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Wednesday, January 12, 2005

A man of God

The President may have just picked the fight of his life, and I'm not talking about Social Security. In an interview with the Washington Times, the President said the following:

I don't see how you can be president at least from my perspective, how you can be president, without a relationship with the Lord.

Wow! This is a man who knows who is, knows his maker, and is not the least bit afraid to tell the secularists accross this country who he attributes his success to. The Left is going to go nuts over this, and they would be wise to bite their tongues. So far the Democratic party has been able to fake their religious bonafides (Bill Clinton, "Southern Baptist"? - pff!), so the American people, who are mostly a Christian people, have not caught on to the fact that the Democratic party has been attempting to undermine the Christian foundation of our nation.

If the Left lets the cat out of the bag by going after the president for his comments, they will soon regret it. I assume the first charge will be that the president only thinks Christians can be true Americans. But W is used to dealing with this band of Christian bashers and hedged his statements:

I fully understand that the job of the president is and must always be protecting the great right of people to worship or not worship as they see fit. That's what distinguishes us from the Taliban. The greatest freedom we have or one of the greatest freedoms is the right to worship the way you see fit.

It will be interesting to see what tack the Left takes to attack the president on this. Given the fact their lunatic fringe has taken over, it will certaintly be entertaining. But they will be hard pressed to find a majority of Americans who will follow them in tearing apart Bush on this. Whether or not you believe in God or not, it should still be refreshing to know your president serves a higher authority than himself. I think most Americans would agree.


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