Mormons believe Jesus was in America. From a host of Jesus’ American Angels I hear that Jesus just founded the Southern White People’s Party so that true believers can take sanctuary from the evil politics foisted on all Americans by the Democratic Party – who ignore the Bible and the right of Godly Men to have more then one wife! It’s in the Bible! David and Solomon had many wives! Jesus could have had a hundred wives if he so desired.
Huckabee blames the Sandy Hook shooting on those who took prayers out of school. But, I blame it on the Christian-right taking over the Republican Party that was founded by radical socialists from Europe, and folks who were into women’s rights, free love and land – as the poster above attests to.
Only when the evangelical white man is free from anything that looks like politics, will Jesus prevent the next Sandy Hook. Only evangelicals can prevent the slaughter of innocent children – by not voting in the next election!
Vote for Jesus, and only Jesus, and all will be well in America. The New Southern Strategy has come! I see God’s Holy Walled Cities of Pure White Love, wherein the Master Race is protected from evil politics.
Once safely inside these Sanctuaries (padded with God’s Special Love) there will be no need for guns and assault rifles. All one needs are ram horns to blow, and the evil ones will – drop dead! Remember Jericho! The more horns – the merrier!
Social conservatives Mike Huckabee, Tony Perkins and Gary Bauer are threatening to leave the Republican Party if it softens its stance against gay marriage.
After the Republican National Committee (RNC) released a report which called for less vocal opposition to gay rights, several conservatives reacted angrily.
“The vast majority of the GOP base believes that marriage is a non-negotiable plank of the national platform,” said Perkins, president of the Christian conservative Family Research Council (FRC). “If the RNC abandons marriage, evangelicals will either sit the elections out completely, or move to create a third party. Either option puts Republicans on the path to a permanent minority.”
In an interview with Newsmax, Huckabee, a former GOP candidate for president, said the GOP risks alienating its base over the issue.
“They might. And if they do, they’re going to lose a large part of their base because evangelicals will take a walk,” he said. “And it’s not because there’s an anti-homosexual mood, and nobody’s homophobic that I know of, but many of us, and I would consider myself included, base our standards not on the latest Washington Post poll, but on an objective standard, not a subjective standard.”
Speaking Tuesday at the National Organization for Marriage’s (NOM) rally on the Nation Mall calling on the Supreme Court to uphold two laws, Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which exclude gay couples from marriage or from receiving the benefits of marriage, Bauer, who headed the FRC for a decade, threatened to leave the party if it “bailed” on the issue.
“I’m a Republican,” Bauer told the crowd. “Let me say to my party: If you bail out on this issue, I will leave the party and I will take as many people as I possibly can.” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)