Monday, September 21, 2015

Governor Huckabee Demagoguing It Again...

Rational Nation USA
Purveyor of Truth



Republican presidential candidate and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee said on Monday that President Obama's administration is "the most anti-Christian in American history," according to The Iowa Statesman.


Huckabee was upset over Obama inviting transgender activists and the first openly gay Episcopal bishop to the welcoming ceremony for the pope at the White House. The Vatican criticized the invitations and said that photographs of the pope and these individuals might suggest approval of their decisions, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Huckabee called Obama's decision a "politicized cattle call" in his statement.

“President Obama’s classless decision to transform Pope Francis’ visit to the White House into a politicized cattle call for gay and pro-abortion activists is an insult to millions of Catholics," according to the statement. "Why is it that Obama goes to extremes to accommodate Muslim terrorists but shows nothing but disdain for Christians? This is a new low for an administration that will go down as the most anti-Christian in American history.”

In the jaundiced eyes of Governor Huckleberry, oops so sorry, I meant Governor Huckabee, apparently not all of "God's" creatures are deserving of the same respect, dignity, and understanding afforded by "God" to proper straight Christians.

It certainly reaffirms, at least in my thought process, that an atheistic humanist view is far superior (as well as more rational) to the mystical human created sky god that according to religionists would discriminate against and even punish some of her or his own creations.

Via: Memeorandum

4 comments:

  1. I keep forgetting that the Hucka Hucka Burnin' Love is still running!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Huckelberry, er, I mean Huckabee is a real piece of work. Dude is going nowhere, but he does provide entertainment.

    ReplyDelete
  3. RN may very well think I go too far, but as a Progressive Christian I think Hucky is evil, or very much under the sway of evil. By which I mean his views are a result of Satanic influence.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I do not think Huckabee is a good person with respect to his views and positions on this and other religious concerns.

    Yes, I do think you go too far with the satanic reference. But then again I am not a believer in either biblical supernatural figures. Each to their own.

    ReplyDelete

As this site encourages free speech and expression any and all honest political commentary is acceptable. Comments with cursing or vulgar language will not be posted.

Effective 8/12/13 Anonymous commenting has been disabled. This unfortunate action was made necessary due to the volume of Anonymous comments that are either off topic or serve only to disrupt honest discourse..

I apologizes for any inconvenience this necessary action may cause the honest Anonymous who would comment here, respect proper decorum and leave comments of value. However, The multitude of trollish attack comments from both the left and right has necessitated this action.

Thank you for your understanding... The management.