Tuesday, August 26, 2003

The crossover

I wondered aloud the other day how many "mainstream" Christians were going to be hopping in Roy Moore's nakedly extremist bandwagon. Well ...

Dobson Urges Support of 'Ten Commandments Justice'

"What we have now is a perfect usurpation by the courts of our rights as citizens," Hodel said. "If the court hadn't distorted the meaning of the Constitution with regard to religion and this arbitrary, false doctrine of the separation of church and state, there wouldn't be an issue here.

"If the American people, Christians and others, don't stand up now, they won’t be able to protect these freedoms in the future. It will be too late."

Obviously, these freedoms include the right to shove their beliefs down the throats of others -- and force them to pay for it, too.

[Thanks to Tristero for the heads-up.]

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