Wednesday, May 14, 2008

The Religious Right are boo-hooing again

With all the problems in the world, do the Religious Right get out there and actually roll up their sleeves and do something constructive? No, they are stomping their feet because they can’t have their way with trying to mix religion and government again, as always.


Lost Weekend: Religious Right Seeks Two-Day
Ten Commandments CONFAB

Rob Boston writes:

Bill Murray, chairman, founder and possibly the only member of something called the Religious Freedom Coalition, is carping because House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid won’t schedule a vote on a resolution authorizing a Ten Commandments Weekend that lauds the Decalogue as the source of our country’s laws.

“But [boo hoooo] with Nancy Pelosi in charge of the House and Harry Reid in charge of the Senate, we can’t have a voice, [booo hoooo (my emphasis)]Murray groused to One News Now. “We can’t get these out and open and celebrate the Ten Commandments.”

Why not? If members of Murray’s church want to celebrate the Commandments and erect them for all to see, no one’s going to stop them. He could even stick them up in his back yard or make tiny versions into paperweights. Be creative. Knock yourself out, Bill.

But like Rob says, it’s never enough with the Religious Right.

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