Once again Republicans show they haven't read their Bibles - or their Constitution - before they start legislating Jesus into law
Not only can Dobson not follow the commandments he wants publicly displayed throughout our country and in our public schools, but he cannot be bothered to follow the commands of his own Lord and Savior, Jesus.
Anyone paying attention to the rhetoric coming out of the Religious Right will be aware that the theocrats position themselves as the defenders of truth and tradition. Change, they say, is bad, and not only bad, but evil and that the people motivating this change, from Barack Obama on down, are moved by demons and even by Satan himself.
For Boykin it was bromance at first sight and perhaps a wee bit of latent homosexuality as he waxed over Jesus' "big, bulging biceps...thin waist" and "strong shoulders."
For the sake of the very modern concept of "family values" it is essential that people not listen to Jesus and put their family second, after the Kingdom of God.
Conservative Christians want to be able to spew hate and lies but for nobody to have the right to disagree with or refute them
Joseph Farah wants you to believe an angry God is about to snuff us out, but first we have to survive the Republicans
Joseph Farah just can't wrap his mind around a Christianity that includes its Christ, and attacks Jim Wallis for getting Jesus right