Skip to comments.Democrats Recruit God to Advance Morally Bankrupt Agenda
Posted on 09/21/2006 5:52:46 AM PDT by Alex Murphy
The new DNC is at it again... Still reeling from a string of campaign losses and struggling to find the right words to connect with a nation that has great faith in religion but little in the Democratic Party as a result. Democrat leaders are desperate enough to try anything. But can weaving carefully selected religious lingo into crafted campaign speeches save a political party built entirely upon an immoral and un-American platform?
According to DNC Chairman Dean and all DNC leaders, they must talk religion to win elections, like it or not. They have come away from the string of political defeats with the new belief that Americans won't elect people who don't talk about religion. This has become a typical strategic blunder for the modern Democratic Party. They never read voter dissent as opposition to their political positions. They again misinterpret their disconnect with American voters as only a language gap, rather than the cataclysmic divide between today's socialist anti-religion Democrats and average Americans who still very much believe in both God and America.
Will scripting religious language into their campaign speeches save the Democratic Party, or is adopting real moral values the only thing that can save the party now? The rhetoric will undoubtedly work for some, but not most. I'm reminded of an incident I'll share...
President and Mrs. Bush, along with several heads of state, in this case, specifically John Kerry and Dick Durbin, both Democrats, both Catholic, attended the funeral services of the late Pope John Paul II in Rome. Although several star-struck Italian liberals gathered for a quick photo op with the two internationally known liberals ....
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On what planet?
On what planet?
They have the words but not the music and they don't know what page they are on.
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