posted on Apr, 20 2005 @ 09:57 PM
Er...The problem with the conclusions being drawn by the author of that page is that the "evil" refered to is what the author considers evil (SUVs
destroying the environment, for example), not what Christianity considers evil.
Also, the premise that Hannity is a prophet is flawed. If anything, he would be considered a teacher, a leader if you will. Being a religious
leader causes God to hold you to a higher standard than others (I believe this is mentioned in Timothy, but I could be wrong), but Hannity is not a
religious teacher/leader. He's a political leader.
I especially loved this quote:
Right-wing pseudo-Christians are, in essence, not practicing Christianity. They are practicing their own wolf-in-barely-disguised-sheep's
clothing brand of Satanism.
The Satanism described is not following the political ideology of the author. In my opinion, both liberal and conservative ideals would work in a
perfect world, the question is how people will react (Tax cut for business vs. individuals, redistribution of wealth vs. ...Have no idea how to say
this other option without sounding biased...You get the idea, I hope).
Finally, I'll close with a quote from that author, and a little commentary:
it eerily predicts Hannity's opposition to providing emergency water stations in the desert to avoid the continuing tragedy of undocumented
aliens dying of thirst in such border desert regions
So now we have to not only allow illegal (note the author's use of undocumented instead of illegal. Makes it sound like they're obeying the law, but
just don't have a paper trail or whatever) aliens through our borders at any time, but we're to set up stations for them to stop at and grab a drink
if they're thirsty? I'm sure this same person would cry bloody murder if the border patrols hung out near them, too...
As to Sean today, he was rather angry. He seems to get like that when talking to a crowd as he did today. In the studio he's usually a bit more
mellow. Must be the applause that makes him continue on until he's red in the face or something.