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CPAC Unwise to Snub Christie, Gays

ocarol500 Wrote: Mar 04, 2013 7:53 AM
Well put. The idea I expressed above of 'close communion' fits here, I believe. There is a line in one of the old "end times" movies shown in the 1980's that describes the Conservative condition: For fear of persecution, Christians are careful who they invite to their clandestine worship services. An infiltrator convinces a girl that she is truly a Christian but later reports the group to the Authorities. The girl who befriended the infiltrator walks by on her way to be killed, turns and says "but you are a Christian, one of us, how could you turn us in to be killed." The infiltrator responds very calmly "Anyone can SAY they're a Christian." With the sound of the guillotine in the background, that statement hangs in the air.

What can you do with a man like Chris Christie?

The answer, according to many with the conservative movement: Throw him overboard. And while we're at it, let's toss the gays over the side too.

The popular governor of New Jersey has certainly angered many conservatives, including this humble scribe. During the crucial final days of the presidential election, Christie didn't merely embrace President Obama, he all but endorsed him.

Then, during the congressional fight over the disaster-relief bill for victims of superstorm Sandy -- a bill with more pork in it than a Jimmy Dean factory -- Christie denounced Republicans...