Fake Christian Broadcasting Network “journalist” David Brody loves him some Sarah Palin. He did an interview with her and prefaced it by telling his listeners that she’s got “principle and determination” (to do what? Quit her job mid-term?) and, oh yeah, she’s really smart too.
Folks need to cut Sarah Palin some slack. She’s got more principle and determination in one finger than hordes of liberals combined. Oh, and this Mamma Grizzly is smarter than the average bear. She’s ridiculed because she doesn’t play the mainstream media’s game and didn’t go to Harvard or Yale.
Well yes, she may be smarter than the average bear. The problem is, she’s a human being, not a bear. And by human standards, she is staggeringly stupid.
David Brody: “Look, you don’t pull any punches, what a shock. In this book, when it comes to Jesus, you talk about him, you talk about God, Jesus, right there and you talk about how that name that if it wasn’t called Christmas, if it wasn’t about Jesus, then it may be a whole different story, but that name seems to offend and I’m curious about your views on that.”Sarah Palin: “That’s a great point that you’re bringing up because that’s exactly the point. People who would be offended that we celebrate the Prince of Peace because it is called Christmas, it’s because the name Christ is in the title that they would be offended. So that tells you this war on Christmas is really the tip of the spear when it comes to a greater battle that’s brewing and that battle that’s brewing is those who would want to take God out of our society, out of our culture which will lead to ruin as history has proven. Any country, any government society that has kicked God out of the public square completely, it leads to ruin. Why would we go down that path when we know what would happen?”
I rest my case. Every country of Europe is far more secular than the United States. So is Canada. Is Sweden in “ruin”? Japan is almost entirely devoid of Christianity. Is it in “ruin”? This is just an idiotic cliche repeated by the Christian right over and over again, without the faintest relationship with reality.