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Rand Paul: American taxpayers funding war on Christianity

14.06.2013 19:37

American taxpayers are funding a war against Christianity, Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) said Thursday during an address made at a popular Washington, DC conservative conference.

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Anthony Davis 11.04.2014 15:36

I find it very interesting how Rand Paul cleverly seasons the red meat he is throws to Evangelical, right-wing conservatives with libertarian principles in a way that they’ll gobble up voraciously. This is a talent Ron Paul never had, and it’s working quite well. Rand distracts them from the ephemeral “war on Christianity” on home to the very actual and violent war on Christianity overseas, then skillfully ties that to libertarian principles about non-interventionism and refraining from giving foreign aid. In doing so, he is changing the character and ultimately the platform of the Republican Party. Brilliant.


Xenia Lynn Teresa Williams 10.04.2014 22:37

I know this is a year too late however it seems to me that Egypt turned against the United States because the United States was backing Mursi's bid to joined the jihadists in Syria, which was not supported by Abdel Sisi. The military wouldn't back his participating in rallies in support of over-throwing the Assad regime in Syria. Sisi said: The military only defends Egyptian interests. U.S. was not happy, and the people of Egypt were not impressed with the U.S. backing of the Muslim Brotherhood. They understood what was going on, and that is part of why the overthrew him. It's so strange how it gets garbled.


Freesaxon 10.04.2014 21:03

yes seems about right


Tobeimean Peter 12.11.2013 15:30

Now that we've reached the point of using tax money to fund anti-Christian countries, why not go a step further and tax the churches?


Brad Mead 01.10.2013 15:51

Funding war on fables? good, the church should be outlawed.


IndigoVagrant 14.08.2013 03:42

American taxpayer's are funding Christianity's war on America and the World.

Anonymous user 10.07.2013 00:27

this is the stupid people that rule the world

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 22:39

in israel if you give a blible to a jew you get 5 years in jail

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 22:16

Rand, Israel's on top of the anti-Christian list. Go read the Talmud.

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 18:40

Americans has a system wich is a trap and outsiders can destroy them it's time to change it

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 18:37

that's the plan to destroy America. Wake up. guess who want to do it

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 15:38

Why would anyone want to be President, cause it sure aint to help the less fortunate, got be the $$$

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 15:33

So JC, I agree. I guess we can thank our politicans for bailing out the Chamber and Banks with our $


John Clark 17.06.2013 15:24

The real reason our tax dollars are used by the corporations as bribe money in order to let them operate in their country so they do not have to send the jobs back home to America, this process operates in the shadows without the American understanding the true corruption between our politicians and corporate elite, thus we end up with what Mr. Paul has described

Anonymous user 17.06.2013 15:05

Worse! Money is used as bribes so the corporations that have outsourced american jobs can operate.

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