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Originally posted by Flinx
...That being said I still think Miers is a trap. It's just that the dems don't realize it and the conservatives aren't in on it. Just because the lady had a few out-of-lockstep views 15 years ago doesn't mean she hasn't changed. Changed significantly...
Originally posted by ShakyaHeir
I agree wholeheartedly. There's a good reason no evangelicals have been nominated to the supreme court in 70 years...
People are overlooking this important fact.
They estimate that about 5% of the population, and 11% of all Protestants meet their rather specific definition.
Originally posted by FredT
Bush Is Losing The Support Of His Core
Originally posted by RANT
Plus the fact that none wore their proselytizing on their sleeve (which is a different word than "faith") prior to Bush 43 (though Reagan alluded to shades of Revelation). This tax supported Faith Based proselytizing Presidency we're currently enjoying though is revolutionary in terms of separations repeal and it's pure revisionism to say otherwise.
Originally posted by marg6043
Well they maybe losing their faith of the born again Christan president but the same way they pay for Bush way to the white house the are going to pay somebody else way again, occurs another Republican.
Frist and DeLay are "Unavailable" for comments so I wonder who will be their next born again Christian candidate for president
They will try again and again.
Originally posted by resistance
I think the Republicans are going to be defeated en masse in the next election.