Let's Villify Jerry Falwell
When I read the article I specifically looked for any statement that could be construed as radical or fanatical. I believe that almost anyone of good faith with a Judeo-Christian background would agree with what he wrote. Notice I said almost anyone. It is a sad fact of our modern world that there are some weird Jews and Christians floating around out there with some rather strange interpretations of what the Good Book has to say.
Another sad fact about our modern world is the all or nothing mentality of today's defective intellectuals. This mentality crosses all borders and boundaries of religious, political and social groups. Their ridiculous premise is that "I believe...." ***Big Bubba takes a break to listen to Jim Belushi lead Cubbie fans singing "Take me out to the ball game."*** OK, the premise is "I believe in 99.8% of what the candidate believes in, but..........." Here's a demoracist example, "I'm with Hanoi John 99.8% of the time, but, since he doesn't want to send Republicans to labor reeducation camps I am not going to vote." Don't laugh Republicans because there are those who say, "I mostly agree with W, but, I can't vote for him because he refuses to drop a H-bomb on the California heathens." When did all this start? I thought compromise was the very essence of politics. I have yet to vote for anyone who I agreed with 100%.
Falwell's article makes sense to me. What do you think?