I am a big fan of your political viewpoints and look forward to reading your column daily.
Lately you have been (rightly) pessimistic on the direction of the country, and in your last column you imply that Christians (the church) should spring into action to reverse the decline of the country.
Because our viewpoints are so similar, I have to tell you that you are missing a key point with this statement. On every issue except marriage, the church holds the liberal viewpoint; therefore, the church is the problem. The church may be sociall ... continue reading »
What if people were to fly the Christian flag over the U.S. flag (like some churches are now doing), which would be over the heterosexual flag with the image of a father, mother and, in Russia, three children. (In France there are two children.)
This would be an opportunity to tell the Supremes and the other two branches of government: God, (first), country (second), heterosexual family (third).
This might be a good way to begin the civil disobedience needed to tell “our” country’s leaders we don’t approve of where ... continue reading »
Religious individuals just want special rights to tell people what to do and skirt laws about providing services. They could not serve mixed-marriage couples, divorced people or people with children born out of wedlock. They are bigots, pure and simple, and the law does not support them. We went through lunch counters in the ’60s. Hatred for gays is obviously very deep, and they cannot see how bigoted they are being.
The prescription is to mind your own business, and keep your religious freedom to yourself, as you are entitled to do. Do not bother others with stupidity.
[To Pat Buchanan:] The right does not have the stomach for civil disobedience and intellectually could not find a target [“The coming era of civil disobedience”]. You are all blather and nothing to bother about. The best you can come up with is impeach Obama.