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In Topeka, Kansas, the Phelps family run an organization called God Hates Fags. They demonstrate at the funerals of soldiers killed in Iraq proclaiming that God is punishing America for its tolerance towards homosexuals.
Uniontown Indiana has a population of fifty-three. It’s quiet country with quiet folks, at least it was until some out-of-State operators opened a truck stop porn store just off the Interstate. For the last two years protestors have maintained a non-stop twenty-four hour vigil outside the store, trying to run it out of town.
In Virginia the Wymans, a self styled heterosexual couple, warn of the corrosive effect of gay marriage on the American family. This is the spectrum of Evangelical Christians that seems to have a grip on American, and especially Republican, politics.
For evangelical Christians like Uniontown’s protestors the issue is simple: they must take arms against a sexual sin to save their nation on the Day of Judgment. Others say that Evangelical Christians are being taken for a ride. Cynically manipulated by Republican political tacticians, their sexual prejudices were ultimately responsible for President George W Bush’s 2004 election victory.
The Road to Hell is a witty and dark dissection of these accusations from the backwoods of Uniontown to the political jungle of George W Bush’s Washington. This timely documentary about the cynical manipulation of America's religious right for electoral victory has been scheduled in the lead-up to the next US Election. Many may watch and wonder whether the Republicans can do it again in 2008.
Nice attempt at trying to make your message up almost entirely of predictable cliches!
Originally posted by Good Wolf
reply to post by prevenge
No actually. It's ALL been about evolution, ID, creationism and anti-intellectualism. No ones talk about GM in early evolution, but it's not really relevant.
Originally posted by fmcanarney
Christianity equates to antiintellectualism.
The biggest problem facing atheism is their inability to admit there is intelligence greater than themselves.
The APA is planning to eliminate the diagnosis of narcissiam as it is so prevalent that it is becoming the norm.