Praying for Death

Jay Stapleton over at the Worldnetdaily (aka Worldnutdaily) has written an article called “Praying through the Bush Window.” In that article he seems to be suggesting that he–and others–are praying for the deaths of four people, Supreme Court Justices Ginsburg, Stevens, Souter, and Kennedy. Now, he doesn’t say that in so many words. He says this:

Here’s my prayer list: Ginsburg – gone! Stevens, Souter, and Kennedy – gone! Installed in their place: God-fearing, Constitution-loving justices flanking Roberts on both right and left!

Supreme Court appointments are for life. The only way the “liberal” judges can be “gone” is if they retire or if they die. Stapleton doesn’t seem to care which it is. In fact his phrase “banish them from the court” (see below) seems to clue us in to which one he thinks is more likely. If they retire, that would be their free choice. The only way God can banish them is to kill them off.

What he says next is equally interesting:

There are four remaining liberal judges on the nation’s high court. That equates to four justices who are anti-life (in the name of choice), pro-perversion (in the name of privacy) and anti-American (in the name of progress). May God banish them from the court.

Notice the three great evils–choice, privacy and progress. These are domninionist ideas straight from the Christian Reconstructionists. They make your choices for you. They thave a right to dictate your private life. They shall decide what is and isn’t anti-American.

Progress, of course, is about as anti-American as you can get . . . Right?

This is his closing sentence:
If, in the last few years, we’ve seen an erosion of our Christian liberties, how secure will our freedoms be should the likes of Howard Dean rise to power?

What Mr. Stapleton means by “Christian liberties and freedoms,” of course, is the use of government power to proselytize. The power to marginalize any religious expression that does not conform with the main thrust of Christian Reconstructionists who are the enemies of freedom and liberty. Reconstructions have stated openly that to achieve dominion they will use consitutional protections where they can and destroy constitutional protections where they can. They do not conceal the fact that they consider religious pluralism to be blasphemous and evil.

If Howard Dean rose to power the Christian Right Wing would not be free to force the worship of others, but they would be free to worship as they please. If they ever gain the power they lust after, Howard Dean will be dead or in prison. And so will anyone who dares speak against them.

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