Saturday, November 17, 2007

Condemnation of a low blow.

Last week it was disclosed that someone has authorized political hit calls on Mitt Romney, attacking Mitt because of the church he attends.

How utterly grotesque! Are not Republicans every day busy fighting the left wing hard bigotry of religious intolerance? How are the attacks on the LDS faith any different than the Democrats intolerance of evangelical Christians?

The anti-Mormon bigotry has no place in our nominating process. None.


Ken Hoyle said...

Agreed 100%, Ted.

It is however acceptable for Mark Klein to claim one of his opponents has cancer and would never serve out his first term? That's because he's a "Doctor" as I understand it. So something as filthy as that, something that reeks of the sewer as bad as that, that's OK? So long as it comes from a "Doctor"?


MARK KLEIN, M.D. said...

Ken--I didn't say FDT suffering from lymphoma wouldn't live out his first term. I just believe the odds are against him because late life lymphomas are notoriously hard to successfully treat.

While I agree 100% with Ted on anti-Mormomism, one reason I'm opposed to Romney is his lengthy missionary experience may result in its political transformation in the White House into an more virulent expression of our addiction to go to war against the Satan(s)-of-the-moment.

Israel is so concerned about that it allowed the construction of their school and study center in Jerusalem on the condition they wouldn't do missionary work in the country. The Mormom center is a very dramatic, beautiful building.

MARK KLEIN, M.D. said...

The Romney LDS flap reached the London Times.

real ted spicnter GOP said...

The latest news is that The Romney smear was done by Romney's camp. Just what we need is to be sympathetic to a born rich white guy who did mission work in France to avoid the Army. My concern is that Old Mitten may take his religion seriously.

Never take seriously a religion founded by a con man who in the 19th century was given a new book of the bible by the angel Moroni and was given magic spectacles that only he could use to interpret the new bible and then the spectacles broke so no one else could study the scripture.

Oh and Ted can you show me some quotes of major democrats who are prejudice against evangelical christians? Maybe you could send out the Larry craig truth squad or the Sen Vitter Diaper service to untangle that wedgey that has been impacting your thought process

I remember back during kennedy campaign when the southern bigots and the GOP questioned whether a catholic would be too influenced by the Pope.

Now I would rather have someone be influenced by the Pope then by Reverend Haggard, Pat Robertson, Benny Hinn, Charles Dobson and the other Charlatans That the GOP admire.

Thank God that at least this year god took home Jerry Falwell and Rev. Kennedy may they get their eternal reward for all the heresy that those two preached!

Teddy Sporer has never let the truth get in the way of a good smear. It appears that the GOP is now filled with thin skin whiny folk.

Anonymous said...

This spincter guy is so fucking stupid. He has to be the plant, Sporer pretending to be a Democrat to fight with or something.

No one could really be that much of the caricture of the liberal hater.

Anonymous said...

It's always an antheist who knows everything there is to know about heresy.

Spincter enjoys his sodomy doesn't he?

anti christian quote from harry reid on 10-11-07 said...

Sen. Harry Reid is either a bigot or a fool. He spoke at Brigham Young University yesterday, and Deseret News quotes him as saying the following:

"The Republican Party has been driven by evangelical Christians for 20 years. They are the most anti-Christian people I can imagine, the people from the Christian far right.”

“…anti-Christian…” As in “against Christianity itself.” It doesn’t get much plainer than that. In Harry Reid’s world, “the people from the Christian far right” are more anti-Christian than the Communist government in China that persecutes Christians, the atheists who regularly smear Christians and the Muslim governments and jihadists who routinely murder Christians from Sudan to Pakistan.

Reid’s statement shows nothing but hatred and intolerance for Christians who don’t subscribe to his neo-Rooseveltian political world view.

ant-christian bias from barak hussein obama - former muslim said...

The Democrats, in cooperation with the MSMTM, are pushing the idea that Christians are outside the mainstream of American values. We Christians are, to borrow a phrase, dividers not uniters.

B. Hussein Obama is the latest to put forward that idea.

"Part of it's because of the so-called leaders of the Christian Right, who've been all too eager to exploit what divides us," the Illinois senator said.

