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Also, no one - not even whores like Huckabee - want the government deciding what religions are legitimate and what aren't.
The AFP reports:
"Huckabee, a former Baptist preacher, was at Davis' side when the bespectacled 49-year-old emerged from jail in Kentucky Tuesday after five days behind bars for contempt of court, having refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples."
If you remember Dan's earlier post, Kim Davis was NOT a Christian until she CONVERTED away from Baptism. So if Kim Davis says that Baptists are not real Christians, than Huckabee is not a real Christian.
It's like when Louisiana was about to give public funds to private religious schools, and then realized that Islamic schools would be able to apply for funding also under its provisions.
Or right back in jail, girly.
>Also, no one - not even whores like Huckabee - want the govern[-]
>ment deciding what religions are legitimate and what aren't.
0.) One ought not insult whores like that.
1.) I'm pretty sure Huckabee, and I know some very like him, would love government's doing that...if they could be sure that it would make the 'right' judgements. ...but to be charitable, liberty is too valuable for us to depend solely on the pure love of it to maintain it, practical balance-of-power/terror evaluations by people more afraid of losing their freedom than hopeful of restricting someone else's probably are significant.