Ms. Cardoza-Moore is the head of a Christian Zionist group Proclaiming Justice to the Nations and blamed President Obama for the deadly tornado outbreaks in May of 2011. That type of irrational view alone should disqualify her from any position of importance.
Sometimes in order to do what is best for the people, progressive thinkers must lead to way for our fellow citizens and at times they may be forced to act in their own best interest. They may be forced to join the service in time of war, forced to buy car insurance, forced to follow the speed limit, and forced to go to school.
Unfortunately; some people, those of low intelligence or otherwise mentally deficit must be made to participate in a society that seeks a common good. Therefore, they may at times be dragged kicking and screaming like small children for the good of all.
This is the American Way – the democratic way.
Mr. President – we salute you!
The right-wing in this America have long struggled to reconcile their hypocritical convictions for restricting help to the poor through government programs while at the same time arguing that Christian beliefs should inform government policies. But you can’t have it both ways. Better that they just tells the truth and say they hate the poor and love the rich.
Christ talked about the poor, and not passing judgment on others, or treating others as we would want to be treated and pretty much said that if you are rich, you are fucked if getting to heaven is your goal.
Haslam, like most far right republicans and tea party folks look to the bible not for real guidance but only to support their intolerant already formed beliefs.
It’s clear to most thinking persons that the GOP, led by Ted Cruz, managed the effort to shut down the federal government. And while I think he’s un-electable for national office, just like his counterpart nut job Sarah Palin, I am not positive in that belief.
The GOP is now fully engulfed in a civil war as the emboldened Tea Party moves to oust senators who voted to reopen the government while business groups mobilize to defeat allies of the small-government movement.
The Tea Party agenda as a whole is mostly about exploiting the relative power of privileged local whites at a time when their numbers are in decline and history has turned against them.
The Tea Party and GOP both support privatizing social programs (Social Security and Medicare) and disenfranchising likely Democratic voters. They oppose voting rights and citizenship for illegal immigrants. Worst, they are working to dismantle federal programs into 50 state programs that can be controlled by right-wing state legislatures. The best hope remains that in the end the majority of Americans will continue to reject the far right agenda.
While most regard the shutdown of the federal government as a sign of dysfunction, the intransigent members of the Tea Party think it the ultimate form of limited government. Sarah Palin, Ted Cruz and Joe Carr share a common un-electability and an all-consuming drive to emerge as the next acknowledged political leaders of American conservatism - all while seeming little concerned that the shutdown hurt real working middle class Americans.
The Tea Party is the now most destructive force in American politics today with a willful disregard for the most basic tenets of American democracy. And while it is tempting for those of us on the other side to gloat as the GOP wars with itself, it is in all our interest to insure they tea party does not win.
Ass-hat clowns like Robbie and Tina Robison from Franklin, Tenn., so called self-employed Christian youth motivational speakers, care little about facts or the truth, and are happy to be pimped out by Shawn Hannity if it means they get on TV. I would bet by this time next year, if the truth were known, they will have changed insurance providers and lowered their premiums significantly.
Petulant, childish, self-absorbed and a great role model for other like minded fakes though out Williamson County. Might be time to dump the christian act and start twerking.
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