My God — if you’ll pardon the pun — these nutcases are sounding more and more like the Taliban every day. Read about what the delightfully insane Alan Keyes had to say:
At the same time that he laid out his own case of biblical logic to indict gays as “hedonistic,” Keyes called the separation of church and state “silly,” saying that politicians must infuse their decisions with religious beliefs for the nation to remain intact.
“We must reject the notion of separation of church and state because that separation will mean the destruction of our nation,” the two-time Republican presidential candidate said. “As a people, we have the right to live according to the laws of God. It would not be as a theocracy, but He’s sovereign in our country because He’s sovereign in our hearts.”
How did produce a nation of absolute fundamentalist wackos, and how in the hell do we get rid of them? Perhaps another country will invade us — pre-emptively.