This about McCain and religious bigot Hagee on the "Under God" blog on the Washington Post website.
Note the first few commenters (probably more) take her to task for this nonsense:
Where things get uncomfortable is when Hagee is grinning on stage next to McCain, who could lead this diverse country and directly affect the lives of said Catholics, gays and Muslims. Obama faced this same question of a divisive friendship last week when he said he would reject the endorsement of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.From the comments:
Now, why is it appropriate to constantly demand Obama renounce, denounce and otherwise disassociate himself from someone to whom there is no relationship, yet the press seem incredibly uninterested in McCain's apparently warm, friendly relationship with a religious bigot of the worst order?I'm also amused that this woman named her blog after a line that was added to the Pledge of Allegiance in 1954, with Eisenhower's rationale apparently being: These words [“under God”] will remind Americans that despite our great physical strength we must remain humble. They will help us to keep constantly in our minds and hearts the spiritual and moral principles which alone give dignity to man, and upon which our way of life is founded.
Hmmm. And here I thought the words were to remind "our enemies" and the "turr'sts" that God is on OUR side. I'm so confused.