Thinking they are like the very angel of light, liberals have taken to forked-tongue talk of late. And though they drone in pleasant tones, the bile their words create are some of the fiercest deceptions ever spoken.
Biblically literate people understand that before Satan fell, he shared an exalted place in close communion with God. But through his pride and lust for power he foolishly attempted to think himself equal to God. He so deceived himself in the matter that ultimately he believed that he himself might be able to manipulate God. In my brand new book MuscleHead Revolution: Overturning Liberalism with Commonsense Thinking, I argue that these are the exact same tactics used by modern liberals.
Where they disagree with the Almighty - they simply dismiss Him.
As I first reported last week in this column, Ms. Magazine went on a national campaign this past Tuesday to get women who've had abortions to "come out" and talk about what a great thing it was. They asked some 6000 women to make public their act of butchering, stabbing, or washing in acid their innocent children - and worse yet - to call it good. Ms. Magazine also made it perfectly clear that they had no interest at all in hearing from the millions of women who now regret just such an experience.
Responding to some of the controversy surrounding this declaration of murder and the supposed liberation it brought to women's lives, Eleanor Smeal, the magazine's publisher was asked in an interview this week with Fox News' Bill O'Reilly, "Forty-five percent of the American people favor banning abortions in their states, except to save the life of the mother. Forty-five percent, that's a lot of people. Are those people, in your opinion, bad people?"
Her answer said it all, "I think we should get away from good and evil and talk about public policy."
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