the enemy of my enemy


this does not surprise me in the least. years of studies show that the many people in the US who identify themselves as born again christians, and the smaller but still significant portion who identify as evangelical are actually less likely to exhibit many of the behaviors they consider moral or christ-like than their lapsed christian, or worse, secular neighbors. the best part? the people who are pissed about this are not not some religious watch group in berkeley or something, it’s the freakin evangelical educators, who are appalled at the state of leadership as well as participation in their sect. they see it’s getting over run by two faced, wealthy people and they don’t like it either. sadly like many of us secular democrats, there’s not much they can do about it. have we found a new ally?


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