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May 6, 2010

Religion and Morality as Extolled at Daily Kos

Posted by Dave Blount at May 6, 2010 3:27 PM

It's not that our moonbat rulers don't like religion. They just don't like religions that compete with their own (Islam gets a pass thanks to 9/11). From Daily Kos, the Democrat Party's quasi-official fever swamp, via NewsBusters:

In so far as all morality is fundamentally based on preservation, betterment and continuation of life, there is no higher morality than environmentalism.
All [other] religions pale in comparison.
Morality, when associated with religion, is limited and parochial. It is primarily focused on preservation, betterment and continuation of humans, but not all humans, only those following a particular belief system.
Even when it pretends to extend beyond that parochial realm — for example, "Love thy neighbor" and "Thou shalt not kill", religious morality is limited to human life.
Environmentalism, on the other hand, encompasses preservation, betterment and continuation of all life, and, therefore, is the highest level of morality.

I'll leave it for a Priest of Political Correctness to explain why they worship all life except babies, whom it is a liberal sacrament to kill, preferably on the taxpayers' dime.

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Even moonbats have their deities.

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