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Author Topic:   The Founding Myth: Why Christian Nationalism Is Un-American
Taq
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10-29-2019 7:00 PM
Reply to: Message 3 by RAZD
10-29-2019 5:50 PM


RAZD writes:

When they try to impose religious based laws over people of different beliefs it is unconstitutional and when they claim authority from belief over that of the constitution it is un-American.

Some of the sweetest tasting irony is christians who push Sharia law conspiracy theories. They pee themselves at the thought of being under Muslim law, but can't seem to understand why imposing their own beliefs on others is such a problem. [I see Hyro and I share the same sense of humor]

RAZD writes:

When they try to impose religious based laws over people of different beliefs it is unconstitutional and when they claim authority from belief over that of the constitution it is un-American.

There's a Youtube channel called "Knowing Better" that is well worth checking out. A recent video covered the Sovereign movement, which is more or less the fringe of the Ron Paul movement (uber-fringey). One subset of the movement claims that they aren't subject to US law because the government is not God. Absolutely amazing.

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