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Sunday, October 22, 2006

Tired of Getting Beat Over the Head...

There's this organization.

An organization that is threatening churches and church leaders.

This organization says that "they'll be watching" for infractions made by religious leaders this political season.

They say that political statements and moral teachings can't be made from the pulpits.

What the ...?!?

They have a big campaign going on and are trying to use fear tactics to shut the mouths of religious leaders in their own congregations.

I wonder what Martin Luther King would have to say about this if he were still alive today?


I don't think it would go over very well.

Not very well at all.

Especially since he was a "religious leader" that liked to talk...

In fact, he liked to talk a lot.

I'm tired of that weak argument of "separation of church and state".

There's no such thing written in the constitution.

It's something that has been pushed down the public's throat for so long that the public actually believes that it is true.

That in and of itself is irritating enough to say the least...

We've got to think for ourselves, and not be coerced into accepting the thoughts that are orchestrated by others.

Here's a helpful handbook for you to pass on to your church leaders:

Permissable and Impermissable Activities of Non-Profit Organizations and Public Charities Under Federal Campaign and Finance Tax Laws

This way they can read it for themselves...

And not be intimidated by lies.


Facing the Giants... For Real.


Anonymous Moof said...

TJ, the "separation of church and state" was intended to keep the state from imposing a state religion ...

It gave us "freedom OF religion" ... but they want to distort the meaning into "freedom FROM religion."

I hope that the preachers all preach according to their consciences ... and I hope the people listen.

Thanks ... great post!

October 23, 2006 8:47 PM  
Blogger It's me, T.J. said...

Hey Moof...


Glad you were able to stop by.

I know that you've been *swamped* with all of your obligations.

I know exactly what you mean...

But it still makes me mad that people think that the phrase is actually in the Constitution.


October 23, 2006 9:25 PM  

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