posted on Nov, 15 2012 @ 09:56 AM
You need to get "god" out of your party platform. Do not use fictional books such as the bible as a reference guide. It steers voters like me away
from your party. I am about as fiscally conservative as one can get, but I am also a Constitutionalist. For a party that allegedly wants small
government and more freedom, you use "god" as a justification to restrict the liberties of others. For example:
There is no Constitutional authorization for government to dictate who someone may marry, yet you claim "god" is against homos. Personally, I am not
a big fan of gays, but I support the rights of gays to marry their significant other for one simple reason: Government has no power to say what 2
consenting adults may or may not do in terms of their relationship.
You let the bible influence your party platform in regards to abortion, gambling, and countless other topics.
Religion has no place in public policy, and goes against the ideals that this country was founded upon. As the saying goes....
Religion is like a weiner. It's fine to whip it out at home, but keep it to yourself in public. Hell, share it with your friends at home, but keep it
tucked away when it comes to public debate.
It's common knowledge that religious people share many of the traits that diagnosed schizophrenics possess. Do you really want your party compared to
mentally ill nutjobs?
Want proof that religion is costing you elections? 2 words: Todd Akin.
It's much easier for voters like me to stay home and not vote at all when the options presented to me are economically illiterate leftists parasites
and religious nutjobs. Why would I ever vote for a party that bases it platform on a book of fiction and fairy tales?
Religion is about 2 things and 2 things only: Money and Control. It reels in countless suckers, mental deficients, and morons. Is that who you want
representing your party?
In summation, the outlook for the republican party isn't looking all that great. The number of people who reject the entire notion of religion is
growing, it's time to start looking a little more attractive to that large voting bloc.
It's a pretty simple concept: Ditch god and embrace The Angry Farm.