“Michele loves the spotlight, the attention she receives from the religious-right homophobes, the anti-Muslim crowd, attention from her fellow-congressmen/women, attention from the media, but that spotlight could well be her ultimate demise. Only time will tell.”–ABratt
Let Bachmann scream, jump up and down, curse, jump through her a***, bang her head on the wall, etc.. She is not going to be president of this country, PERIOD! That’s just they way a Republican acts to get undeserved attention. And to top it all, she claims to be so pious and good butter won’t melt in her mouth. Consequently, I believe that’s why God marked her with those weird eyes like He marked some types of snakes with rattlers so people can be warned of their close presence and possible danger! This time, I have to give God credit for identifying a potentially catastrophic disaster and nipping it in the bud, before anyone got seriously hurt!
“A Christian Plot For Domination” [A Must-Read Expose` For Every Sane, Concerned American]
(2 pgs.) By Michelle Goldberg, Daily Beast, 8/14/11
“Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry aren’t just devout—both have deep ties to a fringe fundamentalist movement known as Dominionism, which says Christians should rule the world.”
…“a recent Texas Observer cover story on Rick Perry examined his relationship with the New Apostolic Reformation, a Dominionist variant of Pentecostalism that coalesced about a decade ago. ‘[W]hat makes the New Apostolic Reformation movement so potent is its growing fascination with infiltrating politics and government,’ wrote Forrest Wilder. Its members ‘believe Christians—certain Christians—are destined to not just take ‘dominion’ over government, but stealthily climb to the commanding heights of what they term the ‘Seven Mountains’ of society, including the media and the arts and entertainment world.’”
And, to accompany Michelle Goldberg’s expose` here’s more rom Right Wing Watch:
“It seems that Liberty Counsel’s Matt Barber is none-too-pleased with the coverage that dominionism and its influence and role within the Religious Right movement has been receiving in the media and on blogs like Right Wing Watch and so he has decided to attack those who have been writing about it.”