Why I Left the Right: How Studying Religion Made Me a Liberal
Susie Meister

I have an opinion on this. Jesus does advocate giving to the poor. He does not advocate TAKING money from an unwilling party and giving it to the poor. Whether the taker be a person or the Gov. That would be theft! He also would probably not stand on the same grounds as liberals when it comes to murdering babies, but that’s just a hunch. I doubt Republicans would be all in the Lord’s favor, but we are all humans who sin. I fail to see Democrats as champions of the poor the weak and the downtrodden, special interests maybe. Nobody is keeping anybody from donating to the the poor. Democrats choose to take money from taxpayers and give it to those who murder babies, who in turn give that money from ALL taxpayers back to the Democratic Party. That seems a tad unfair to those who have to pay taxes yet do no agree with where the money goes. How is that not theft? If I had a choice, that money that goes to PP could go to the poor, but I have no choice. Then again, who is poor? At some point when the Gov takes from the rich to give to the poor, we are either giving more or getting more. I have a suspicion that most who agree with Liberal politics (especially Socialism) would expect to be on the receiving end of that spectrum. You cannot be on both ends. It’s not possible. Also, famous people who shell away their money in off-shore accounts would not make a good example of liberals who are expecting to pay into the big Government pot of money to help the poor. 2 cents spent. I’m out of here.

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