A user on YouTube is making videos prompting "Chrstians" to vote according to certain "values", which are:1. Marriage (as long as he gets to define what that means)2. Life ("Right to life from birth…Continue
"Pretty awesome video if you took out all the words. Like James said, definitely a call to arms. I don't however, think that an unshackled Christian theocracy would be THAT horrible, but that could just be me putting too much faith…"
Scary how much power and influence the "Christians" in America over policy and politics. While I certainly respect everyone's right to freedom of speech, I sure wish these kind of hate-promoting ads weren't around.
Actually it feels very much like the videos I have seen produced by Occupy, Move to Amend, environmental groups, and movies such as 'The Age of Stupid'. They are calls to arms, sometimes with the same theams.
A user on YouTube is making videos prompting "Chrstians" to vote according to certain "values", which are:1. Marriage (as long as he gets to define what that means)2. Life ("Right to life from birth to natural death". I guess that modern medicine is against his values too?)3. Freedom (And by freedom, he means the freedom to dictate to others what they should do with their personal lives)Anyway, the video just plain made me upset. It scares me when I think about how much power and influence…See More
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