I'm not sure where to start, so I will keep it short. This clearly shows the dangers of the extreme right to the future of the Republican Party. The author of this piece would most definitely support a theocracy in this Country. He takes us from a recognition of certain rights endowed by our creator in the Declaration of Independence all the way to subjegating the Constitution to the Bible. Along the way, he sets a course for outlawing not only homosexual acts but homosexuality itself in the US. He seems completely unaware of the First Amendment in a number of respects, and would without a doubt establish Christianity (of some sort) as the official religion of the country. He doesn't say what the status of the other faiths or non-faiths would be, but it should not be difficult to guess.
This is not a pretty picture, but many of the far right will support his position, and will be demoralized when they find out the Roy Moore is not on Bush's short list for the USSC.
posted on 07/11/2005 10:08:57 AM PDT
The author of this piece would most definitely support a theocracy in this Country.
Did the author actually call for church and state to be combined into one institution, making it illegal for anyone to profess another religion other than Christianity? I haven't finished reading it yet, but I doubt it.
posted on 07/12/2005 9:07:44 AM PDT
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