Make Believe Faith
Apparently the Democrats are pulling out all the stops in order to appear to look like America. From Hillary's bogus lean toward the center to Kerry's making his short stint in Vietnam the cornerstone of his failed campaign they don't understand why we see right through them.
Their latest propaganda campaign involves religion, an area which typically favors conservatives and Republicans (with good reason!) Democrat Jack Scott, a California state senator said, "I don't think God is either a Democrat or a Republican. The moral values that I really care deeply about is justice for the poor and peacemaking and so that's the reason that I wouldn't call the Republican Party the party of religion."
Democrats have started their scheming to get the religious right on the left by holding a meeting of "Democratic religious leaders" in July with the goal of bringing back the religious left. (I guess that means more zealous pro-abortion nuts?) A page was also added to the party's website to appeal to religious voters.
Of course the Democrats claim this isn't a new found spirituality but that godly principles have always been quite obvious as a part of their platform. (I wonder if they mean the principle of abortion on demand as birth control , or the principle of complete acceptance and rights for deviant lifestyles?)
Of course, anyone who's watched politics at all will see this for what it is. A blatant and clueless attempt by the foundering and dying party to try and fool some of the more gullible in our country into actually thinking they have values compatible with the majority of Americans. Why? Fox News has the answer: "Conservatives have traditionally embraced religious issues, often giving Republicans the image of being the more "pro-God" party. ... In the 2004 election, many voters cited "morals" along with candidate stances on issues like gay marriage and abortion as key to their election picks. These so-called "values voters" overwhelmingly backed President Bush... "