Christian Exodus believes in getting its way by moving to a conservative state and then running for elected office -- on school boards, city councils, the state legislature -- then changing laws.Hmm, where's the verse that says that the Bible is the basis for government .... ? Oh ... sorry --- that's in the Qu'ran ... wrong religion, dude!
They are looking for people who would be willing to fight for prayer in schools, sex education that preaches abstinence, and making sodomy a crime.
"This takes a particular type of individual," said Cory Burnell. "One who really sees the last 30 years of Christian activism has failed."
Christian Exodus has set its sights on six conservative South Carolina counties, places big enough for its followers to find jobs, but small enough places where change can quickly take place.
By 2014, these political pioneers want enough people in key positions to make a dramatic impact on statewide elections.
Tuesday, May 02, 2006
The new 'umma .... right here in SC?
.... that's tongue-in-cheek. Obviously, this person has no clue of the legitimate role of an autonomous, secular state, in Christian thought. Bible based government.