That there is no boundary between the Christian religion and our national government is an ongoing theme among a significant number of people in the U. S.Â The same folks who seem to frown on Muslim governments smile at the prospect of a Christian one.
A couple of day ago Roy Moore formed the requisite “exploratory committee” in preparation to runÂ for President of the United States.Â During his interview with ChristianPost.com he did not discuss the high unemployment rate, the wars in Iraq and Afhganistan, the national debt or our crumbling roads.Â HeÂ could not be bothered.Â His mind was onÂ bigger things.
“Forgetting in include God is the problem,” the former Judge said.Â If he is elected, he said, he would fight to overturn Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell andÂ would defend the Defense of Marriage Act that President Obama’s Justice DepartmentÂ has determinedÂ to beÂ unconstitutional.Â This is no surprise because as a State Supreme Court Judge in Alabama, he want to considerable effort to install a Ten Commandments display in the Court building.Â
What’s fun to comtemplate about a President Roy Moore is who he would appoint to the Cabinet and White HouseÂ positions.Â Would he appoint economists to the Council of Economic Advisors, or, would he simply appoint Southern Baptist preachers and change its name to the Council on Tithing?
That aÂ Â President MooreÂ would be bad for our country needs to be explained over and over again.