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Wednesday, March 29, 2006
  Cranking Up The Wagon Tom DeLay took a few nasty swipes at everybody yesterday, including SCOTUS Judges Ginsberg and O'Connor. He also had his concealed weapon license revoked recently, but that is another story for another day. But here is what gets my goat. DeLay is accused of doing things wrong, and, taking a page out of the Karl Rove "How To Survive In Upper Government" book, starts yammering about Christians being second class citizens. This is just another tactic, and a pretty poor one if you ask me. The story is from the AP.

"Didn't you see the comments of Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Ginsburg over the last couple of weeks?" DeLay, R-Texas, asked reporters after a speech to a group of Christian conservatives. "There's still a problem, they don't get it. There are three branches of government. All wisdom doesn't reside in ... people in black robes."

Earlier, the former House majority leader told activists he agreed with their premise that there is a "war on Christianity.

"Our faith has always been in direct conflict with the values of the world," DeLay said. "We are, after all, a society that provides abortion on demand, has killed millions of innocent children, degrades the institution of marriage, and all but treats Christianity like some second-rate superstition."

Please give it a rest, Mr. Former Majority Leader. You might as well be screaming the trinity, Terrorism, Gay Marriage, Abortion (oh wait you did on both of those) Why not get to the roof tops and scream with Abramoff and Duke Cunningham, "Ethics in Government, Bill of Rights, Constitution. Golden Rual" I'm really tired of old Tom. Don't use the religion card because you are in trouble. 
Seems like the current resident of a glass house is tossing a few boulders in a not so random direction.
Had he kept his nose clean he might not have needed such dialogue to deflect attention away from his dishonor.
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