Jesus Christ, HuffPo!
Usually, I like to wait until I'm finished with Christmas dinner to puke, but John Ridley put me on the morning shift.
Huckabee runs a Christmas-themed ad. The liberals see a floating cross, and believe that alone make the man unfit to be president. Instead, I think that makes some on the far left too paranoid to trust with a vote....
What's particularly galling is the left's selective prosecution of religiosity....
If the far left were smart, instead of continuing to make religion a wedge issue, they would -- as Obama has smartly tried to do -- take religion off the table by displaying their faith.
My bucket runneth over.
If I had more time, I'd kick this piece-of-shit posting apart brick by brick, but instead I'll go back to enjoying the holiday in my own secular way, and I bestow the link as my gift to anyone who wanted — but didn't get — Ipecac under the tree.
Not sure if it will be approved by Arianna's mods, but here's what I huffposted as a comment:
Good God, man, what an offensive post!
Since you're the self-appointed expert on both Jimmy Carter and progressives' concerns about the separation of church and state, might I recommend reading Carter's book "Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis"? In it, the evangelical ex-president articulates the same concerns as us too-paranoid-to-be-allowed-to-vote atheists.
Obama's abuse of the faith card -- http://correntewire.com/barack_still_put... -- raises serious questions about his character and judgment.
To the detriment of the party and Jefferson's "wall," Obama constantly conflates religion with "values" and "morals," and like you, he plumps up rightwing strawmen about the left, including the secular left, which despite your bigotry has every right to a voice in America, and which in my experience encompasses a lot of fine, admirable, and eminently reasonable people who (like Jimmy Carter) just happen not to think America should keep lurching toward theocracy.