Religious Intolerance Cuts Both Ways!!

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    Cal Thomas



    http://www.townhall.com/columnists/calthomas/printct20050420.shtml
     
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    There's no "suggest" about it, it's pure and simple "FACT".

    Religon stands in the way of abortion, queers wanting to marry, or any one of a myriad of other immoral reasons liberals champion that are in complete opposition to the Bible.

    Keeping liberals in check from flushing this country down the toilet is a full time job. Their ever present push on humanity into the gutter is lead by none other than the devil himself. He's in hell laughing his ass off as his legions of anti-religon robots do their level best to destroy morality. He has charged the godless with opposing anything to do with religon.
     
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    Democrats dont oppose everything to do with religon, we know there is a seperation of church and state, not to mention not everyone in this country believes in the bible, and thats not wrong.
     
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    There is no actual seperation of church and state even mentioned in the constitution as members here have noted many times over, if you do a search on previous posts you will see all the replies on this. Many in this country do in fact believe in the bible and as such make up a large voting constituency. Of course it's not wrong to not believe in the bible but it is for a minority of people to make bad law for the majority. What religious people do not like is to be told to sit down shut up and keep their ideas to themselves because some of those ideas are rooted in faith.
     
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    I agaree everyone should have there own opinion, but when people dont believe in the bible, there looked at as inmoral. I think some republicans vote based on fate alone, because they feel very stongly about there beliefs.
     
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    The ACLU does THAT dirty work for them
     
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    You have issue with people voting based on their beliefs? Weird.
     
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    no I think some republicans vote soley on there RELGIOUS beliefs. I dont have an issue I was just saying thats what I have noticed.
     
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    Here's some free education for you:

    "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."

    That's it.
     
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    ...and Democrats do as well. People are the sum of their experiences...that includes upbringing...faith...morals.

    Atheists vote based on 'their' views on religion, too. ;)
     

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