March 10 issue â Whenever a president speaks openly of his religious faith, citizens want to know how that faith affects his political priorities. And so we look for clues. But the lines between religious convictions and public policy are seldom clear, even in retrospect.
Consider: For the past 10 years the worldâs most powerful nation has been led by white, Southern, churchgoing evangelical ProtestantsâBill Clinton and George W. Bush. Each opted to attend the church of his wifeâs choice. And in both cases that choice was Methodist. But in religionâas in politicsâthe two presidents could not be less alike. For Clinton, hymn-singing and Gospel preaching are performance arts, and Sunday in the White House wasnât Sunday without a stroll down the street, Bible in hand, for an hour of gregarious fellowship. In this Clinton remainedâand remainsâBaptist to the core. Bushâs religion is cut from a more...
It doesn't surprize me Anon. Everyone knows that Bush is part of a Jesuit plan, thought up by the Pope and Darth Vader to "white-out" all of the punctuation from every KJV Bible in Canada and the U.S. Why I'll bet there's one o'them suckers hiding under your bed right now! But, don't look! He might hit you with his "Green Lantern" de-coder ring. Ciao!
So, Bush has had some Catholic training...does this surprise anyone? He speaks in such broad "Christian" terms that it can appease anyone. I pray for his sake his motives for referencing his faith so much is genuine and not politically driven.
And bit about Clinton at the beginning.... That was a good one!!! Clinton -- a Baptist to the core!?!?! Ha, ha, ha! I'm gonna die from laughing so hard!!! He's about as Baptist as the Tooth Fairy!!!