Stepford Senate candidate Katherine Harris attempted to "clarify" what she meant last week when she told the Florida Baptist Witness that separation of church and state was a lie and that God decides who gets elected. Here's her explanation:
Harris' campaign released a statement Saturday saying she had been "speaking to a Christian audience, addressing a common misperception that people of faith should not be actively involved in government."
The comments reflected "her deep grounding in Judeo-Christian values," the statement said, adding that Harris had previously supported pro-Israel legislation and legislation recognizing the Holocaust.
Translation: "I meant every word of it, but you weren't supposed to see it. And I really, really like Jews." Well that explains it all.
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She didn't specifically name Romans 13 as her source. Does that make her guilty of plagiarism?
since when did the non-apology apology become acceptable?
Yeah, what's with the "deep grounding in Judeo-Christian values" bit? Probably didn't want to alienate the Jewish community until it was time to exterminate them.
See a tongue-in-cheek visual of two of Florida's finest...Katherine Harris & Anita Bryant...here:
Sooo, either she thinks the christians are too stupid to know what she really meant, or the secularists are? I'm confused.
No I am not, I know a power hungry sociopathic liar when I hear one. How's this, Harris: "ya reap what you sow."
Dang, mark, that's harsh, but probably true. They did, after all, supposedly kill some guy that the romans executed.
In other words, Jew-friendly legislation is fine, so long as it's Christians who legislate it.