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October 31, 2006

Democrats Hate God

-- by Dave Johnson

Why it seems like just the other day -- oh, wait, Sunday WAS just the other day -- InstaPundit was whining and playing victim and saying,

"If a Republican said something like that about Democrats, it would be a national scandal."
And here we are today, at right-wing TownHall, we have a Republican saying JUST that,
On this week devoted to the doings of the Dark Side, it seems apropos, somehow, to pause and reflect on those who have done so much to darken the spiritual landscape of these United States …

… the earnest advocates of atheism and sexual perversion who yearn, like vampires, to suck the very life out of our religious freedoms and sense of community …

… the too-many innocuous voters and ordinary citizens who, in their thirst to avoid conflict, played along with political correctness at the ballot box, and helped create the monsters of immorality that now dominate the political scene …

… the aggressive attorneys and activists who, wrapped mummy-like in their own agenda, have found their fortune in pressing the lawsuits that have brought paranoia and social paralysis to churches and school districts and businesses all over America.

Between them, this sprawling alliance of anti-God enthusiasts has proven frighteningly efficient at remaking America in their own brutal, dehumanizing image. In the space of a few decades, they have managed to entrench abortion and homosexual behavior, objectify children into sexual objects, criminalize Christianity in the popular culture, and promote guilt and self-doubt as the foremost qualities of our national character.

It goes on. And on...

Posted by Dave Johnson at October 31, 2006 6:20 AM

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Brutal, dehumanizing image? Sounds like what the Republicans have been doing to us, if you ask me.

Posted by: MJ [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 31, 2006 9:13 AM

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