heretik at April 23, 2005 7:19 PM

Their agenda: theocracy!

Posted by: Helga Fremlin at April 23, 2005 9:45 PM

I was reading the policy papers at the Family Research Council and I found out that they are people of fear, not faith.

I can't know if the FRC leadership is fearful, but the followers damn sure are.

By the way Dave, do you remember your post about privatizing the National Parks? Look at this:

http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=542&u=/ap/forest_service_sale&printer=1

It takes Social Security and our public land to finance those tax cuts for the wealthy. Matbe they need the pseidochristians to back them up.

Posted by: grannyinsanity at April 23, 2005 11:52 PM

It's been fear all along, granny. Some of the leaders are afraid, but usually for different reasons. They fear loss of power, and to keep power they whip up fear in their flocks.

Kinda like Karl Rove and Dubya.

I believe, however, that these are the last desperate throes of an outmoded belief system -- although it may be a bit, well, rocky for a while, in the end, this too shall pass.

Posted by: newswriter at April 24, 2005 3:13 AM

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