Karl Rove manipulated church-goers in Ohio to help the Republicans steal the 2004 presidential election.  Now Mega Churches are gaining popularity and political power.  This is a danger to our political system.

By Chuck Keller | bio

The far right wing of the Republican party is growing stronger as "Mega" Churches flourish all over the country. People are desperate for an "answer" to the fear and hatred which has permeated our political system for too long. CHURCH AND STATE

If Democrats don't get out to vote in the upcoming midterm elections and again in the 2008 presidential race, I'm afraid this trend could cause our country to make a sharp "right" turn in the next decade. If you don't want your grandchildren to have mandatory church attendance and state sponsored Christianity, please vote!

They are using the same tactics as the lobbyists have to gain control of Washington D.C. Pool a lot of people, take their collective wealth and use it to influence political elections. What could be worse? Hopefully the Democrats will use the internet as our "church" to collect enough in donations to fight this "vast right wing conspiracy."

In a way I wish they were right about there being a Hell. Karl Rove would have to pay for all he has done to this country.

VOTE! Then impeach Bush!

Keep Church and State separate for our kid's sake.

Tags: Church and state, Politics, religion (all tags)



Strange, the people at church think the ultra-left and the ultra-liberals will cause them not to be able to express their religious beliefs. They point to the likes of George Soros, and the ACLU and think they have to work harder and push farther to keep the Church from being banned in the USA.
And we have the nerve to tell the Arabs and Israel what they should do!!
by irsouth2 2006-07-17 08:30AM | 0 recs

What came first, the chicken or the egg?  More people have been killed in the name of religion than for any other cause or reason since mankind began to walk upright.  Sad, isn't it?

by goldkey 2006-07-17 02:10PM | 0 recs


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