Palin says America is a christian nation

Idiot Christian right winger, interviewing a Christian right wing idiot about right wing Christian idiocy. Fox news: Fair and Balanced

Comment by Jake W. Andrews on May 10, 2010 at 10:32pm
In other news, Palin still thinks she has an authoritative voice in the world. There are better republican governors that are more deserving to be faux news talking heads than her. How can such an unimportant person, with such a boring, empty background, get this kind of response from an audience?
Comment by Reggie on May 10, 2010 at 10:53pm
Stupid! Stupid! Stupid! Gahhhh! How can these people blather on about something with passionate opinion when they know nothing about the subject?
Comment by Mario Rodgers on May 10, 2010 at 11:07pm
What is that sucking sound?
Comment by Galen on May 10, 2010 at 11:48pm
That was painful to watch and completely irrelevant.

Ok, let's accept that America was founded on Christian principles, on the Bible, on whatever they want to claim it was founded on. I'd even be willing to let them have that point. And in response, I'd like to ask: So what? Australia was founded as a prison colony full of thieves, rapists, murderers, etc. but you don't see them running around screaming that the things that founded their country are GOOD! Even if America were founded on the Christian religion, SO FUCKING WHAT? That still doesn't mean that Christianity gets to rule the damn roost, period!
Comment by kris feenstra on May 11, 2010 at 1:56am
Imposition? This word is in the establishment clause? The American Constitution really isn't my thing.

To be honest, even without the constitution, I sort of just consider using the President's office to endorse philosophies completely unrelated to the job to be, well, unprofessional. Doesn't matter to me what religious beliefs (or lack thereof) a politician wants to hold; they should observe them on their own time in their personal lives.
Comment by James on June 15, 2010 at 10:37pm
Fox News: We're not historically inaccurate, we're fiscally responsible. Think of all the money we've save not employing a historian or researcher on insignificant trifles like facts...

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