#13, Tor, those organizations are all heretical as will determined by the grand evangelical council and will convert or burn just as soon as they get power and finish burning the gays, muslims, jews, the children of Ham that won't be obedient, the catholics, etc. IMHO, the evangelicals and conservative catholics are heretics that think that their actions can determine the start of the tribulation and the return of the king. You know, the god of the bible never struck me as being overly forgiving of heresy, but I could be wrong.
#23 The American people deserve the politicians we vote for, anyone who can't see by now that extremism in any cause is bad for a society is lost. That being said, name a society that benefited from placing even mild conservatives in power? We need a sane conservative party to keep the liberal party from excessive flights of fancy, but what we have now is no longer sane.
#29 And that is what makes them so dangerous. Old school Republicans think they are just bloviating for the back of the bus but they really believe their twaddle and will act on it if given a chance. Somehow, I don't think small government, minimal regulation conservatives will enjoy living in the theocracy they would create.
#30 In re: God's best buddy. I grew up in a town small in Southern Illinois that had an homegrown early version of the megachurch concept. I forget the formal name but we kids called them the jollyites since the preacher was one Tommy Jolly. That man controlled those people's lives. He set the hair and clothing styles for the men, women, and children. Rumor has it that he had to approve marriages and there were darker rumors about young girls in the congregation. It was the only religious group in my town more distrusted than the catholics.