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Not only is Paul Ryan trying to kill your grandma, but he also hates God ― or something.
I know that's true because the well-paid Soros stooges at Think Progress say it's so.
Somehow, the Soros stooges at Think Progress managed to track down some Soros stooges at Faith in Public Life (a hard-left strategy center for the "faith community"):
Four members affiliated with the religious group Faith In Public Life held a brief press conference during FFC’s afternoon intermission to denounce the GOP’s adherence to the philosophies of anti-government, anti-religion author Ayn Rand. The leaders — Rev. Jennifer Butler, Jim Wallis, Rev. Derrick Harkins, and Father Clete Kiley — asserted that the GOP efforts to cut funding from many anti-poverty programs while balancing the budget on the backs of the poorest Americans were not in line with Christian values
Inevitable conclusion: Paul Ryan and the rest of the Republican Party are anti-Christian, anti-God, pro-anarchy, pro-poverty, Satan-loving baby eaters. And they still want to kill your grandma. (Have you checked on her today?)
I wonder if the pocket-picking progressives at Think Progress and Faith in Public Life have ever picked up a Bible. Their good buddies from Faithful America mockingly offered Paul Ryan a copy, but have they read the Bible for themselves? How about this part:
"Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver."
Or this one:
"A good person leaves an inheritance for their children’s children, but a sinner’s wealth is stored up for the righteous."
"For even when we were with you, this we commanded you, that if any would not work, neither should he eat."
Are these Biblical principles compatible with the foundations of the Obama agenda?
Very few things are as irritating as Marxists and other left-wingers who try to use government to force their weird quasi-religious ideas on the rest of us. Aren't they supposed to be chasing Christians and Christian values out of the public square?
Head over to LCR for details on the relationship between these "religious leaders," and the hard left.
And don't miss this: Fr. Robert A. Sirico destroys the argument that Christians should genuflect to the welfare state.
Hat tip: Memeorandum