@PatriotIn what way is Mr Trump a man of his word? He constantly
contradicts himself and the excuse when he doesn't follow through is,
"well you didn't think he was serious did you?"If
that's your idea of an honest man... I just don't know what to say.
And no, I'm not a liberal or a democrat. I'm a card carrying
republican and a conservative. Unfortunately I still think that the "Party
of Values" should have to live up to those values which doesn't seem to
be the thinking of the Republican Party anymore.
Trump is a man of his word -- Christians have their biggest supporter in the
White House in the past 50 years with Trump. Evangelicals voted for Trump in
2016 and I suspect there will be even more in 2020 now that the Johnson
amendment is gone and Christians can preach pro-Trump, anti-liberal in their
churches now. The man has appointed THE most conservative supreme court justice
in a long time and that bodes well for Christians. Expect more conservative
justices going forward. Interesting Trump follows THE most anti-Christian
president in my life time in Mr. Obama.
Per the United States Constitution, Didn't the POTUS swear and
oath to promise to protect ALL religion - and not just "Christians?
Given that most of the denominations attending Liberty University don't
think Mormon's are Christians it really don't give me any warm and/or
fuzzy feelings. We need to protect all religions, not just the ones we like.
Otherwise how are we any different than the oppressive regimes in the middle
@Edmunds TuckerThose hotels also don't stock the Ramayana in hotel
rooms. Is that an attack on Hinduism?If it's not an attack on
Hinduism to not provide religious literature, why is it an attack on
Christianity to not provide religious literature?Hint: "because
they used to" is not a good answer.
Vanceone.."Which means they don't want to protect Christians, do they?
"Basically you're right. We don't want to protect
"Christians". We want to protect all Americans civil rights, and that
includes those delineated in the Constitution and those protected by law. Pointing out Christian abuse of lawful civil rights is not mocking,
it's standing up for American values. Simply because
Christians had a unique place in early American history doesn't in any way
give them special treatment when it comes to the law. So again it is correct
that the left does not want to single out Christians for special protection.
The Navy has removed Bibles from its Lodging and Inns, around the world, as of
2015.OPNAVINST 1730.1ESECNAVINST 1730.7DSECNAVINST 5351.1SECNAVINST 4001.23OPNAVINST 4001.1F23 October 2015Gary W.
Clore, Capt. CNC, USN CNIC Force Chaplain[Religious materials will be in
kiosks, not in the drawers in bedrooms in lodging, or inns.]The Army and
Air Force have adopted similar positions, to wit, remove all Bibles from their
Thanks President Trump. He's doing a great job despite all of the fake
media hits by the lying leftist media.
Do Christians need protection? I am fairly sure that christianity dominates this
Seeing as Trump lies constantly, I would take no solace in his statement. By now
he has forgotten what he said.
As the article points out the crowd of 'values' voters strongly
supports trump, and they know who trump is and what trump has done. So,
when they get uppity about those values, I just keep in mind they don't
believe them, either.
So here's the thing: I fully expect lots of people, primarily
progressives/leftists/ so called "open minded Mormons" etc to bash Trump
for this. Which means they don't want to protect Christians, do
they? They sure do like to target them, though. Because the left
will hammer Trump and vow to harass and mock Christians and not protect them,
their crusade to get Mormon (who are Christian, after all) votes is inevitably