GOP Wave Means The Theocracy Is Coming Or Something

This may not be the dumbest thing I’ve read about the GOP Midterms win,  but it ranks high up there, and gives me serious pause about the people who are allowed to walk around and get drivers licenses. This is a letter to the Raleigh N&O,  and makes one wonder exactly why they would choose this one of all they get. Highlighting moonbattery from their side? Or do they feel the same? Anyhow, Theocracy is on our doorstep, y’all!

Regarding the Nov. 5 news article “ Tillis edges Hagan”: Oh, goodie. One step closer to theocracy, to a government that forces us all to live according to the professed religious beliefs of the party in power, because if we live according to our own, that apparently violates their religious freedom. Check the history books (or look around the world) to see how well that usually works out.

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2 Responses to “GOP Wave Means The Theocracy Is Coming Or Something”

  1. david7134 says:

    What they don’t realize is that the progressive agenda is what is dictating to the electorate. Some on the conservative side have taken up the progressive agenda to push a moral agenda. But the main issue started in the early 1900’s with Wilson and has kept on rolling. Our lack of freedom in getting medications when we want them, progressive agenda. Our Federal system was not supposed to have this type of authority. It came about with the election of Lincoln and was probably the real reason for the Civil War.

  2. gitarcarver says:

    It came about with the election of Lincoln and was probably the real reason for the Civil War.

    Yeah, that pesky keeping the union together and the slavery issue had nothing to do with the Civil War at all.

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