Monday, July 5, 2010

Tea partiers search Constitution for parts that support their beliefs

I’m reminded of those evangelist preachers who take parts of the Bible and quote it out of context to support their personal agendas. They try to take the high road by associating themselves with a mainstream religion, but in fact are just greedy people using the belief in a higher power to their advantage.  

Not much difference here. Read this article and note Tea Partiers reject certain parts of the Constitution because they’re only interested in the parts that fit into their narrow world view. Their just using the Constitution the way rogue religious leaders use the Bible.

Crazed preachers and Tea Partiers have a lot in common. How many examples can you think of? While you’re buried in deep thought, take a look at this story:  

'Tea party' goes back to school on Fourth of July

Tea Party activists across the nation tried to put the "independence" back in Independence Day this weekend with festivals and other gatherings focused on the Constitution — and how to use it for political gain.

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