Obama agenda not “based on Bible”

OK, I understand the “I’m tired of voting for the lesser of two evils” argument. Really. I do.

But what if the question of whether or not “we’re a small ‘c’ christian nation” is added to it. We’re now a nation so intolerant of any view but that put forth by a former Nazi in Rome that just won’t allow any other point of view to prosper.

We may be having an election on just that question.

Santorum says Obama agenda not “based on Bible”

Footnote; If I’m not mistaken, EVERY justice on the SCOTUS is a Catholic.

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Author: Timbuk3

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5 thoughts on “Obama agenda not “based on Bible””

  1. Sorry but the party of the Bat-Shit-Crazy-People don’t have a chance in Hell on winning anything but a one way ticket out of town. They will be run out by the Rs before 2016 so they can run someone that can talk, walk and chew gum at the same time like Jeb with betryus as vp.

    On scotus I’m not sure but Calif. Prop. 8 will end up there so we’ll see how the pro-corp. court votes.

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  2. I’m not sure if I *hope* you’re right, but I think you’re *probably* right. I’d like to see the baggers continue to control the GOP primaries and put up lots of unelectable candidates like “I’m not a witch” and “second amendment remedies”. There are lots of lessons about “ideological purity” here, but then again, that could only accomplish “more Dems”, not “better Dems”, so it’s a mixed bag. Because of “I’m not a witch” I got to help elect Chris Coons, who I’m mostly cool with, instead of the “moderate” Mike Castle, who truly *WAS* moderate, but can’t vote that way because the GOP kills it’s moderates. Because of “second amendment remedies” we got more Harry Reid. I like Harry better than most of you probably do, but I can at least understand why that is. And it’s the baggers who are keeping rMoney from being a shoe-in, which may or may not be a good thing. How would you like a brokered GOP convention to produce li’l Jebby and betrayus or Governor Fat Fattie as the ticket. Those two would surely giggle as they pushed the middle class over the edge of the cliff.

    I have absolutely no argument with “the pro-corp court”, as I think this is the most pro-corporate court in my lifetime, perhaps in history. But, they’re also all Catholics, so the Pope is a tie-breaker on social issues. Which completely sucks.

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