What Grinds My Gears: Rick Perry

admin | August 8, 2011 in Randomly | Comments (0)

Texas Governor Rick Perry is cancer.  He is an evangelical politician who thought it was a good idea to have a prayer for the country.  If having a prayer for the country, hosted by a politician, wasn’t already unbelievable, it was only for Christians.  Why would we ever want someone in office who would exclude religious groups from one of his rallies?  We should never even think to elect someone who would reject religious groups.

I just don’t understand how religion is becoming so important in our politics.  Our line between church and state is being erased everyday.  We need to have the separation.

This Rick Perry guy needs to stop everything he is doing before he gains a mass amount of blind followers who are only going to vote for him just because he is a Christian.  Remember how people were mad because they thought a lot of people only voted for Obama because he is black?  Think about how many people will vote for this cancer just because he is so involved with Christianity.

Politicians are allowed to have their religions, but they should keep that aspect of their life separate from their political life.

And how in the hell would praying for the country help things?  If there is a god, you think he would have stepped in by now?  And how would he even help?  The only thing he could do at this point is smite every single congressman and woman because as we all know by now, they are all useless.

But what if the economy does turn around, will people thank a god, or the people who actually fixed it.

I do not mean to offend anyone with this post, but I just really believe in a separation of church and state.


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