Many GOP members insist if a candidate mentions Jesus in political speeches they are the candidate that should win. This is the worst way to choose your candidate.
Most of the candidates who tout religion vaguely read or ignore the statutes the holy books themselves contain. Often, they are only using the text to bolster their own lust for power.
These are the same sorts of people who claimed Obama was a Muslim. There were problems with this claim.
1.) There was no proof Obama was a Muslim, other than his name. 2.) Obama was not raised Muslim. 4.) he drinks. 5.) Obama attends church. 6.) It does not matter if the president is a Muslim because this is a free country and the president or presidential candidate has a right to be what religion he/she chooses because the United States is not a Theocracy.
So far, Tea Party governors are responsible for some of the worst government decisions in our Nation’s history. Rick Snyder, GOP governor, of Michigan, is responsible for the poisoning of Flint, Michigan’s water supply.
Synder is responsible because he thought it would be a good idea to privatize the cities water production. So, he privatized it. Guess what? The decision to privatize water production backfired and now loads of children are suffering brain damage because of his poor decision making.
Now North Carolina Senator and Tea Partier Thom Tillis insists it is a good idea to deregulate the restaurant industry. Tillis says he does not think it is a good idea for Restaurants to require workers to wash their hands after leaving the bathroom.
The idea to deregulate restaurant sanitation standards should alarm anyone who wishes their food to not contain contaminants. It should alarm anyone who does not wish to empty out their stomach soon after they have filled it.
What many Tea Partiers fail to understand or are just plain evil about is National and State law, which regulate industries, exists for a reason.
If one does not think there is a good reason for industry regulation, they should look at the health hazards and the death caused by factory produced products in the 19th and early 20th century England and the United States.
You can say what you want, however, there is truth and there is falsity. When a chemical, toxin, germs, etc harm another person, you cannot wish it does not. The facts remain the same. You cannot simply choose not to believe it and have the facts change.