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Discussion in '2004 Archive' started by Daniel David, Jan 20, 2004.
I wish he would stick to taxes and military. In those regards, he is a genius. In other areas...
Are you talking about his farce...er...faith based initiatives. If so, then I agree with you.
Absolutely Joseph. I also don't like when he tries to play the role of theologian. I don't worship the same god as muslims. Perhaps he does, but I don't.
President Bush is so pathetic when he starts spreading that syncretism that is the hallmark of his childish theology.
I have spent so much time down below in the politics forum that I had trouble finding this thread again. I am not sure that I know how to act outside of the politics forum, which can get rough and tumble quickly.
The Lycos Message Boards, which are closing at the end of the month, have a gnostic poster who was responding to my posting about www.bushrevealed.com (which Lady Eagle first posted on the Baptist Board I think). At any rate, this gnostic lady said that during the campaign President Bush said that Wicca was not a religion.
Hoping to document that one. That would add to the list of his mistaken theological comments. If someone could just tell him to stay off the subject of religion....
Don't want to beat a dead elephant, but tell me what you think of this. I don't have a link for it yet as it was taken from a Wicca site but I imagine that it is accurate.
Question: With religious diversity increasing, what are your thoughts on the protection of religious freedom and the separation of church and state? Should religions like Wicca be banned from recognition by the military, as some legislators suggest?
Submitted from Amber of San Diego, California through Yahoo! (10/15/00)
Answer from George W. Bush:
Religious Freedom And Tolerance Is A Protected Right
I am committed to the First Amendment principles of religious freedom, tolerance, and diversity.
Whether Mormon, Methodist, Jewish, or Muslim, Americans should be able to participate in their constitutional free exercise of religion. I do not think witchcraft is a religion, and I do not think it is in any way appropriate for the U.S. military to promote it.