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Daily Archives: March 12, 2007

and why I could never vote for any one of them.

From Fox News:

Vicious Double Standard

Monday, March 12, 2007

The liberal media loves to focus on things conservatives say. Ann Coutler gets the treatment while Bill Maher gets a pass for wishing the vice president was dead.

So tonight, we thought we would provide a little history lesson for our friends in the mainstream press. We present to you our list of the worst examples of liberal hate speech… and you probably didn’t read about them in The New York Times:

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The face of the enemy may have changed but the words that lead us are just as true today as they were in 1964: Sean Hannity presents: What Would Reagan Do? posted this article:

Honestly, I can’t think of a better potential president among the many candidates already declared, including Tom Tancredo to whom I donated $ (before I heard about a possible Fred Thompson run.) Regardless of what you think of his acting ability or the roles he plays in movies and on TV, he’s a good man and the most likely to think about what   America needs as a whole rather than a multitude of interest groups’ special needs. Of course, the extreme left will absolutely hate him but that’s life. The extreme left hates everybody, including the people they claim to love.

This article tells of pending litigaton over a statue.

The black granite monument, now standing in Cross City on Florida’s Gulf coast, is five-feet tall, weighs six tons, and reads “Love God and Keep His Commandments” at its base…

ACLU Florida executive director Howard Simon was quoted as saying earlier that “government does not have the right to tell Americans which God to worship.”

“The Ten Commandments are an important part of the Judeo-Christian religious tradition and should be read from the pulpit of churches and synagogues – but the Constitution prohibits the government from endorsing religious messages such as this one,” he said.

If this was really about religion, I have a suggestion that would show true tolerance but never seems to occur to these religion killers. If it’s about religion, why not spend dollars on erecting other statues reflecting other religions instead of tearing down a symbol of the religion of 80+% of this nation?

 Why do they always have to come after the Christian faith? One wonders if they are on a mass suicide course. When wars begin to be fought in the streets over the oppressive nature of these groups’ tolerance policies who will they turn to for protection since they will have destroyed the Christian ethic?

March 2007


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