To: Behind Liberal Lines
Mel Gibson is a public figure on his personal crusade to make a monumental religious movie. His life is open to scrutiny. He is a movie star, a director, and now a prominent religious figure.
Mel Gibson is a public figure on his personal crusade to make a monumental religious movie. His life is open to scrutiny.
It's one thing to attack Gibson's behavior. It's another to cast aspersions on a religion.
I believe that less than five percent of Americans are Jewish. Is that a "fringe" religion too, now? How about Buddists? Or the Mennonites? Or the Mormons? Are the "antiquated" religions?
Scrutinize Gibson for shady business dealings or intemperate statements (if they, in fact, exist). But don't single out a religion for attack.
You call this scrutiny.
No this is ACCUSERS assaulting a individual's "FREEDOM" of religion.
Funny how sensitive some are about their religion and want those they "HATE" destroyed.
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