Response to Rush Responses
- Thanks for your thoughts on who you feel Rush is
and how well he represents Christianity. In
contemporary terms, it is clear he holds a general
conservative outlook on issues. He does so from more a
political frame of reference than a religious base. He may
well recognize that putting forth a religious based
show may narrow his audience. And the Left would
quickly contend his show promotes religion and does not
belong over "public" airwaves. <br> Ed pointed out that
Rush's brother is an outspoken Christian and writer.
This must influence Rush significantly.<br> It should
be noted that it is difficult for Christians to
express their views over commercial airwaves. The Left
has stacked the deck against those who seek to
express religious views in the secular media. They have
convinced our politicians, media moguls, and most citizens
that expressions of religion and morality have no
place for airing, save for in church and at home.<br>
Also, they have inoculated the same to believe that
religious based views are biased, whereas secular held
positions are neutral, thus can be trusted...because they
are not tied to a particular religion. In other
words, psychiatrists can be trusted more than clergy.
<br> Hollywood actors and actresses can be even be
trusted over clergy. And it is evident that Hollywood now
controls our culture and communities, replacing our
churches.<br> So, Rush had an uphill battle to fight when
starting his program. I, frankly, admire the work of Dr.
Laura more, as she vigorusly promotes Judeo-Christian
views in the secular media. And, not surprisingly, she
has been a target of the irreverent left,
particularly homosexuals, for daring to speak the truth. In
- --- In email@example.com, slapsillyslim wrote:
> Yes!!!! No More Gore<br><br> I thought that I hadSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
> about seen everything out<br>of this Clinton-Gore crowd
> but then there's "Gore 2<br>Kicking and
> Screaming".<br><br> Let us pray that something will be done
> about<br>ru486 befor it goes over the counter. It is a human
> pestacide.<br> I wish Mr. Bush the very best as he starts
> us<br>out in this new millinium.<br> <br> 2 Tim 2:4<br>
> <br> Slim
Mr. Bush did his best to help the right with his signature on the bill
to ban the hienous practice of partial birth abortion. He did his best
with trying to have marriage protected as a holy sacrament. He did his
best with trying to appoint pro-life judges. He is doing his best with
trying to rid the world of radical Islamic terrorists.
He dared to draw a line in the sand and say " No more."
Traitor kerry wants to fill in the line drawn by President Bush and to
kow-tow to a un filled with thugs. The reason that Sad-dum could and
did repeatedly thumb his nose at the un and 1441 was that he had them
paid off. He used kick-backs from the Oil-for-food deal to have his
way in spite of our best efforts to the contrary. Hell would have fro-
zen over a foot thick before we would have gotten any help from them.
Just as prayer worked to get ru-486 off the counter I pray now that we
get the heck out of the un and get the un the heck out of the US.
Four more years,