This is from FOX News, not that I trust their view overmuch.
It still amazes me that, in the 21st Century, the Right Wing Christian Control Party (that would be the Republicans) would still be trying to interfere in the private lives of American citizens. I wish these religious nut bags would just understand their own Bible, and leave honest America to honest Americans.
This is an excellent example of how the Republicans are pushing a religious doctrine of hate towards anyone who is “different” or does not know Jesus as a personal savior. I have to ask, how are Christian fundamentalists different from Islamic fundamentalists who drive airplanes into buildings? Is it just that the Republicans haven’t gotten the balls together to start hijacking planes, yet?
Islamic fundamentalists hate anyone who doesn’t accept Allah as God. (They are infidels and you can kill them.)
Christian fundamentalists hate anyone who doesn’t accept Jesus as God. (They take rights away and treat them as pariahs. They would probably kill them if they could get away with it, or at least, put them in “reeducation camps” and tell them about Jesus in a hope of saving them. The unsavable, in their view, would be killed.)
Gee. Not much of a difference, is there? I mean, at least Islamic fundamentalists are honest about what they intend to do to non-believers. Republicans/Christian fundamentalists are disingenuous about their goals. They want to “save” you from yourself, because they don’t think you’ve got the brains to think for yourself.
Your stupid, in their eyes. Plain and simple.
Palin reversed her position and vetoed the bill after the state attorney general said it was unconstitutional. But her reluctant support didn’t win fans among Alaska’s gay population, said Scott Turner, a gay activist in Anchorage.
So she getws shot down legally, she’ll try to “pray the gay away” instead.
Whatever happened to God loves everyone? Isn’t that in the Bible, too? I guess her Bible reads like a manifesto of hatred instead of the loving word of God it is supposed to be.
Americans must move past hese divisive stances and embrace the future. It is the only way this country will survive.