www.townhall.com/columnists/davidlimbaugh/printdl20041019.shtml Why do you suppose President Bush gets so much flak for his faith and John kerry is applauded for his professions of faith--by the very same people? Could it be that the faith-allergic fear that President Bush is actually sincere about his faith? As I recall, while President Bush made no secret during the debates of his reliance on God, it was not him, but John Kerry who was citing scripture--or trying to. And it was Kerry who said, "my faith affects everything I do, in truth." Yet mainstream media secularists continue to depict President Bush, not Senator Kerry, as some fire-breathing colonial Puritan whose rigid faith is both an enemy to reaon--even reality--and to the nation itself. There is a method, beyond christian-bashing, to this pragmatic secular media madness. They just want to paint George Bush as an intolerant Christian bogot, but as a person whose worldview blinds him to facts, reason and reality. This explains why he attacked Iraq, irrespective of the "facts" about WMD. President Bush's Christianity is not an enemy of his reason or deliberation. It is not an enemy of his fact-based desisions or slef-reflection. It is the rock upon which he depends in these exceedingly tough times. Even extreme chruch-state seperatists, until recently, didn't make the absurd demand that our leaders divorce their faith from their governace. Nor are they requiring it of John Kerry. What is clear is that secularists like Suskind don't believe that strong, committed Christians are well suited for governace. It is also clear they don't worry about John Kerry in this regard, which speaks volumes about their assessment of the sincerity of kerry's professions of faith. Self-professing Christians may still hold office, provided they either aren't sincere about their faith or they keep it in the closet with the door closed and lock secured.