Do #MoralMonday Democrats want religion in government – or not?

Posted by: ST on June 16, 2014 at 5:21 pm

Moral Monday, led by NC’s version of the Rev. Al Sharpton – NC NAACP President Bill Barber – has cranked back up again and it looks like they’re still trying to confuse the heck out of everyone with mixed signals when it comes to whether or not they want religion to play a role in government policy.

Democrats statewide and nationally are famous (in some circles “infamous”) for suggesting that religion (right along with “morality”) should play “no role whatsoever” when it comes to determining public policy, yet seem to have little problem whatsoever with taking up the “religion in government” mantle when it suits their purposes. This is the Moral Monday movement during last year’s “summer of discontent” here in NC:

Moral Monday

At left, a Moral Monday protester. At right, Moral Monday ”spiritual leader” William Barber. Um, huh? (Photo via Don Carrington/Carolina Journal)

Aaaaaaand today:


Another:


Using spiritualism to promote socialism and “social justice” – it’s what they do best. But don’t expect them to answer any questions about how their “faith-based agenda” that includes robbing Peter to pay Paul and looking the other way when an innocent unborn child is aborted not only is actually at odds with Biblical scripture but is also at odds with their stated goal of “keeping God out of government.” That would require actual thought on their part and we certainly wouldn’t want them have to do too much critical thinking – thinking that would cast doubt on their entire movement, now would we? o=>

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  1. Drew the Infidel says:

    “Leave the presence of a fool, for there you do not meet words of knowledge.”–Proverbs 14:7

  2. Carlos says:

    It is impossible to be a socialist (since that involves planned theft of soul, spirit and resources) and a Christian at the same time.

    So, Mr. Barber, are you a socialist, or are you a Christian? If you are a Christian, when’s the last time you called for the blatant theft and corruption by the government to be sought out and exposed? When’s the last time you gave more than lip service to helping widows and orphans? And when’s the last time you gave an offering, which is Christian giving over and above one’s tithe? And finally, sir, how much of your church’s finances go to rile the people up instead of feeding the poor?

    Enquiring minds want to know.