Sunday, February 26, 2012

Want Sharia for your Grandkids? Vote Santorum

No, seriously. I mean it. With statements about how the separation of Church and State is not absolute, we open the door to the 21st century reality of those who want to intertwine our legal system with Sharia Law. Obviously Santorum thinks Christianity should have a voice in politics, but more and more Sharia is coming into play here in America...and that is where the First Amendement wall will be breached.

I'm not saying get crazy and remove historic religious monuments, or limit religious services for the military, etc. But lets keep our conversations about the roll of government firmly in the secular.

P.S. I don't want to hear about how over simplified this I'm making this...the First Amendement is nuanced and we could go on and on. But I have dinner to cook and laundry to fold, so this is all-she-wrote, folks.


Shane Atwell said...

Agree wholeheartedly. Someone in the news said of Santorum recently "his god is not my god". And that's just the problem, as soon as gov't starts legislating on religious matters, the next thing you know someone is elected who's god "isn't your god". Keep gov't secular.

Anonymous said...

I think he means a politician CAN and should rely on his faith.

however, with sharia creeping in, people like Santorum never envision what happens when suddenly the tables are turned.

let's keep government separate but not abridge our personal freedoms.