Sunday, September 16, 2007

Why i won't vote for hillary clinton- and why you shouldn't either

i am rabidly anti-religion of any stripe. I have pissed off any number of folks with my stance because what i generally feel for folks who buy into religion is- contempt. There is no place for religion anywhere- period. You can make a case for spirituality for sure and just because i am anti-religion doesn't mean that i am saying that secular folks have all of the answers. I am simply saying that religions are manmade and made to control folks.

Having said that- here is why i won't vote for clinton- she is a republican. Just because she is a registered democrat doesn't mean that she thinks like a liberal. She very much holds the same thinking processes and beliefs as the right side. If you need any proof, read this article from mother jones- and make the decision for yourself. How liberal can you be when your 'prayer partners' include but are not limited to:

rick santorum, sam brownback, susan baker, joanne kemp, john ashcroft, edwin meese, james inhofe, oh- and lieberman.

"Clinton's prayer group was part of the Fellowship (or "the Family"), a network of sex-segregated cells of political, business, and military leaders dedicated to "spiritual war" on behalf of Christ, many of them recruited at the Fellowship's only public event, the annual National Prayer Breakfast. (Aside from the breakfast, the group has "made a fetish of being invisible," former Republican Senator William Armstrong has said.) The Fellowship believes that the elite win power by the will of God, who uses them for his purposes. Its mission is to help the powerful understand their role in God's plan....

The Fellowship's long-term goal is "a leadership led by God—leaders of all levels of society who direct projects as they are led by the spirit." According to the Fellowship's archives, the spirit has in the past led its members in Congress to increase U.S. support for the Duvalier regime in Haiti and the Park dictatorship in South Korea. The Fellowship's God-led men have also included General Suharto of Indonesia; Honduran general and death squad organizer Gustavo Alvarez Martinez; a Deutsche Bank official disgraced by financial ties to Hitler; and dictator Siad Barre of Somalia, plus a list of other generals and dictators."

6 comments:

Larry said...

I wasn't voting for Hillary before I read the post, and the group she is hooked up with, obviously like Bush and Falwell use their supposed beliefs, which are unlike most of the world to justify war.

thepoetryman said...

Hillary will hook up with anyone to keep the dynasty of Bush and Clinton going... I for one aside from Kucinich, am convinced they all belong to a club, a cult, of indescribable horror for we the people...even while they tear each other a new one during the run up to the election they still belong to the short-list club of corporate empire. The two party system is a sham. It's one party and we're not invited. Seems like as good a time as any to crash it weilding copies of the constitution.

Brother Tim said...

Clinton is a lying sycophant. I wouldn't believe her if she said the the sun was shining at high noon.

The Future Was Yesterday said...

Hillary is just plain trouble x's 10. She's a guaranteed 110% voting draw for the right; should the goofy broad actually win....we STILL have Jesus Freaks in the white house.

Undeniable Liberal said...

I totally agree with you. She is nothing but what republicans used to be before they went psyco.
And she is all bought and paid for.

Chuck said...

Yeah. While I'm convinced that we could never have anything worse than that sociopath that stole the last two elections, I'm really concerned about the next presidency. I absolutely will not, under any circumstances, vote for Hillary or any Republican ever. So that pretty much puts my vote in the toilet if Hillary is the Democrat's nominee.

Religion, of any kind, from Christianity to Satanism and everything in between is a weakness & a controlling tool for the masses - my opinion.