Tuesday, November 09, 2004

Why Democrats Can’t Win the White House – they hate people of religious faith

Or, if they don't, then they can’t get their anti-faith faction to stifle it. This is, after all, still a religious country. Ever wonder why people of faith don’t feel welcome in the Democratic Party?

Try out these hyperbolic quotes from the mainstream, liberal media for size…

* Sidney Blumenthal, writing in Salon, says that the new Senate majority is "more theocratic than Republican."

* Maureen Dowd, a New York Times columnist, says the president "ran a jihad in America so he can fight one in Iraq."

* Thomas Friedman, also of the NY Times intolerantly accuses Bush's base of wanting "to extend the boundaries of religion" and of promoting "intolerance."

* Garry Wills writes in the New York Times, "Can a people that believes more fervently in the Virgin Birth than in evolution still be called an Enlightened nation?" He ends by saying that "moral zealots" will scare moderate Republicans with their "jihads."

* Harper's magazine publisher, John R. MacArthur, aimed at both Bush and Kerry for advertising "their subservience to Jesus Christ and the Christian god, without the least concern about whether it might offend me."

* Margaret Carlson wrote in the Los Angeles Times that Catholic bishops "demonized" Kerry's supporters by warning them that "they could go to hell just for voting for him."
(source: Newsmax.com)

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