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Blame The Pagans!

Monday, Jun. 08, 2009 3:57 AM

Speaking at an event called, 'Rediscovering God in America,' Newt Gingrich figures it's all Harry Potter's fault or something.

"I think this is one of the most critical moments in American history. We are living in a period where we are surrounded by paganism," Gingrich opined.

Let's check the scoreboard. Who was it that ignored warnings about al-Qaeda, launched a war against Iraq on false pretenses, ignored warnings about Hurricane Katrina, ignored the Constitution, tortured prisoners, and drove our economy into a ditch?

Oh, yeah - that would be the Christians. The same folk who are busy telling us what a shiny Christian place America is, and that the grubby parts are all because of illegal immigrants, gays/lesbians, and pagans.

This is the same load of crap Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell tried to push after 9/11 - that it was all the fault of the gays, liberals, secularists, and pagans.

Gingrich also went on to note that, "I am not a citizen of the world. I am a citizen of the United States because only in the United States does citizenship start with our creator."

Because ... God didn't make the rest of the world? You're not a citizen unless you've had a dunk in the baptismal font? Only Christians can be citizens? Citizenship, like life, begins at conception?

The Ministry has received 1 comment(s) on this topic.

Dewane - 2009-06-08 13:38:38
I totally agree with you!