Howard Dean spoke at a religious conference
in Washington D.C. yesterday. The news report does not state what
religious conference it was, exactly, but the DNC chair made some
“We’re about the enter the 60s again,” an “age of enlightenment led by
religious figures who want to greet Americans with a moral, uplifting
Yeah. Religious morals are the first thing I think of
when I think of the 60s, too.
stating that America “is about as divided as it has been probably since
the Civil War,” Dean declared that “we need to come together around
moral principles, and I’m talking about moral principles like making
sure no child goes to bed hungry at night.”
Just so everyone knows he is not talking about moral principles like
not murdering unborn children or not protecting the sanctity of
marriage between one man and one woman for life.
do think that empowering people to help themselves is what we should be
doing in the 21st century,” he added, stating that the Democratic Party
now emphasizes the value of work.
Don’t let the welfare recipients who vote Democrat hear you say that, Howard.
But the strangest thing he said has to be:
came in the wrong door when I first got here,” Dean said. “I came in
the back, and everybody was talking about praising the Lord, and I
thought, ‘I am home. Finally, a group of people who want to praise the
Lord and help their fellow man just like Jesus did and just like Jesus
taught.’ Thank you so much for doing that for me.”
He sounds strangely like one of the pagans from Constantine’s day, trying to figure out a way to save himself from the “face
Him who is seated on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb.” “Hey,
I’m one of you … really, I am! I praise the Lord all the time! You
folks are my homies!” He must not have a very high opinion of Christians if he thinks we are dumb enough to believe that.