For the last two days, Duncan has been explaining his position on religion. I do agree with most of what he says. I happen to take my faith very serio
February 14, 2007

For the last two days, Duncan has been explaining his position on religion. I do agree with most of what he says. I happen to take my faith very seriously. I don't like to talk about it because I feel it should be very personal and very private. Ted Haggard yelled his to millions of people at the top of his lungs and what happened? He was a fraud. The media frames religious belief in basically this way...The Donohue/Falwell/Robertson view of life and morals or there's a check box just below the form that says---"Other." And we know what "Other" means to the media and the DFR's.

If you don't follow the DFR's ramblings completely, to them and the media ---you aren't really religious or "spiritual" in any way. You're a faker. Just trying to appeal to a certain segment for votes---or----because consultants tell you to. "Did you see Ted Kennedy go to Church?" "Yea, what a phony." The media has allowed extreme leaders to seize the moral compass away.

Here's a clip from November of 2005 on Meet the Press, (it's low quality) and watch the hideous messages Falwell and Land are sending out about life and women.

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The beauty of America is freedom of religion.---or not to have any...Roy Moore is from that ilk. If you don't follow their way regarding religion then you're trying to turn the country into a version of the movie called "Caligula." The media gives the DFR's a platform and if anyone disagrees with them in any way, you don't count...Agnostics, atheists or whatever you might be aren't able to have morals because you didn't learn from them. I have to laugh at the DFR's though because each one thinks their religion is the best one. Here's a board member of the FRC and his view on the Pope.

But FRC board member Albert Mohler, the president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, has made several public anti-Catholic statements. During a March 22, 2000, appearance on CNN's Larry King Live, for example, Mohler asserted, "As an evangelical, I believe the Roman church is a false church and it teaches a false gospel. I believe the pope himself holds a false and unbiblical office."

Continuing on his anti-Catholic theme, Mohler wrote in a September 16, 2006, entry on his personal blog, "[T]he office [the pope] holds is an unbiblical institution based in a monarchical ministry that is incompatible with the New Testament's vision of the church. Furthermore, he claims also to be a head of state -- a situation that adds untold layers of additional confusion."

What should Donohue say about that? Nothing. He speaks at their functions as they laugh at his faith---while he sends out vile missives attacking people. C&L readers know that I speak out against the extreme religious right leaders, the people who raise millions of dollars and want the US of A to be run by their interpretation of the bible. That's not what this country was founded on and I reject it...

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