Davenport is a Booger-Eating Moron
My understanding was that “religious intolerance” always comes from the Right, and that “fundamentalist bigotry” had no place in the political arena. What gives? Why does the (mythical) “wall of separation” between church and state not apply to radical, left-wing agitators?
Where to start? Just contemplating this makes my tiny right amygdala grow smaller. I’ve said all I have to say many times. Check out the hundred comments at the N&R article Davenport fails to link to and make up your own mind. Read how the N&R‘s most prolific commenter, Panacea, uses every bit of her passion and wit to make the case against using a biblical worldview to foster hatred and intolerance.
I’m about halfway through William Gibson‘s Neuromancer on the Wife’s Kindle. One of the things he mentions in passing is that in the future, Christians are terrorists. It looks like somebody did the math and came to a conclusion.
We’ll know one way or another tomorrow night about Amendment One. However, no doubt remains concerning Davenport.