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Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Alternet: What's in the water in Texas?

THIS IS STRAIGHT OUT OF THE CHRISTIAN RECONSTRUCTIONIST HANDBOOK !!
It isn't in the water; it is Bush's cronies. THIS IDIOT MUST NOT BECOME GOVERNOR.

DOESN'T TEXAS HAVE ENOUGH DEATH PENALTIES ALREADY WITHOUT EXECUTING PEOPLE FOR HANKY-PANKY?

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What's in the water in Texas?
http://www.alternet.org/bloggers/mcewan/33215

That's some seriously spiked Kool-Aid...

This CR wants to establish a Christian Reconstructionist state. Florida wants to found a CR town (see Granny's earler post). Now South Carolina wants to create a Promised Land. The Republicans are after Church rosters so they cn campaign to the millions of Christians.

We are being inundated, folks. We'd better start fighting back. "They" are busy already for the November elections.
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5 Comments:

  • At Tuesday, March 07, 2006 9:42:00 PM , Blogger Marty said...

    Hello Worried American and fellow Houstonian. Glad I found my way here. Great blog!

    I saw where Tom DeLay had 67% of the votes in the primary. Unbelieveable. Take a look at my post "Stuck Between a Lie and a Corrupt Place" to learn what some Houston area pastors did.

    http://martyonthehomefront.blogspot.com/2006/02/stuck-between-lie-and-corrupt-place.html

     
  • At Wednesday, March 08, 2006 3:55:00 AM , Blogger Worried said...

    Welcome to our blog, Marty. I checked out your blog and the url you left above.

    It isn't just the Houston pastors. Christians number in the millions and represent a terrific voting bloc. Both Republicans and Democrats are targeting chuches, and asking for their member rosters so the congregants can be bliktzed with voting propaganda. Also they pressure or lead the pastors to influence the votes of the church members. Pat Robertson campaigns every election year to his 800,000 TV viewers (down from 1,000,000 I read). He exerts tremendous influence on his followers and contributes large amounts of money to candidates of whom he approves or can be led to vote for issues Pat approves.
    Check out his website and click on all related subjects and you will see how he plays politics.

    The Repubs do not reveal their real agenda to the churches; instead they play the family values, anti-abortion, anti-gay marriage - all the hot buttons with Christians - and push the "Nation Under God" scenario.
    And what Christian would deny Godly values in our government? They deceive "even the very elect".

     
  • At Wednesday, March 08, 2006 10:23:00 AM , Blogger Marty said...

    WA said: They deceive "even the very elect".

    Yep, my thoughts exactly. Thanks for visiting my blog.

     
  • At Wednesday, March 08, 2006 2:59:00 PM , Blogger Kvatch said...

    Oh! Mr. Kilgore is a delight. I anticipate so much fine blogging at his expense! I'm practically smacking my lips in anticipation. Just one thing...I was raised in El Paso, TX and anticipate much anguish for my poor parents. Good think my mom doesn't blog.

     
  • At Thursday, March 09, 2006 12:43:00 AM , Blogger Granny said...

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