Friday, March 24, 2006


A few members of Congress think you and I are mass murderers -- or at least don't consider that assertion objectionable. At least that's how I interpret this press release:

Vision America President Dr. Rick Scarborough will unveil his new book, "Liberalism Kills Kids," at The War on Christians Conference (March 27 and 28, at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C.)

As well as the president of Vision America, Scarborough is the conference organizer. He's also one of the keynote speakers at the Monday evening banquet, along with U.S. Senator John Cornyn.

"Liberalism Kills Kids" is a groundbreaking work which documents the devastating failure of America's 40-year experiment with liberal statism. From the deaths of 44 million unborn children, to skyrocketing rates of out-of-wedlock births, to the divorce epidemic, to the destructive demands of the movement to normalize homosexuality -- the book exposes a cultural coup d'etat that has left our families gasping for air....

In addition to Senator Cornyn, Senator Sam Brownback of Kansas and our old pal Tom DeLay will also be at the conference. Also Alan Keyes and Phyllis Schlafly.

If I ever run into any of these people, here's what I'm going to say: You attended a conference where Rick Scarborough was promoting this book. I'm a liberal. I want you to look me in the eye and say that you think I'm a mass murderer of children.

More on Scarborough here.


By the way, the "war on Christians" that's going to be the subject of this conference is apparently taking place exclusively in America, to judge from the the conference agenda. Isn't talking about a war on Christianity in America a disgusting insult to people like the Afghani Christian who may be executed for converting?

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