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Monday · February 23 2004

If you think that disliking GW Bush is a club only for liberals, Democrats, and Ba'athists, you're wrong. Dr. Johnston, a member of the ultra-conservative Constitution party, writes many reasons why Christians should not vote for George W. Bush. My highlights:

He demoralized Korean and Japanese Christians by bowing down at a pagan Shinto shrine in Japan. (right, we should expect Muslims to respect our religion, but no way are we going to show respect to the Shinto)

His support of Clinton’s 1995 “assault weapons ban” which outlawed a host of semi-automatic guns. (and using assault weapons makes you a Christian exactly how?)

His endorsement and promotion of the globalist, sovereignty-threatening aims of the United Nations. (huh?)

With the so-called Patriot Act and the Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003, his remedy for terrorism has been an ever-growing police state. (ok, we agree on something here)

His increased funding of the National Endowment of the Arts, which uses taxpayer money to publicize vulgar and blasphemous “art,” such as the artwork depicting a crucifix in a jar of urine. (Crucifix in urine = bad politics)

President Bush has stated that he has no qualms about hiring homosexuals,20 and he has proven it. He has appointed open homosexuals to high government positions at a rate that makes Bill Clinton look like a homophobe! (And, further, he let the gays out of their holding pens! Oh, the humanity!)

G.W. Bush is pro-abortion, pro-homosexual, he’s anti-gun, and he’s the biggest spender in American history. American conservatives have taken the bait at the expense of their cause and God’s glory. (Dr. Johnston, please pass the peace pipe. I need a hit.)

I want to see Dr. Johnston and Al Sharpton face off on a Bible quiz show or a mano-a-mano Survivor series. That would be some good reality TV.

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