Wall of Separation Between Church and State.”
April 17, 2010 2 Comments
Michael Zimmerman has an article in the Huffington Post called The Danger of Ignoring Creationism. In it he says: “…The Discovery Institute is little more than a shill for the billionaire Howard Ahmanson. And Mr. Zimmerman quotes Ahmanson as saying, “My goal is the total integration of biblical law into our lives.”
Well that should be an interesting situation. That means we will have to go out and kill homosexuals and stone to death anyone who commits adultery. Women who give birth to boys will have to be put away for 30 days, and if they give birth to girls they will have to go away for 60 days. Women on their period will have to be confined to quarters for 7 days. We won’t be allowed to eat Pork anymore…God, I’ll miss bacon.
Just think of all the people who will go to prison for blasphemy, and heresy will of course mean burning at the stake, as will witchcraft and demonry…is that even a word? 🙂 Now if Mr. Ahmanson is a real fundamentalist (sure sounds like he is) we won’t be allowed to dance or drink or use lipstick or dress up with jewelry. Any music more advanced than Laurence Welk would be outlawed, and you might as well forget Mohawk and Mullet haircuts (no loss there).
Do we reeaalllly want people who think like this to have any power at all over us? I don’t think so, but the religious right is totally behind this kind of power grab…you know those fundagelicals and all those ‘Raptured’ people and followers of the 700 clubs Pat Robertson and his fellow Millenarianists. They actively want the Christian bible to be “The Law” and everyone to submit to what they believe in…with no exceptions. See blasphemy and heresy above.
We’re not talking Sunday School teachers taking over…we’re talking hard line Dark Ages Inquisition and burn at the stake fanatics…these people are truly scary. They lie and cheat and scheme and talk a good game, but deep down they are evil.
Late thought: Can you imagine the Inquisition in today’s world of electronics and computers and miniature video cameras? A shiver just went down my spine.
The quote of the day below takes on serious meaning when confronted by people like Howard Ahmanson and Pat Robertson and crew.
Quote of the day
“Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between man and his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legislative powers of government reach actions only, and not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should ‘make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,’ thus building a wall of separation between church and State.”
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-Thomas Jefferson, letter to Danbury Baptist Association, CT., Jan. 1, 1802