Sarah Palin apparently thinks we need some "divine intervention" in our politics, as if we haven't been Jesus'd enough already by these clowns who don
Sarah Palin apparently thinks we need some "divine intervention" in our politics, as if we haven't been Jesus'd enough already by these clowns who don't believe in the separation of church and state. Not surprising since these great Tea Party "patriots" think the only "real Americans" are Christians.
I wish Palin’s concern for the media criticizing those who inject religion into our politics was true. Sadly it is just the opposite as we’ve seen with the likes of the Tony Perkins and other hate mongers being allowed to weigh in on DADT and the abortion debate. And someone tell me how easy it is for anyone who is an atheist to get elected? Or who’s not a Christian for that matter? I don’t know what world Palin is living in, but it doesn’t resemble the one I’ve been watching when it comes to those expressing their faith having any problems in the media or with getting elected.
That of course will never stop the likes of Palin from playing the religious victim card.
Phillips: It goes without saying the end game for the Tea Party movement is a conservative House and a conservative Senate, or as I had a chance to tell some people earlier today, next year at this time we need to see the title former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and former Senator Harry Reid.
When we are successful and we have a conservative House and a conservative Senate, as soon as that happens, what do you think are the top three things that have got to be done?
Palin: We’ve got to reign in the spending obviously and not, you know, raising extremely high budgets and then say okay we’re going to freeze a couple of programs here or there. That doesn’t do us any good really. We’ve got to start reigning in the spending. We have got to jump start these energy projects that again we’ve heard so much about because it’s ridiculous that we have the sitting warehouse under god’s green earth here in the United States of America. Rich resources, oil and gas and our coal and all these conventional sources of recourses we have got to actually walk that walk to allow them to come to development.
And then I think kind of tougher to, kind of tougher to put our arms around but, allowing America’s spirit to rise again by not being afraid, not being afraid to kind of go back to some of our roots as a god fearing nation where we’re not afraid to say, especially in times of potential trouble in the future here, we’re not afraid to say, you know, we don’t have all the answers as fallible men and women so it would be wise of us to start seeking some divine intervention again in this country, so that we can be safe and secure and prosperous again.
To have people involved in government who aren’t afraid to go that route, not so afraid of the political correctness that, you know, they have to be afraid of what the media would say about them if they were to proclaim their reliance on our creator.