To those who claim this is a christian nation because it is mostly christian, do you also claim this is a white nation because America has mostly a white population?
The fastest growing religion in America presently, is islam. When that religion overtakes christianity and becomes a majority, will it become a islamic nation? How will you feel when their prophet is being forced upon you before meetings? Where will the freedom of religion be then?
The US Constitution that I affirmed my oath to, protects the rights of all to be equal.
These "more equal" christians remind me of the pigs in the book 'Animal Farm' "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others".
"Religious freedom is guaranteed to the individual: not a collection of individuals or an organization. A church does not have religious freedom: the individual congregants do. A collection of religious persons do not have religious freedom: the individuals in that collection do. You cannot amass your individual freedoms to trump the freedoms of others.” - Blair Scott
re: anniebelle's 8:03 a.m. post
With 10s of thousands of flavors of christianity, they may be afraid to stop at the nearest church.
They must avoid being tempted by the influence of those fake christians who have it wrong.
What acts would God have to commit for you to consider him evil?
If you can’t answer that, then you cannot claim to be a person of sound moral judgement.
DAO1980 How dare you compare a real item with someone's imaginary friend!
"Dang, the only thing missing from the cartoon is a dog carrier on top of the car."
The dog is driving this time... nudge nudge
"He has to study for a FISHING LICENSE!"
I'm assuming Clay has passed with flying colors. The sharks and piranhas go on an attack frenzy for almost every cartoon he draws. Dang good bait.
"Given the choice between KoolAid and mainlining Fox/ClearChannel crack, I'll take the KoolAid, thank you."
lol... in almost all "holy" texts creator and destroyer are equal descriptions
<---- googled "Santorum"... lolololol
Imaginary friends don't need money