Sunday, August 5, 2012
The Left is forever lecturing Conservatives and Christians to not ram our beliefs and values down their throats. No less is so than the "new atheists" whose level of bigotry and intolerance is worthy of Lenin and Stalin.
At one time being an atheist meant not believing in God and that was the end of it. Now they proselytize in a way worthy of Islamofacists. Since they have no moral argument, and regular citizens don't pay so much attention to them, they use the communist front group ACLU to bully and berate legislators to pass laws excising religion from the land.
One could say this is unconstitutional since it violates the establishment clause; the government can't force a religion on the citizens.
They've been working forever to get the cross taken down from
There's a cross in the middle of nowhere for lost soldiers San Diego ,
another in the middle of forest they're trying to take down. One has to make a
concerted effort to get to these places. Then there's the annual anti Christian
campaign every Christmas. Joshua National Park
Adding to this in the past few weeks are some more attacks, showing yet more intolerance and bigotry.
Prudhomme’s Lost Cajun Kitchen in
has a Sunday promotion, that if you bring
a church bulletin you get a 10% discount. An intolerant anti-Christian bigot
atheist, John Wolff has filed a law suit that this violates the separation of
church and state. It rankles every time I hear this since there is no such
thing in the Constitution. I have a Leftist friend who is super smart in so
many areas, that actually believes the establishment clause says the government
protects citizens from religion. Wolff belongs to the hate group Freedom From
Religion Foundation. Wolff by the way, does not live in the town the restaurant
is in, and he's never eaten there. Full
article here. Lancaster County, PA
several Catholic charities and hospitals have been shut down because Church
leaders refuse to obey the secular anti Christian government's healthcare
mandates. The same is beginning to happen here. This story happens in PA too;
what's going on there? England
Chosen 300 is a religious charity that feeds the homeless in
. The group feeds the homeless on the streets,
and tries to get them indoors. They bring God's word to them too. The article
doesn't state the move to stop them from feeding the homeless is generated by
atheists, but I can bet if this were not a Christian group, there would be no
beef. I can't imagine a Christian, Republican, TEA Party, or Conservative group suing to stop feeding the homeless. Article here. Philadelphia
The Freedom From Religion Foundation raises its head again in this third and final story.
has a cross in its city logo.
The intolerant hate group is suing to have it removed. Horror of horrors, not only is there a cross
but a chapel that is located on the property of Franciscan University of
Steubenville. As is often the case, cities do not have enough money to legally
defend themselves from anti-constitutional, anti-Christian attacks and
often have to back down. Someone has stepped up and will finance the defense of
the logo. Article here. Steubenville,
While Leftist hate groups like Freedom From Religion Foundation and Leftist gay groups claim to be all about tolerance, their actions prove they are not. They are willing and able to bankrupt cities and drive companies out of business, causing people to loose their jobs. The biggest example of this is Leftist attack on Chick-fil-a, trying to drive them out of business because the CEO said he believes in the Biblical definition of marriage. There it is. He's a Christian, so his company must be destroyed, he must be destroyed, and all the citizens that work for the company must be force into unemployment. Just because they don't agree with Atheist\Secularist's belief system.
Yet they are blind to their own hate and intolerance. It's the plight of Leftists everywhere. I've said before in this blog, if leftists say the opposition is doing it, or thinking it, then in fact they are the guilty ones, and lack the self honesty to admit it.