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It Wasn’t Abortion That Formed the Religious Right. It Was Hate For The Black Man.

Because of hate fill hearts, is the real reason and not the national debt that started the Tea Party, it was the election of a president of color, in my opinion. And to think they use the scriptures as a way to defend their hatred, And yet they claim to be Christian, funny though I don't remember Jesus ever using hateful speech.

 According to Amanda Marcotte, the modern religious right formed, practically overnight, as a rapid response to the Supreme Court's landmark ruling in Roe v. Wade. Or, at least, that's how the story goes. The reality, Randall Balmer, a Dartmouth professor writing for Politico Magazine, says, is actually a little less savory to 21st century Americans:

 The religious right, who liked to call themselves the "moral majority" at the time, actually organized around fighting to protect Christian schools from being desegregated. It wasn't Roe v. Wade that woke the sleeping dragon of the evangelical vote. It was Green v. Kennedy, a 1970 decision stripping tax-exempt status from "segregation academies"—private Christian schools that were set up in response to Brown v. Board of Education, where the practice of barring black students continued.

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  1. I lived in the South and agree this is true.

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  2. Abortion and equal rights are just a cover story / distraction for their Segregationist origins.
    It IS and always was about race.

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    1. I wish I could say I am shocked. The way the right has went after Obama shows not much has changed in the last 40 years.

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    2. Exactly. The old guard just trained their children and grandchildren in their same hateful bigoted ways. They raised up new generations of bigots. Its sad and shameful, mostly because unless they learn to love...they will be lost. Hatred is spoken against very harshly in the Bible and the religious right, as they call themselves, need to repent and begin to love all of God's creation.

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  3. That's where all those Christian secondary schools came from, remember?

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  4. Distraction is the name of the game. They bring hot issues that get people fired up so that they can pass laws without people noticing the both parties use this tactic - all of the time.

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  5. And this is the face of hate... hiding in plain sight dressed as a Christian

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  6. The KKK was and still is (unfortunately) a Christian extremist group.

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    1. KKK is a legal U.S. Terrorists group that has allowed to practice violence for centuries as long as the majority of their victims are black. There are quit a few white Americans, so-called Christians and political leaders who are connected with groups like this.

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  7. Do you think that there are myths of Jerry Farwell being a racist?

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    1. Abraham's Daughter!Saturday, 03 January, 2015

      Anonymous it is not a myth Jerry Falwell was born during a time when the black man was hated for just being a black man. According to research Jerry Falwell once said in a sermon that school facilities should be separate...according to him when God has drawn a line of distinction, we should not attempt to cross that line. He also said in another sermon “The true Negro does not want integration. He realizes his potential is far better among his own race.”Falwell claimed integration would “destroy the white race eventually.” He complained about a couple “of opposite race live next door…as man and wife.” So, yell I think he was a racist!

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