Congresswoman Bachmann: “We Would Do Well To Humble Ourselves Before God!”

April 22, 2009 at 6:48 pm 2 comments

Obama has said America is not a Christian nation. And it isn’t. Being a predominately Christian nation is different from being a Christian nation, as this blogger points out.

Here Congresswoman Bachmann says that like Lincoln and Washington supported God, so should we. And we should include it in our government.

There is no place for religion in the government. Yes, there is the freedom of (or from) religion. But bringing that into the government, like having a national day of prayer is a bad idea. Some people think the day is a great idea, but the religious people already pray. So why would we have everyone invited to take place in a day of prayer which is endorsed by the government. Separation of the church from government would allow people to vote by their morals, but disallow them from forcing their beliefs on others and making it harder for them to do as they please.

One plus about Bachmann is that she is a cosponsor of HR 1207, a bill to audit the federal reserve.

But do we want America to move towards God or freedom?


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  • 1. Lee  |  April 22, 2009 at 7:35 pm

    Well, tell the truth. It is a Christian nation. We were founded on Christian principles and christian tolerance and love enabled Catholics and Protestants to live together in peace. The coutry was founded on Christian principles. If you build the house that is different than moving in and renting a space. The walls of this great country are Christian and because we are Christian we accept with respect and tolerance other faiths, allowing them the freedom to worship. That is what a Christian nation is. Don’t rewrite history or lie about. Obama regurgitated what he had been told and did this without research or independent, sadly, thought. We have no ‘State Church’ or Head of the Church of America which is what England had after the break with Rome. This is what our founders made sure we didn’t have in saying that we will not establish a ‘state’ church. We built the house. People came because of the respect our faith alloted religions. It is not an aethist country as some would suggest, inhabited by many faiths that all contributed equally to its foundation. That would be dishonest to promote that view.

    It isn’t a Christian nation. If it were, more Christianity would be allowed into public schools. And according to the Christian religion, you have to believe in Jesus to be saved. And you are right, it isn’t an atheist country. There are people of all faiths. There is no state religion.

  • 2. kcebnelg  |  April 22, 2009 at 10:12 pm

    It’s too late. America has already turned it’s back on God. So I guess the collective “we” has decided that submitting to God isn’t as “interesting” as submission to self.

    It isn’t so much submission to self or God, or anything at all. It is about freedom. I quote P.J. O’Rourke: “There is only one basic human right, the right to do as you damn well please. And with it comes the only basic human duty, the duty to take the consequences.” God doesn’t choose the direction of the nation, the politicians that the people elect do.


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