Hugh Hewitt linked to a great article at The Mudville Gazette on why liberals seem so scared of Christians. He calls this "the Boogeyman of Jesusland" and I have noted it myself all over the Main Stream Media. I think for example this helps expalin why liberals were so scared of and willing to trash James Watt.
"It's an invocation of a liberal boogeyman, you see. Republican Senators pander to a right-wing, Christian, ultra-conservative base - Jesusland. Jesusland was last invoked in strength in the aftermath of the Democrat's November meltdown, a handy excuse for missing the mark, for failing to resonate with voters. Quality of candidates and platforms meant nothing - moral values were the hinge on which the elections turned. Iraq meant nothing to the average voter. The New York Times even went so far as to claim that gay marriage was the only issue that really mattered to GI's deployed there. The drooling fanatics of Jesusland, you see, are running this country. In fact, they are running it into the ground."
Greyhawk goes into much detail looking at reality versus the bogyman, and looking at what true Christians believe. He concludes:
"So where are the real Christians? If you aren't one of them, rest assured that although not a majority there are some within a few hundred yards of you. And Christians everywhere in America are busy this weekend praying. For America, for the world, and for peace for Terri Schiavo and her family. Yes, even for Michael."And celebrating a season of rebirth, and redemption."
"And celebrating a season of rebirth, and redemption."
Read the whole thing.
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