August 24, 2006

Let's not forget this wingnut

You remember her--the one who may have decided the 2000 election for Bush and then ran for the house on that street cred? Well, she might as well join D James Kennedy's church because she is parotting the entire right wing evangelical line here:
"In a lengthy interview with Florida Baptist Witness, struggling U.S. Senate candidate Katherine Harris asserts, among other things, that the separation of church and state is a fallacy.

'We have to have the faithful in government and over time,' the Witness quotes Harris as saying, 'that lie we have been told, the separation of church and state, people have internalized, thinking that they needed to avoid politics and that is so wrong because God is the one who chooses our rulers.'"

I really think she should be held accountable for that. Because blaming God for Bush, or Cheney, or Frist or Hastert has to be blasphemy. It just does.

That woman ain't right....


Wasp Jerky said...

because God is the one who chooses our rulers

Scary scary scary, especially given her role in forcing God's hand to choose our current ruler. Reminds me so much of Pedro the Lion's Winners Never Quit album.

Streak said...

The only thing that makes her less scary is that even Republicans think she is nuts.