David Lane, who also worked for Huckabee last time around, posted the following in an op-ed on World Net Daily last week:
Where are the champions of Christ to save the nation from the pagan onslaught imposing homosexual marriage, homosexual scouts, 60 million babies done to death by abortion and red ink as far as the eye can see on America? Who will wage war for the Soul of America and trust the living God to deliver the pagan gods into our hands and restore America to her Judeo-Christian heritage and re-establish a Christian culture?
"Those who embrace homosexual marriage and homosexual Scouting – or homosexuality in general – know little and practice nothing of Christianity. Christians must not only be allowed to have opinions, but politically, Christians must be retrained to war for the Soul of America and quit believing the fabricated whopper of the 'Separation of Church and State,' the lie repeated ad nauseum by the left and liberals to keep Christian America – the moral majority – from imposing moral government on pagan public schools, pagan higher learning and pagan media. If the American experiment with freedom is to end after 237 years, let each of us commit to brawl all the way to the end because, 'Upon this battle depends the survival of Christian civilization.'"
FULL: WAGE WAR TO RESTORE A CHRISTIAN AMERICA [WND]
The story stayed up for about a day, then it was yanked, as soon as it hit the media that he was working as an advisor to Paul. If you go there now, it says the story was removed, but the original title is still visible in the URL.
If you Google David Lane, you will find this rhetoric is typical for him, meaning there is no logical way on earth that Paul (or Huckabee, or anyone else) hired him without being aware of it. Logic says, you don't hire someone you disagree with about things like this when you are a politician and KNOW it will be connected to you.
(that should pretty much cover anyone who wants to make implausible excuses for Paul, or any other GOP candidate who has worked with Lane before)
Now, read that bolded part again:
Christians must be retrained to war for the Soul of America and quit believing the fabricated whopper of the 'Separation of Church and State,
Can you, in good conscience, support someone who associates with that idealogy? If the answer is yes, how do you justify supporting someone who agrees with the mass subordination of every Jew, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu, Sikh, atheist, agnostic, pagan, Taoist, and Native American man, woman and child in the country? What exactly is the difference between the Christian supremacist idealogy and the white supremacist ideology?
(forgot the other link - if you want to read the entire thing, if you think you can stomach it, the cached copy is online here)Answer Question
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