Evangelicals more likely to torture

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Evangelicals more likely to torture

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Evangelicals more likely to torture
http://www.cnn.com/2009/US/04/30/religi ... ?JesusWept
“The more often Americans go to church, the more likely they are to support the torture of suspected terrorists, according to a new survey.”

The mormons are up to their necks in this: LDS lawyers, psychologists had a hand in torture policies http://www.sltrib.com/ci_12256286?source=most_viewed
“Although the decisions which put us in the grim business of torture, body-snatching, extraordinary renditions, making people disappear, indefinite confinement without charges and warrantless wiretapping were made by the president and vice president, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints served as helpful enablers. Not only did they provide the legal architecture, they provided the "scientific" patina for the plunge into the barbaric business of torture.”

And Bush administration, good christians all-------------
http://www.democraticunderground.com/ar ... _wwjt.html
”His Justice Department says that torture stops just short of organ failure. What "stress positions" would Jesus advocate? Would he "water board" detainees until they thought they were about to drown? Would he specifically approve the use of dogs to intimidate prisoners as Rumsfeld did? Would he sexually humiliate them, leading them naked on a leash? Would he force them to masturbate and simulate sexual acts with one another as he video taped the proceedings? Ashcroft's god is not one most Christians would recognize from the Bible.
Bush has called our war in the Middle East a crusade. General Boykin, who believes God placed Bush in the White House, not the Supreme Court, says this his God is the real God, not the one worshipped by Muslims. His God helped him kill the infidels. Who would Jesus crusade against?
It certainly is remarkable that such an insipid, callow, little man like George W. Bush, who has slaughtered thousands of innocent civilians as surely as if he pulled the trigger himself, can be described as deeply religious by one of America's most mainstream magazines with no sense of irony. American lemmings are now so brain washed that they believe this war criminal is a man of God. It would seem that the God he worships is really the Viking god of war, Thor, with his thunder of ongoing, preemptive "Shock and Awe" extending as far as the eye can see into our future.
Heaven save us from these Christians.”
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The best torture that any evangelicals have is been forced to sit and listening to one of their sermons.
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Post by grammafreddy »

katts wrote:Oh- I do like to stir!

Excellent spoon-work. Keep stirring. This post gets a 10/10 rating from me.
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