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John F. Kennedy Liberal Democrat
Source: U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy in 1960

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Patrick J. Buchanan: Judge Roy Moore & God's Law

Source: Patrick J. Buchanan-
Source: Patrick J. Buchanan: Judge Roy Moore & God’s Law

As much as so-called Conservatives like to claim that they believe in the rule of law, this is where the term so-called comes in when talking about some people who call themselves Conservatives. Former Judge Roy Moore now U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore from Alabama, has said that he doesn't believe he has to follow laws that violate what he calls God's Law. To put it simply, if a law is passed or has been on the books for years that violates his fundamentalist religious beliefs like same-sex marriage, the right to privacy which even covers pornography and homosexuality, that Judge Moore believes he has the right under his religious beliefs to violate those laws.

Judge Moore is not a strict-constructionist when it comes to the U.S. Constitution or a Constitutional Conservative. He's Christian-Theocrat who believes separation of church and state violates the U.S. Constitution, even though its in the Constitution. Which is like one of these radical New-Left ANTIFA Neo-Communist activists saying that Americans don't have a right to free speech, even though we have this little annoying document that annoys the hell out of the Far-Left and Far-Right that guarantees our free speech rights in America.

No one on the far Christian-Right in America and far Christian-Right is about as Far-Right as you can get in America, Christian-Right is pretty far, but no one on the far Christian-Right who are Christian-Theocrats like Roy More, should ever complain about Middle Eastern and Muslim theocracy. Because Christian-Theocrats the Roy Moore's, Pat Robertson's of the world, believe in theocracy as well. Just replace fundamentalist Islam with fundamentalist Christianity. Replace Arabs and other Middle Easterners, with English-Protestant Americans.

Roy Moore believes homosexuality should be illegal because it violates his religious beliefs. The Far-Left believes that criticism of Islam should be illegal because it offends some Muslims. Or even hate speech from Neo-Nazis who express their hate towards African-Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities, should be illegal because it offends those groups as well as most good Americans.

The problem that these fringes have again is that little annoying document called the U.S. Constitution that big governmentalist's on the Christian-Right and radical Socialist-Left, actually most if not all Socialists in America are radical at least in America, but you get the idea, seem to hate.

The Christian-Right doesn't use the U.S. Constitution as their guiding document and principles. What they do is take advantage of those rights and principles to advance their political agendas. Their interpretation of the Bible is what guides their politics. The Socialist-Left doesn't believe laws and rights that were given to us over two-hundred years ago should apply to us today. Like the First Amendment, 2nd Amendment, federalism which is part of the 10th Amendment, and that the will of the people at the time should be what guides and govern us. And not a Constitution with all of these amendments that are almost impossible to overturn.

The problem that the Christian-Right has in America and I'm talking about their radicals since a lot of religious fundamentalist have radical religious views, but don't necessarily believe their religious and cultural values should be forced on the rest of the country or want to see America become a religious theocracy, but the Roy Moore Christian-Theocratic wing of this movement's problem is that they don't live in a Christian-Theocracy or any other type of theocracy. They live in a constitutional federal republic in the form of a liberal democracy.

And just because the Christian-Right believe some laws and rights, and protections,  are immoral like the right to privacy and free speech that they find offensive like homosexuality and certain forms of entertainment, or athletes protesting during the national anthem, doesn't mean they have the right to violate laws just because they believe those laws, rights, and protections violate their interpretation of God's Law. We have rule of law in America and if you don't like one law or certain laws, you have the constitutional right to peacefully protest those laws and work to overturn them. As well as the obligation to obey those laws as long as there're on the books. Which is apparently is something that Roy Moore either didn't learn in law school, or ignored.
Source: Michael Jaqques

Michael Jaqques: CNN New Day- Chris Cuomo Interviewing Roy Moore: Rights Come From God As a Matter of Organic Law