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Radio giant Rush Limbaugh says the ongoing national dispute over Chick-fil-A‚Äôs stance for biblically based marriage is nothing short of an attack on Christianity as a whole.
‚ÄúNow Christianity has to be banned, and that‚Äôs where this is all headed,‚ÄĚ Limbaugh said this afternoon on his top-rated program. ‚ÄúAll this stuff at Chick-fil-A, the target is Christianity, not Chick-fil-A. The target is freedom of religion. [With] Obama and Obamacare, the target is always freedom. When we‚Äôre talking about liberals, the target is always freedom.‚ÄĚ
Chick-fil-A‚Äôs president, Dan Cathy, has come under heavy fire from homosexual activists since he said he supported the biblical definition that marriage is between one man and one woman....
Perhaps I was too hard on Rush Limbaugh Perhaps he usually had a show where he might discuss a topic for a couple of minutes, and then harangue the Democratic candidate for President? When Clinton was running for the first time, my family caught Rush's shows several times, but as a One-note-Samba, all he did was harangue Clinton. It's a good thing I quit listening to him, I would have felt so sorry for Clinton, I would have voted for him! He's the best secret weapon that the Democrats have.
I read the article, apparently Rush was giving support to the Democrats again, oh by the way, the government is bigger and would be just from the fact we have about 4 times the people than at end of the 19th century 76.2 million as compared to, 282 million at the beginning of the 21st century.
Strange day, I find myself supporting both Rick Warren and Rush Limbaugh...
Chauntecleer wrote: It's not about you.
After review of the hostility directed towards those in line to support Chik Fil A to buy a chicken sandwich, I must agree with Rush. It wasnt Cathy or even gay marriage, it was simple rage against God and his people on earth.
Ah, both Christ and the apostle Paul, drove out demons who declared who they were. They didn't need that type of testimony. One wonders if this could be done for Rush? Some people it doesn't pay to have as friends.