Friday, July 23, 2004
Wearing his religion on his sleeve: It's a common complaint from the anti-religion left that President Bush injects his religious views into his speeches. For them, the mythical "wall of separation between church and state" is practically translated as public servants shall not talk about G-d.
So what happens when the candidate of the G-dless left has this to say at the National Urban League Conference?
When we look at what is happening in America today we must ask ourselves, where are the deeds? The Bible teaches us: “It is not enough, my brother, to say you have faith, when there are no deeds…Faith without deeds is dead.”
So we have the Democrats' presumptive presidential nominee -- who has previously said that he believes life begins at conception, but votes the extreme pro-choice line (for partial birth abortion, against the Unborn Victims of Violence Act, aka Laci & Connor's law) because he refuses to let his "deeply held" religious beliefs intrude on public policy -- quoting the Bible and using it as a basis for public policy?
I'm curious as to when exactly Kerry's religious beliefs affect his public policy. Abortion obviously is excepted. Euthanasia? Tax policy?
I've got a feeling the answer is: "When it coincides with the positions of the Democrat Party."