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Which is it Mr. President?
Should God be mentioned in political speeches?

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In the President's cleverly slated speech to the nation on 09/11, he mentions that Iraq does not allow its people religious freedom but sees no harm in ending his own speech to his country with comments about how "God" has blessed our nation. Is his "God" automatically to be the "God" of all Americans? Is this not the same lack of religious freedom that he referred to previously? I realize that he is not making us believe in his "God" nor are we chastized for our beliefs but c'mon can you possibly leave religion out of your speech? Or is that all a Republican knows to talk about? Why does being a Christian and Republican always seem to go hand in hand? Does the mention of God in political speeches infuriate anyone else?


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The good thing about God is that I think he believes in karma too...
Bush will get his. I am not happy with this administration and I do not agree with pretty much anything he has to say or goes after. Then again...I am just a lowly middle income person and not even allowed an invite to his circle of friends!


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leftwing wrote:
Why does being a Christian and Republican always seem to go hand in hand?


Because the modern republican party, like the institution of organized religion, was founded on the principle that if you lie to people and try to scare them, they will give you their money. They go together so well, that people utilize both if at all possible.


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