Would you want your pastor to endorse a political candidate? Endorsing from the pulpit is one thing, but what about as an individual? Would it make you feel uncomfortable? Megachurch pastor Rick Warren is against it. Read below from The Christian Post:
Have you heard the latest song by the rapper Ludacris? The song IS Ludicrous. Listen to it here. The song attacks Hillary Clinton, George Bush and John McCain.
Many seem to feel the freedom to tell us what we ought to think, how we ought to behave and even what we ought to feel. They know what’s best for us and exactly how we should live our lives.
These people are not evil, and I doubt that they have bad intentions. They are our sisters, brothers, mothers and fathers, neighbors and sit next to us in church. Having questionable boundaries, and believing they have special insight into our lives, they share freely with us.
What else is new, you might say. And yes, there are literally threats against the West on Islamist websites every day. But they're often times non-specific, incoherent diatribes that deal in "Kill the Jews' and "Death to America"-type generalities. This one is a bit more detailed. From Canada.com:
There has been some concern that Muslim Kosovo would become radicalized from Saudi money and fundamentalist Wahhabi influence and turn into an Islamic terror base in the underbelly of Europe.
Joe Lieberman is glad Barack Obama is talking about his faith and Lieberman has always been a big supporter of Faith Based Initiatives but he does have one big problem with Obama’s plan. Read below about that and watch his complete answer above.
Senator Joe Lieberman worries about the fact that Barack Obama is to stubborn to admit the surge worked. You can watch his answer in my one on one interview above. Part of the transcription is below
Senator Joe Lieberman wasn’t too thrilled with Barack Obama’s Berlin speech. I asked him about that in my one on one interview today. Lieberman’s full answer is above but his bottom line is transcribed below: (this is only a partial transcription)
In my one on one interview with Joe Lieberman, the Senator and big time McCain backer defends Pastor John Hagee’s controversial comments from a few months ago, saying they were taken out of context and reflects back on lessons learned about the whole endorsement fiasco. The transcription is below. The video clip is above.
Senator Joe Lieberman, an Independent and one of John McCain’s biggest supporters tells The Brody File that he’ll speak at the Republican Convention if John McCain gives him the green light. Below is the transcription of his comments. You can watch the clip above.