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Quote"I'm not sure of anything he's done, but I like that he's religious — that's really important," Ms. Pulsipher said. ...
Quote from: ShinobiHi Beth,This position regarding Bush is more common than not.How can this be? His approval ratings are often cited at less than 30%. You can certainly find areas where a political candidate will find favor by saying nothing more than "I like the Bible", but that does not describe the bulk of the country.
QuotePerhaps you've also been reading about the bed wetting that is hitting the Republicans based on those low numbers? There is a growing fear that this coming mid-term election is going to result in some serious loss of control in Congress - it's all speculative and the Democrats seem congenitally incapable of taking advantage of the situation, but the President's foolish pushing of talk about the gay marriage amendment (and other 'social conservative' issues) is losing out to substantial issues like illegal immigration, what is going in the Middle East, etc.
QuoteThe bulk of Americans DO have religious convictions, most of that Christian. That doesn't necessarily make them idiots or slaves to a Republican talk track. Some, certainly, but not most.
QuoteThanks for the thought provokers - take care!Shinobi
Quoteanti-Christian and anti-Bush, though why those two are related
QuoteOr are they to demonstrate that more than just Christians have their idiots?
QuoteIn my mind, the fact that Bush happens to be a Christian is not relevant --my disagreement with him stems from his political agenda, not his religious beliefs.
QuoteReligion is POWER; humanity's self-granted possession of the will of God. As long as the reasoning faculties of believers are held hostage by their religions, the tenets of their religion will always play a key role in every decision that they make. This has been the case in America for the past two-hundred plus years and applies to both the voters and those they elect into office.