Wednesday, May 7, 2014

John Kerry is on Quite a Roll Lately


First he compared Israel, our most strategic ally, to an apartheid state. Now he’s revealing what Leftists really think about religion and absolute truth in general:
“Some people believe that people ought to be able to only do what they say they ought to do, or to believe what they say they ought to believe, or live by their interpretation of something that was written down a thousand plus, two thousand years ago. That’s not the way I think most people want to live.” 
Ironically, Kerry is condemning himself with these words.

See, like many Leftists, Kerry will claim to be Catholic but that “he can’t impose his personal beliefs” on others in the public sphere. But then he will turn right around and bastardize and distort all kinds of Christian teaching to justify his belief in a welfare state, thus imposing his private religious beliefs upon public policy. That in and of itself is his own interpretation of his thousands of years old religion. By making the value statement that he gets to decide what and when to keep his private thoughts private or impose them on you (“ye be like God” anyone?), Kerry is guilty of the very reasoning he says he’s against.

"The double-minded man is unstable in all his ways."

I’ll give Kerry credit for one thing. Normally we don’t get to hear what Leftists really believe because they get away with just calling all of us names. But in this statement Kerry is letting you know that when you remove all the enlightened and empty rhetoric about tolerance, fairness, and justice, at its core theirs is a worldview first spoken into the world with forked tongue.


 Quote Source-Weekly Standard