I agree completely. The party that booed God at its convention has just won a second term. We can’t deny it any further. We live in a post-Christian society.
No. We are no longer in a society that thinks religion belongs in politics and the government. There’s a difference, as troubling as that might be to some.
Candidates that tried to put rape in some sort of divine context lost.
Look for the Catholic Church now to have its Emily Litella moment and go crawling back into the shadows in meek acceptance of the mandate. They will acquiesce to indirect funding of abortions, just as they have in Europe for over three decades.
Not once did I hear from any Catholic pulpit the appeal that it was our moral duty to vote against Obama. The “voter guides” we got on Sunday before the election were a muddy, muddled mess. Abortion, “social justice”, “immigration reform”...could not make heads or tails out of it.
Europe is just beginning to reap the joyful benefits of its deliberate detachment from God and Judeo-Christian principles.
When the collapse occurs, which will most likely occur within the next four years, and leads us into a global depression that makes the 1930’s look like the Roarin’ Twenties and eventually plunges us into another world war,
THEY and WE will go running back to God like children who were lost in a crowd when they finally find their father.
Don’t forget, we can still AFFORD to be prideful, atheistic humanists. Very soon, we will not be able to afford that luxury. And then all we will have left is the consent from government to behave as decadently as we want.
If the so called “Religion Cons” could not bother to show up in 2008 or 2012 - you know what?
F THEM ALL.
And God hasn’t voted yet. He will, have no doubt.