From Debbie Daniels’ fawning religiobabble article about President Bush at intellectualconservative.com:
George Bush is no ordinary man. It is because of his deep faith in God that he’s been able to withstand the vile attacks by seemingly everyone…
He’s been knocked by one of the big three networks; the billion dollar bank account of George Soros (a.k.a. Moveon.org); many foreign leaders who have been quoted saying: “We don’t want George Bush to win;” the Communist Party of America; the Atheists; the Agnostics; the National Association of Women; Hollywood’s Paparazzi; the Gay Community; the NAACP; protesters who hold signs that read: “Where’s John Hinkley when you need him?;” a $20 million plus movie, Fahrenheit 9/11, that drags George Bush through the mud, and who knows who else will step up and say: “We do not want George Bush for President.”
You gotta love her putting “Hollywood’s Paparazzi” on the list. Did some union of entertainment photographers I’m not aware of endorse Kerry, or is Ms. Daniels just using words she doesn’t know the meaning of? I’m guessing the latter. And I’m disappointed that she listed “the atheists” and “the agnostics”, as though all atheists and agnostics have a common political position, but leaves out us deists! No respect, I tell ya, no respect at all. And remember, this drivel is from the intellectual conservatives.