Wingnut Watch: “Liberals Hate God”

Here’s the thing…Republicans have hijacked God and religion as a whole.  People like Ann Coulter portray liberals/progressives “Godless”, “devils”, “evil” and a host of other synonyms.

The problem with the above hyperbole (Liberals hate God) is that they’re actually projecting their own shortcomings!

Think about it:

– Christians believe in Christ’s teachings

– Conservatives more often than not, refer to the Old Testament which I call the fire and brimstone books

– Jesus spoke about love for our fellow-man, brotherhood, sharing, sacrifice and good deeds

– Conservatives are too greedy to share, too filled with hate to love their fellow-man; has no clue what the word “sacrifice means”; and the only good deeds they understand is donating millions to GOP PACs to make sure Dems don’t win in any elections.

– By the way, why do Conservatives love the fetus (anti-abortion) but hate the child (reducing medical care for children, school lunches, Head Start, etc., ad infinitum)?

Rolling Stone

Yes, that’s right: according to Missouri congressman and Republican Senate candidate Todd Akin, “at the heart of liberalism really is a hatred for God and a belief that government should replace God.” Rep. Akin, welcome to the wingnut pantheon. (For more choice examples of political lunacy, idiocy and extremism, click through to the Wingnut Watch photo gallery.)

2 thoughts on “Wingnut Watch: “Liberals Hate God”

  1. Speaking as an Evangelical Christian, I hate the so-called “marriage” between the Religious Right and the Republican Party. (Not to put too fine a point on it, but if the Church is the Bride of Christ, then wouldn’t that be adultery? Or, as it’s called in the Old Testament, “whoring”?)

    The conservative love affair with Ayn Rand, who openly hated God and Christian teaching, is really weird in light of the fact that they then turn around and attack Jim Wallis, a Christian believer.

    It’s all politics, and all disgusting to me.

    The Republican Party is not an arm of the church, and much less is the Church supposed to be an arm of the Republican Party, but I’m afraid that that’s the way it seems to work lately.


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