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When Should Republicans Force the Big Fight on Spending?

CHU_MI Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 1:30 PM
American Christian have perfected the gospel enterprise. We have learned how to make everything “Christian” and then market it. Someone once said, “What began as a movement in Jerusalem became a philosophy in Greece, a monument in Rome, a culture in Europe, and an enterprise in America.” American Christian have been plagued with scandals among our leaders. Hardly a month (or week?) goes by without news of the moral failure of another one of our leaders. American Christian preach a carnal prosperity message. This is not the Protestant work ethic of old; it is the message of, “Jesus died on the cross to make me financially rich.”
eddie again Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 1:51 PM
it is quite stupid or disingenuous to lump all american christians in to the same boat.

chu_mi probably does not realize how stupid his/her writing makes him/her appear.

american christians are not monolithic despite chu-mi's ignorant writing.

stupid, ignorant or disingenuous, which best describes chi-mu's comment and why?

The simplistic, if understandable, answer to that question for many conservatives is right now.  The national debt has surpassed our GDP, we're borrowing 40 cents of every dollar we spend, and our unpaid-for federal obligations already exceed $80 trillion.  We're in dire straits; there's no escaping that.  But there's also no escaping certain political realities: The public isn't feeling especially charitable toward Congressional Republicans these days, Democrats control 55 Senate seats, and this president will occupy the Oval Office for the next four years.  If the GOP is seeking to apply pressure on the Left to improve our...