Have you seen the strong statement from the White House, condemning the Supreme Court's decision in the Texas sodomy case?
Neither have I.
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Posted by: John J Plick -
Jun. 27, 2003 9:23 PM ET USA
Like Pope, like President, eh Verax???
Posted by: -
Jun. 27, 2003 7:18 AM ET USA
The White House? What *Bishop* has condemned this ruling? Of course, for such a statement to be significant, the individual has to have some credibility. Which George Bush has and the Bishops do not.
Posted by: Phil -
Jun. 26, 2003 7:14 PM ET USA
The trouble, Verax, is that the White House knows so many Christians think that way. So the GOP can make overtures to the gay-rights lobby, confident that Christian voters have no alternative. If we always accept second-best from the Republicans, because the Democrats are worse-- that's a strategy for failure. Ronald Reagan told conservatives: "I need pressure from the Right." Otherwise the chorus from the Left is unopposed, and policy moves in that direction.
Posted by: -
Jun. 26, 2003 4:31 PM ET USA
Any attack on our wonderful President, direct or indirect, will only help to make Clintonism the state religion by Supreme Court established. I think we should not expect our Pres. to be perfect, but should be very grateful that he remains as good a Christian as he is ! Aren't you glad we don't have another "Chretien" ?