Quite the apologist he is
Reader comment on: McGurn on the Arrogance of the Elites
Submitted by benjamin (United States), Aug 9, 2010 21:59
Is it possible to hold a bigoted position and not be a bigot? I don't know. I do know that the quotes he calls "gems" about gay marriage maker perfect sense to me. I also know there were people at the tea party protests who did carry Swastikas and images of Obama as the second coming of Hitler. I also read recently that in Tennessee, people are trying to deny first amendment rights of Muslims and keep them from building a mosque - not exactly around the corner from ground zero. And immigration? How about this nonsense about the 14th amendment?
For a political movement that envisions itself defending the constitution, it sure spends a lot of time trying to restrict religious freedom, deny equality under the law and trample on the long held American tradition of not blaming a child for the actions of his parent. The GOP has gone off the deep end, I hope they come back from Fox News land soon, the country needs two rational political parties to make our system work.
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