"At every opportunity, they've told evangelical Christians that Democrats disrespect their values and dislike their church, while suggesting to the rest of the country that religious Americans care only about issues like abortion and gay marriage, school prayer and intelligent design,"
The profound absurdities in that statement are just overwhelming.

obama belongs to a cult - a made up church from chicago said...

It is the left that has advances a secular agenda.

It has tried to remove God from our coinage and our pledge.

It is the left that has been most aggressive in denying students the right to pray in graduation ceremonies.

It is the left that would rather starve the homeless than allow churches to participate in federal aid programs.

It is the left that has forced church affiliated healthcare providers to provide services that go against church teachings.

It is the left that has pushed church affiliated adoption providers to cater to the homosexual lifestyle — a lifestyle those who actually follow Christ believe is sin.

In short, in the left's eagerness to embrace the Christ's telling of the Good Samaritan as the sole tenet of Christian faith, it has ignored all but a very superficial understanding of Christ's telling of the rich man and Lazarus.

I could go on and on and on.

One Man's Opinion from:

d's put the state above god. r's put god above the state. freedom comes from god, not the state. said...

The problem Senators Obama, Clinton, and other Democrats are going to face is that many American Christians, in fact most American Christians, fundamentally do believe that abortion, gay marriage, school prayer, and intelligent design are fundamental issues today.

Why? Because Senator Obama, Senator Clinton, the Democrats, and the media have been aggressively waging war against basic Christian values for three decades and that war has been fought against basic Judeo-Christian values of life, repentance, and faith.

You see, what the left does not comprehend is that calling yourself a church or a Christian does not actually make you a follower or believer in Christ as the one and only path to salvation.

Said Christ, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me." (John 14:6)

The Democrats reject that very basic message and they should not be surprised when Christ's followers reject them because of it.

One Man's Opinion from:

obama belongs to a made up racist anti-white church in chicago said...

As readers here know, there has been some controversy about Barack
Obama’s religious background.

Most of his media spokesmen (i.e., reporters) have then gone on to cite his
membership in Chicago’s Trinity United Church Of Christ parish as proof that
he is just a regular run of the mill American Christian.

But a visit to the Trinity Church’s website proves that it is not your
everyday Christian parish:

Be sure to scroll down and read the full article and links.

he's just your basic self-hating anti american, anti jew, anti christian democrat. so what's new? said...

Congressman Keith Ellison speaks at CAIR Banquet
By Kathywms on Jun 16, 2007

That’s right a United States congressman, Democrat Keith Ellison, speaks at the First Annual CAIR Banquet.

As you may recall, CAIR (Council on American-Islamic Relations) was named as a unindicted co-conspirator in connection with the charity Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development and its support for the Palestinian terrorist group, Hamas.

Americans against Hate is calling for his resignation:

Ellison, less than three weeks ago, was the keynote speaker at the 4th Annual Convention of the Minnesota chapter of the Muslim American Society (MAS-Minnesota).

While he spoke, MAS-Minnesota had on its website material discussing waging war against non-Muslims and the murdering of Jews. The material is still located on the group’s site.

Following his appearance, Americans Against Hate (AAH) demanded that Congressman Ellison denounce MAS for its anti-Semitic and anti-Christian statements or resign from office. Ellison has remained silent on the issue.

AAH Chairman Joe Kaufman, stated, “Being that Keith Ellison refuses to denounce the Muslim American Society, and being that he is now going to be speaking at an event sponsored by a group named by the U.S. government as a co-conspirator to Hamas, we have no choice but to call on Keith Ellison to resign from his held office as United States Representative.

Congressman Ellison, by openly cavorting with bigoted and pro-terrorist elements in our society, can no longer work for the best interests of our nation.”

Anonymous said...

It is true that Democrats, as a party, disrespect the Christian faith and have for many years.

How anyone could argue that being pro-choice, pro-gay marriage, and against the right to pray also is in line with the fundamental teachings of Christianity, is just absurd.

Yet Barack Hussein Obama and secular leftists attempt to advance this for the purpose of undermining the religious right, and in turn, the faith-based community.

Remember, they're the "reality-based community." And to many of them, reality conflicts directly with faith.

Romney hates mormons said...

Romney did it! Can you think of a better way to avoid the "speech". Take a que from the democrats and be a victim.

Anonymous said...

Smells like some one sympathetic to Romeny did this deed...

Doesn't look good.