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Prayers answered on Mt. Soledad Cross

Posted by thebosun on July 10, 2006

Prayers answered on Mt. Soledad Cross! Reposted with permission from Rick Roberts, 760 KFMB AM radio, San Diego, California. For further information about Rick or his points of view, please visit Rick’s Blog at 760 KFMB.

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By Rick Roberts, from his KFMB website, July 5th, 2006

Great news for those of us who have worked hard to keep the San Diego Mt. Soledad War Memorial as is, where is.

The US Supreme Court has granted a temporary stay for the cross on Mount Soledad. The decision issued by Justice Anthony Kennedy overrides a federal court ruling that the city pay five-thousand dollars for each day it continues to stand after August first.

It could also buy precious time for the state… which could ultimately make the difference on keeping the cross where it is. The Supreme Court has not announced yet whether it will hear the case.

And speaking of so called religious matters…

What is it with the Democrat party and flip flops?

Now it’s happening to crazy-man Howard Dean.

He says Democrats must have faith in their ability to attract religious voters.

The former presidential candidate says his party must do a better job of winning the support of evangelical Christians, who have voted Republican in recent elections.

Wait one little second here!! It wasn’t that long ago when Dean was bashing the religious community and the right by saying Republicans are “a pretty monolithic party. They all behave the same. They all look the same. It’s pretty much a white Christian party.”

But now he wants the white Christians to flip and go Democrat!

And not only is he contradictory in his words…but what about his party’s actions, and platform. Much of it is based on supporting immoral activity.

Hey Dean…That’s your party’s strength. Telling idiots they don’t have to be held to any higher standard, ripping crosses down, supporting drug use, and sex with whoever, wherever, however.

That’s what defines you Howie. And I don’t believe us White Christians are really into what your selling.

Are you a Christian considering jumping to the Democrat party? If you are … Why?

Also blogging on this issue: American Center for Law and Justice Press Release: ACLJ CALLS SUPREME COURT ACTION KEEPING MT. SOLEDAD CROSS IN PLACE “MAJOR VICTORY” FOR SAN DIEGO

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One Response to “Prayers answered on Mt. Soledad Cross”

  1. Charles said

    Yes, that oppressed majority Christianity, who only has had every president as a member of its faith, is under attack. Why, with 78% of the population being Christian, it’s a wonder you could still hold on to your faith. Thankfully, the few hundred in Congress and the 9 in the Supreme Court used their bare super-majority to save this weakening faith.

    Why, if not for public land, you’d not be able to see a Christian cross anywhere. Without public assistance, Christianity in the US could go as low as 75%. That’s only three quarters people. How could you live with yourselves?

    Can’t you see, our elected representatives are best at teaching Christianity. Not these unelected priest and ministers who have only the money worshippers give them. No, the politicians have funds collected with coercion and they know the true faith of how to apply it. Teachers, not church elders, hold the true path to the gods and must lead our young in prayer. Trust the government to promote your faith, not some tax exempt church.

    Thank you Supreme Court. You protect our weakened gods from that vicious 20%…well 48% as we shouldn’t count Catholics and Mormons. If not for you, we’d be forced to put crosses on our lawns! How dare they imply we have to promote a private religion with our own private means. So thank you.

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