Weapons-grade moron Bryan Fischer has a message for people like me and all other secularists who want a strict separation of church and state. Anyone who opposes the public posting of the Ten Commandments, he says, is a traitor to the United States.
He quoted from George Washington’s farewell address, when he said that religion and morality are indispensable pillars for public happiness and said:
Washington’s point, Fischer insisted, was that only “sincerely devoted followers of Jesus Christ” can be considered to be patriots, while those who criticize or oppose Christianity or seek to curtail its influence upon society are nothing but “traitors.”
“I have no hesitation in saying that today,” Fischer said. “You want to find a traitor to your country, find somebody who is actively working to oppose Christianity and oppose the public acknowledgement of the Ten Commandments; you are looking, my friend, right there at an American traitor.”
Awww, Bryan…are you flirting with me? I’ve been called a traitor by a guy with the IQ of a burrito. So I got that going for me, which is nice.