Friday, November 03, 2006

Iraq, Foley, Evangelical Leader quits amid Gay allegations, remember Bush's Base?

As Bush sees success in Iraq and for republicans Nov 7, a reminder of the reality he continues to deny and we have to face as his base erodes!
Bush sees success in Iraq as Americans continue to die needlessly and scores of tortured Iraqi's found.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/...
Iraq is lost, Bush is killing needlessly!

As Bush sees success for Repubs Nov 7 and you have to wonder what underhanded trick they have planned as this is reality and it should be. The more this becomes a referendum on Bush, his stupidity in Iraq, his erosion of the middle class, and his corruptive supporters and their growing record of lies and deception, this should be the focus. Anyway,.Most Republicans are keeping their distance and not invoking the four letter word we all find repugnant, B-U-S-H.
http://www.foxnews.com/...

Bush continues to stay the course of denial!

To top it off we had Foley the supposed republican protector of children prove to be a predator of male pages at the least, proving Republicans great family values.

Now we have The president of the National Association of Evangelicals who resigned yesterday after accusations by a male prostitute that the pastor paid him for sex over three years. The Rev. Ted Haggard said he also is temporarily stepping aside from the pulpit of his church in Colorado Springs pending an internal investigation by the church.
The church official who temporarily has assumed Haggard's post said late Thursday that there has been "some admission of guilt," but not to all of the allegations. He did not give any more details. I just want to say I have heard the accuser has email backup too!

In 2005, Time magazine put Haggard on its list of the 25 most influential evangelical leaders, noting his participation in a weekly conference call with White House staffers and other religious leaders. we should remind Republicans of that. http://www.cnn.com/...

I don't have to remind anyone here but these fundamentalists are supposed to be righteous and they are his very core and this is a leader. The very foundation of today's perverted fundamentalist base. I want to see this pounded home and want to see Republicans reminded often that the very foundation of their family values and pro American foundation has proven to be cracked, full of holes, and should be non existent.

This all adds up to as you know our main problem in the country today.

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
www.anaveragepatriot.com

2 comments:

LittleBill said...

Isn't it wonderful how forgiving some religious and/or political groups can be when it comes to one of their own?

an average patriot said...

Hi Littlebill
I am listening to this right now. I guess the accuser says Haggard used Amphetamines too. the guy says he could say a lot more and has email back up.
He looks guilty to me but as you point out, these so called evangelicals are absolutely forgiving whern it comes to one of their own.
I hope not now. He just admitted to buying Meth from the accuser. Now he says he bought the Meth but threw it away. I hate this damn lying.
He just said he went to the accuser for a massage. Oh come on! as the leader of these so called Evangeilicals he should be persecuted and pay for it.
His followers should think about this and Bush's so called evangelical base when they vote next month. He should be forgiven my eye, not in the role he was in.'Forgive but he should pay as should the Republican party because he is the source of their power and base.