Lies of the
Ku Klux Krackers!!!
The Deceit of the
Tea Bagger Scum!!!
Look, since Reagan lets the Kracker (Fundamentalist) Jerry Falwell out of the closet, Christian Conservatives have been getting worse and worse every year. Look back a Dan Quayle, he looks like a puppy compared to crackers like Jeffers and Dobson and Barton and you have Byran Fisher at the end of that sorry spectrum. I like Duck Dynasty, but actually citing Jesus just encourage the kind of Kracker extremism that lets the Ku Klux Klan come re enter politics. You people just can’t accept that the Ku Klux Klan is a Dominion ist Fundamentalist Evangelical/ Charismatic extremist group and that you share the same basic ideology as they do, either that or you are the Ku Klux Klan?
Look, I’ve been watching the “Born Again” Movement for years, it’s just 21st century Tent Show revivalism, it has it’s place, if you like that kind of stuff. When I first went to an AA meeting some “Jesus freak” was pushing Church, it was a year later before I found out AA wasn’t a religious cult. (some may beg to differ, but an ash tray and a coffee cup make fine higher powers) Out of control Jesus freaks make me not go to meetings so I don’t read em the riot act. You need the largest group of addicts possible and you don’t get that saying Jesus nine times in every sentence you could have done that for 2000 years before AA, it does offend non “Fundamentalists”, Atheists Jews Buddhists Hindus and yes Muslims so cool it with the Kracker shit, if your preacher ain’t teaching tact get a different preacher!!
So where are all the African American Vets protesting the closure of the WWII Memorial? FALSE FLAG!!! Here are the real Tea Bagging Scum not protesting the shutdown they caused!!
I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
One of the many attacks on our country from the Religious Right is the claim that our country is a Christian Nation…not just that the majority of people are Christians, but that the country itself was founded by Christians, for Christians. However, a little research into American history will show that this statement is a lie. Those people who spread this lie are known as Christian Revisionists. They are attempting to rewrite history, in much the same way as holocaust deniers are. The men responsible for building the foundation of the United States were men of The Enlightenment, not men of Christianity. They were Deists who did not believe the bible was true. They were Freethinkers who relied on their reason, not their faith.
In Thy Kingdom Come, Randall Balmer recounts comments that Paul M. Weyrich, who he describes as “one of the architects of the Religious Right in the late 1970s”, made at a conference, sponsored by a Religious Right organization, that they both attended in Washington in 1990:
In the course of one of the sessions, Weyrich tried to make a point to his Religious Right brethren (no women attended the conference, as I recall). Let’s remember, he said animatedly, that the Religious Right did not come together in response to the Roe decision. No, Weyrich insisted, what got us going as a political movement was the attempt on the part of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to rescind the tax-exempt status of Bob Jones University because of its racially discriminatory policies.—Paul M. Weyrich
The conclusions of a review of 112 studies on Christian faith and ethnic prejudice were summarized by a study in 1980 as being that “white Protestants associated with groups possessing fundamentalist belief systems are generally more prejudiced than members of non-fundamentalist groups, with unchurched whites exhibiting least prejudice.”[8
The Indiana Klan was a branch of the Ku Klux Klan, a secret society in the United States that organized in 1915 to affect public affairs on issues of Prohibition, education, political corruption, and morality. It was most strongly anti-Catholic, but also opposed Jews and blacks. It opposed immigration from southern and eastern Europe, which was sharply reduced by a new law in 1923. In Indiana, the Klan generally did not practice overt violence but used intimidation in certain cases. Nationally it practiced racism and terrorism against minority ethnic and religious groups.