Republicans deciding who the constitution protects?

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    Oct 08, 2011 6:51 PM GMT
    Bryan Fischer, a director at the American Family Association has claimed that Mormons and Muslims have "a completely different definition of who Christ is" than the founding fathers did, and do not deserve First Amendment protections as a consequence.

    And this folks was at the 'value voters' "summit" In DC.

    "We need a president who believes in the same creator as who the founders believed," he added.

    LOL... I finally feel sorry for 'some' registered republicans. But they do have a "choice"!
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    Oct 08, 2011 6:53 PM GMT
    Wait...weren't the founding fathers atheist?
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    Oct 08, 2011 9:18 PM GMT
    paulflexes saidWait...weren't the founding fathers atheist?





    Yes !! by far the majority were not 'believers', but, what do 'facts' have to do with what the far right pushes as backing their bringing our 'nation back to god'.

    These Far Right Republicans and TBaggers, don't need to be confused by real 'facts', because 'god is on their side', so they are right and can tell any story they want to make their own facts, real similar to how they believe all the bible stories are 'facts'.

    Believers just have to be told something multiple times and it becomes 'fact'. Its the process of propaganda and works best on believer types.
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    Oct 08, 2011 11:45 PM GMT
    paulflexes saidWait...weren't the founding fathers atheist?
    Jefferson was a Deist, as were others of the founding fathers.


    Theists believe in an interventionist Creator, actively involved in the course of events, and responsive to prayer; Deists believe in a Creator of the universe setting things in motion and letting everything unfold according to a perfect predetermined sequence of preordained events.

    Manifest Destiny was thus a natural manifestation of Deist thinking.
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    Oct 09, 2011 12:03 AM GMT
    realifedad said
    paulflexes saidWait...weren't the founding fathers atheist?





    Yes !! by far the majority were not 'believers', but, what do 'facts' have to do with what the far right pushes as backing their bringing our 'nation back to god'.

    These Far Right Republicans and TBaggers, don't need to be confused by real 'facts', because 'god is on their side', so they are right and can tell any story they want to make their own facts, real similar to how they believe all the bible stories are 'facts'.

    Believers just have to be told something multiple times and it becomes 'fact'. Its the process of propaganda and works best on believer types.


    That is very true, most of the founding fathers were Atheist. As far as the Republicans and the Constitution, maybe they should start reading it first because they are very naive when it comes to this subject.