The Goode Manifesto

Republican Virgil Goode believes in freedom of religion as long as that religion is Christianity and he believes in freedom of worship as long as you worship his God. What he does not believe in is the US Constitution. I appreciate it when someone exposes their racism so blatantly. Nice job, asshole.

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2 Comments on “The Goode Manifesto”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    This is exactly why religion has no place in government… A free government that is! By there nature, religions exclude those that of differing beliefs and government is supposed to be inclusive. I traditionally vote for the candidate based on his or her qualifications, political record and their stances on important issues. Never has ones faith been a deciding factor in whom I choose to vote. However, with age comes wisdom and I have decided to vote against any candidate that publically endorses ANY religious affilitation! It’s just my way of reinforcing Thomas Jefferson’s paradigm of “separation of church and state!”

  2. expatbrian Says:

    Anon..I agree. This guy, Goode belongs right up there with David Duke of the KKK. Perpetuating the Bush endorsed myth that Christianity=good and anything else, especially Islam=bad is not only against our constitution but extremely dangerous in today’s world.


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