Christianity and intolerance seems to have taken over Maine. Praying in the capital, invoking jesus on the floor of the house. The wall of church and state has crumbled in Maine and if it can happen there it can happen anywhere.
This is really frightening. "If we can get more Christians involved" - like those are the only kinds of people worth electing and having in their House. Really, really disturbing, this woman seems so sheltered.
I can't believe evangelicals have taken over Maine. This is spooky.
Scary. So much for seperation of church and state.
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