Do You Believe The President Should Be Submitted To Religious Tests?Tonight, CNN is participating in the transformation of the United States of America into a theocracy. CNN chose the following question to the presidential candidates: Do you believe that every word of this book [the Bible] is true? What possible relevance does this test of religious belief have to the presidential election of 2008? Oh, it does have relevance. It has relevance to the fact that right wing Christian organizations are attempting to transform the public office of President of the United States into a religious position with authority that is established by adherence to Christian theology, and not to the Constitution of the United States. It's relevant in that the question is a manifestation of an attempt to impose religious authority over the American federal government. As such, the question should never have been aired, and should not have been given the power of a response. However, not a single Republican presidential candidate refused to answer the question, or expressed any concern about the question being asked. They all eagerly submitted themselves to the religious test for public office, and in doing so, signaled their willingness to allow religious authority to subvert the Constitution and the rule of law. (Source: CNN, November 28, 2007)
Yellow Peace Sign Ornament (Round)
Chicagoans for Peace (bumper sticker)
Put a Big Red Slash Through the GOP.
Show people what's on your mind with this Georgia freethinker bumper sticker. Even in the Deep South, there are people who think for themselves. Be proud to be one of those people, and think freely.
Texas Democrats know the sting of defeat and the long, last joy of victory over long odds. They know what matters. Texas supports Hillary Clinton for President of all the United States of America in 2008. This Texas for Clinton shirt, like all shirts sold here on Skreened, is made ethically right here in the USA
You're a free thinker. You're incredulous. You're a heretic. Wear the name with pride! (Heretic button)