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"Dear Mr. President, in your re-election, God has graciously granted America--though she doesn't deserve it--a reprieve from the agenda of paganism. You have been given a mandate. ... Don't equivocate. Put your agenda on the front burner and let it boil. You owe the liberals nothing. They despise you because they despise your Christ. ... If you have weaklings around you who do not share your biblical values, shed yourself of them."
A Scat Hypothetical- Not to Be Taken as True
"Dear Mr. President, in your re-election, God has graciously granted America--though she doesn't deserve it--a reprieve from the agenda of the dark-skinned man. You have been given a mandate. ... Don't equivocate. Put your agenda on the front burner and let it boil. You owe the negroes nothing. They despise you because they despise your white superiority. ... If you have blacks or ungracious whites around you who do not share your God given race, shed yourself of them."
They despise you because they despise your Christ
MR. RUSSERT: Mary, you mentioned that the agenda that George Bush ran on. You didn't mention any of the social or cultural issues. And Christian evangelicals believe very deeply they were very responsible for the re-election of George Bush. This is a letter that Dr. Bob Jones, III, the president of Bob Jones University, sent to the president.
MS. MATALIN: Liberals have said--in the agony of defeat here, they've said some pretty outrageous things and they've said some pretty outrageous things during the campaign, not the least of which that the president was brain dead. But over the course of the participation of evangelicals and Christians and people of faith in the election process, they have been demonized and they have been treated with disdain and contempt.
Originally posted by Herman
Well, it's pretty stupid that whoever wrote it would write that, but put the blame where it belongs, on the write not Bush. I could write the president saying "I feel we should kill anyone who's not Christian, and burn down all the science centers". Would people flame Bush for what I wrote to him?
Originally posted by Scat
I'm not alluding to Bush in any way. I'm talking about Americans. This isn't some Bush bashing scheme, I'm putting into perspective the religious intolerance in this country compared to the hatred of past generations between race. We could very well go to Civil War. Though the original was formed thanks to the economy, this one could just be evangelists vs. everyone else.
Might as well, America's already started a crusade in another country, why not "clean up" at home too?