Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Ann Coulter

Remember Ann Coulter's comments about Jewish people on CNBC's The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch? Coulter told Deutsch that America should be a Christian nation, Jews should convert and that Christians "just want Jews to be perfected, as they say."

I have read Ann's commentaries and I have learned alot about the "conservatives" through her as I did with Rush Limbaugh and others.

I want to say this to Ann:
Regarding our religious freedom, The early Christians in America were interested in establishing a degree of separation of church and state because they had been persecuted by the English government and wanted to ensure their own freedom of religion in Massachusetts Bay. They also disagreed with the Catholic/Anglican idea that the church should be should be universal, encompassing every member of the community. This implied a division between the institutions of society (government) and the institutions of the church.

Christians knows that not everyone is willing to be a Christian. If a person don't want to read the Bible, then that person don't have to read the Bible. We have that freedom.
Ann Coulter is a conservative (far right) like is very much like Rush Limbaugh and she really, really do not John McCain. As a "registered" Republican, I do hold many conservative positions on most issues and I think John is the same way. If Ann is a Christian, she needs to understand that being a Christian means being a conservative by seeing how we deal with the world in humility that being witness is by her life, but she do not hide the fact that she is Christian and that how she show her spiritual light through deeds first and then words. Right now, she is mostly words and at times, her words basically made her "unbecoming a Christian". 1 Corinthians 13:5 says "Love does not act unbecomingly". Ephesians 5:4 "Nor should there be obscenity, foolish talk or coarse joking, which are out of place, but rather thanksgiving."

I am a "conservative" like John McCain however, according to their (far right) definition of conservativism, I am NOT. They think I might be "conservative democrat" but you know, in the past few years, I have been voting mostly democrat candidates including Ohio's Governor in the last governorship election.

Republican Party is in a sad, sad position today.


Anonymous said...

It is all about the pendulum swinging toward the middle. Does it really make any difference?

There are no choices.

whimsicalnbrainpan said...