Eclectic Floridian: Bush on Social Security: You Reap What You Sow ...

Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Bush on Social Security: You Reap What You Sow ...

Mr. Bush, I have tried to support you. I still think the unilateral move into Iraq was the right thing to do. But, that same tactic will not work in the U.S. domestic arena. Your actions since the "Christian Election" have, only slowly, made me turn against you.

You have tried the "jam-it-down-their-throat" tactic too often. Mr. President you will not force us to:

  1. accept a "faith-based" style of government ... the Christian Taliban is not acceptable,
  2. believe that stem-cell research is evil because it uses cells that were never intended to be "human beings,"
  3. think that changing ethics rules to support the DeLay-ing Hammer is good for ethics overall,
  4. accept the idea that the Judiciary is wrong to interpret the Constitution when that is their role in government,
  5. think more of DeLay's ethics because you took him on an Air Force One trip to talk about something other than his ethics,
  6. accept your blind support of right-wing religious fanatics.

You, your party, and anyone else that tries to make Americans accept anything less than TOTAL SEPARATION OF CHURCH AND STATE will soon be out of power.

Remember, this country was founded on religious freedom. I don't think you or any other potential tyrant, do-gooder or religious fanatic can run roughshod over the Constitution and the current will of the people. Luckily, our Constitution, provides a Judiciary, which is beginning to look like the only balancing factor to keep you in check ... at least until the next election.

My suggestion Mr Bush ... chill out, or you'll look really stupid in the history books.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

5/01/2005 1:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OOOOPS!!! try this:

5/01/2005 1:09 PM  
Blogger CWhite said...

That article describes the way I felt until I started looking into some of this.

Have you read Christian Strategy for Invasion and Conquest?

5/04/2005 7:48 AM  

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