Secret quasi-religious cabals behind our politicians should no longer be surprising. The George Bush and John Kerry "Skull & Bones" affiliations are now well known, although few have really looked into what it actually means for them and their politics.
A similar similar secret darkness exists in the shadows behind John McCain as well. First, there was his actively campaigning in South Carolina as a self-proclaimed "Southern Baptist", when he'd never been baptized and has attended Methodist services for the last 15+ years. Now, McCain's recent financial rescue by Baron Rothschild (look up his March 20th fundraiser in London) reveals his links to the transnational "Illuminati".
But, for sheer contemptible sleaze concerning a candidate's religious involvement, you just cant get any worse than today's breaking story about the Clintons' business involvement with seedy foreign real estate speculators, scamming poor Pennsylvania congregations out of their churches...
The Founding Fathers sought the Separation of Church and State for very good reasons. From the Crusades, to the Conquistadors, to the Spanish Inquisition, to the Vatican accommodation of Hitler and Mussolini, to the Muslim and Jewish violence in the Middle East, it is perfectly clear that God and Government do not mix well. The sophistication of the times has not dulled the instincts of cultish religious fanatics, be they in Baghdad, or on Capitol Hill.
David L. Wenbert
Apr 10 2008 - 4:14pm