E-mail: elouis @edit.nydailynews.com
"formerly served as associate editor of The New York Sun"
What is up with that? The Sun is endevouring to be NY's conservative non-tabloid paper.
Lotta "formerly" this and "has done" thats in his bio. I think reading between the lines spells out "unemployed."
Mullahs of the religious right? If the writer is so stupid that he can't tell the difference, I can't bother to read any further.
Hate, hate, hate, hate. That's all these people can spew. They hate God, they hate freedom, they hate anyone who disagrees eith them, they hate the Declaration of Independence, they hate babies, they hate REAL liberal education, they hate this country. The true religiously intolerant people are the far left wackos who censor and insult anyone who disagrees with their worldview.
Guess what, they lost, they're the minority, they have no ideas for making this country better, they are the enemies of America. They have nothing in their hearts except for the same old tired slogans and hate for the majority of wise people who saw through their lies and intolerence. They are bigots of the highest order. Go cry somewhere else, I'm not listening.
|Consider the following events, all of which have taken place since Election Day.
Posting an opinion on a web site qualifies as an event in this jokers world. The libs are still in denial that they got their ears pinned back Nov. 3.
Kennedy was a tax cutter as well. The left never recognizes JFK's conservative side.
Just a note: Kennedy said his "wise words" during a campaign where one of his biggest stumbling blocks was that the non-Catholic public was fearful of him becoming president. Rumor was that he would just be a figurehead for the Vatican. Kennedy was trying to dispel that feeling and get himself elected.
Of the four words he used to describe the US, only one - "constitutional" - has any validity in describing our system. While our founders did adopt democratic forms, they certainly were not concerned with being "modern" or "secular". Forget about erosion, how about obliteration?
Ok I think I get it. Its ok for them to force their twisted perverted silly ideals on us but we better not try to mention God. Wayyyyy to dangerous. They have never really explained how God is a danger to people. Its strange, too, cause He created the very people who hate Him.
Can we stop the idea that it is somehow a religious values clash that divides.
It is socialism, pure and simple, that is causing the rift.
I dispise the socialist agenda. In fact, I don't need religious polemics to argue against the socialists, and that is what the democrats are: SOCIALISTS.
We are fighting socialism and its ilk.
Time to diffuse the left's playbook because while they can and will make a mockery of religion and religious people, and hide behind this cloak of obfuscation, we need to make them understand that the jig's up. The real agenda is out there.
I met my cousins lesbian "partner" yesterday at thanksgiving dinner. They seemed a little concerned about being in the same room with such a dangerous "right winger" as myself. I like to think that I planted a small seed of reality in their heads.
They didn't find the raging homophobe gay basher they obviously expected. What the found was a rational person with a different opinion.
Per our earlier conversation.
Be afraid, be VERY afraid Errol!
YES! Wheee...wow.... thanks for roadmap Errol.
Think I will get archconservative tattooed on my butt...maybe with winner under it .............LOL..............................................................
"I believe in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute," said Kennedy. "Where no religious body seeks to impose its will directly or indirectly upon the general populace or the public acts of its officials.... I believe in a President whose religious views are his own private affair."
kennedy was attempting to reassure the US public that as a Cholic (first one elected president) he would not be doing the bidding of the Pope in Rome. Just like a Jew running for president would have to assure the public that he was not a tool for Israel and would not be at their beck and call.
The author knows this and yet uses this misleading quote anyway, shame on him, I can understand why the editors at the Sun let him go.
"Convenntional wisdon" - - the last refuge of the ignorant and lazy mind.
Anyways, just for fun, here is the verbatim text of Amendment 1. (It contains nothing about "separation of church and state". That myth arose from a disgraceful, perverted, one-way take on the first line of Amendment 1, and a complete dismissal of the six words following the first comma. Spin, distort, pervert, repeat....)
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances."
The opening phrase, "Congress shall make no law....", has been perverted by the liberals into prohibiting a valedictorian from praying publicly at his graduation, barring military folks from leading Boy Scout troops, and condemning public displays of the Ten Commandments.
Errol Louis and his ilk are sick dogs who are scared to death that America may be on the verge of reclaiming its moral compass.