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A BBC documentary about Mitt Romney, his Mormonism and U.S. politics. I just started watching so I'm not sure if it's full of snark potential or not. Just posting in case anyone else wants to see it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EVtPkafbcQ&feature=plcp
Shortly after Rick Santorum announced his need to quit his presidential bid due to the health of his daughter (she must have just gotten ill or why would he have started his campaign if she was already ill???) Anyway, the Duggars washed away their despair of being forced to vote for a baby murderer by drinking wine and beer. Poor 14 year old Joy can barely stand in this photo. The Duggars have lost their way.
Apparently the Duggars are now backing the winning horse. http://www.politico.com/blogs/click/201 ... 20237.html Conflicting reports? Yeah. I haven't checked Josh's Twitter lately so I don't know if he's still supporting Newt or what. Probably, and Jim Bob's not happy about it. Edit: Source is the fan blog, duggarsblog.blogspot.com.
Austin posted a topic in Dominionists, Pentecostals, and Charismaticshttp://caffertyfile.blogs.cnn.com/2011/ ... =obnetwork I am very glad that more and more mainstream news outlets are discussing dominionism, what it means, and who has ties to it: I found this question on CNN's Cafferty File (the comments are really interesting): A sampling of responses from commenters: ETA: Bonnie's response, which gives me hope for the average American who is unfamiliar with dominionism.
here this asshat says he does not want any muslims to have worship buildings and goes on and on how bad they are then when he gets caught does the I did not mean it crap. Published: Jul 27, 2011 9:18 PM WASHINGTON (AP) - Republican Herman Cain is apologizing to Muslim leaders for vitriolic remarks he made about Islam while campaigning for the presidential nomination. The former Godfather's Pizza CEO has said communities have a right to ban Islamic mosques because Muslims are trying to inject sharia law into the U.S. He's also said he would not want a Muslim bent on killing Americans in his administration. On Wednesday, Cain met with four Muslim leaders in Sterling, Va. He said in a statement later he was "truly sorry" for comments that may have "betrayed" his commitment to the Constitution and the religious freedom it guarantees. He also acknowledged that Muslims, "like all Americans," have the right to practice freely their faith and that most Muslim Americans are peaceful and patriotic.