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  •  Tricky... (none)
    Bush's victory came on the backs of 19 million evangelical Christians who got their votes out for him. I have yet to see a way in this thread to frame this that does not delineate between a regular Christian and a bigot. I can see it now, when I am approached by my Republican friends: "You vote with people who call you a bigot? Nice." This is not far fetched because the way things are shaping up in this thread, every Christian is being associated with being a bigot. Check out a great progressive Christian resource before framing Christians in general as bigots in general.

    Sojourners: Christians for Peace and Justice

    •  i would hope most people (none)
      here are aware of the differences among christian sects. when i rave about the christian right, i'm referring specifically to the dominionists, who are nuts, and hard core fundamentalists, who want to teach christian doctrine in public schools, i.e. creationism. they have their churches for that, why do they have to impose it on everyone else?

      and as much as i rave and spew about rightist christians, i have more than once considered becoming a quaker, but i realize i don't really fit the bill. i have problems with pacifism.

      No member of our generation who wasn't a Communist or a dropout in the thirties is worth a damn. Lyndon B. Johnson

      by maskling11 on Fri Nov 05, 2004 at 05:39:02 PM PST

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