There was a murder case where the victim was considered missing for weeks until they found her body. The man they found guilty, based on circumstantial evidence, maintains his innocence to this day. Perhaps he isn’t guilty, but one thing about the case always stuck out to me: He would often text and call the victim, but stopped immediately after she was dead. If he didn’t know she was dead, wouldn’t he have still tried to contact her? Maybe there was a good reason, but when he was asked the question he was tongue-tied. I think his inside knowledge changed his behavior. He covered things up as best he could, but never thought to call or text someone he knew was dead.
In the same way, when the Left — and especially the “Christian” Left — worries about real Christians in office, they completely tip their hands.
Some memes are much more accurate and powerful than others. This one speaks volumes.
If they were truly concerned about religious beliefs in the public square, they would have the same concerns about Obama, Hillary and other Leftists pretending to care about what Jesus said. But everyone on their side is in on the charade. They know they are just faking it — or that they really worship the fake Jesus of Jeremiah Wright, Chuck Currie, Mark Sandlin, etc. — so they don’t care.
I realize that people can fake it on the right as well, but you don’t catch those people trying to dismiss the Leftist “Christians” because of their religious beliefs.
The reason that Whoopi et al don’t fret about Obama’s “Christianity” — you know, the faith they get so wounded about if you dare question it — is that they know it is false. But their words betray them when they hold conservatives to an entirely different standard.
One of my favorite things to do when people play the “You’re forcing your religious views on me” card is to ask them to point me to anywhere where they have been equally strident in opposing the religious Left. After all, if “forcing religious views” was such a horrible thing, they should be actively protesting the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, all the fake Christian denominations pushing taxpayer-funded abortion and oxymoronic “same-sex marriage,” increased taxes, etc.
I’ve yet to get anything besides crickets chirping in response.