Rep. Todd Akin (R-MO) Issues No Apology to Libtards

What are the comments that have so many Libtards all fired up?  Well, here they are as Todd Akin discusses NBC’s refusal to include “one nation under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance:

“Well, I think NBC has a long record of being very liberal and at the heart of liberalism really is a hatred for God and a belief that government should replace God. And so they’ve had a long history of not being at all favorable toward many of things that have been such a blessing to our country.”

Good for him!  He’s absolutely correct.  Although some libtards believe in God, the core ideology of liberalism is a hatred for God’s laws and a love of man’s law.  Todd Akin has nothing to apologize for:

Akin comments draw criticism from religious leaders

BY JASON HANCOCK – St. Louis Post Dispatch

U.S. Rep. Todd Akin is catching flak from some Missouri religious leaders for saying last week that “at the heart of liberalism really is a hatred for God.”

Akin made the comments during a radio interview Friday with Family Research Council President Tony Perkins. The two were discussing NBC’s decision to omit the phrase “under God” from a pre-taped clip of the Pledge of Allegiance aired during the network’s coverage of the U.S. Open.

[…]

The comments immediately made their way around the Internet after being picked up by a handful of national liberal websites. Faith Aloud, a St. Louis-based religious group that advocates for abortion rights, began an online petition drive calling on Akin to apologize.

[…]

Akin Communications Director Steve Taylor said the point Akin was trying to make was that there is a basic difference between the tenets of liberalism and conservatism. Conservatives believe rights are granted by God and it is the responsibility of government to aid in protecting them, Taylor said.

“Liberals believe rights are granted by government,” he said. “Congressman Akin believes those two concepts define the basic debate between the two ideologies.”

Akin’s comments were off the cuff, Taylor said, and with more time to articulate his point he could have “provided a more artful answer.” But he wasn’t talking about anyone’s individual relationship with God, Taylor said, only the “defining principles of two political ideologies.”

Here is Todd Akin on KMOX radio defending his comments and refusing to apologize to the whiny little libtards:

FYI – Todd Akin is running for the  Senate in 2012.  With his aforementioned comments along with showing steadfastness in the face of a liberal onslaught, he has just garnered my vote.

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3 Comments on “Rep. Todd Akin (R-MO) Issues No Apology to Libtards”

  1. Gonzo Says:

    I’m all for the separation of church and state. But lets face it, most laws mirror the moral conscience of a society, which are, in large part, the defacto premises derived from its prevailing religion.
    For example, in islam, there is no such thing as marital rape, and as such, in countries that are islamic theocracies, there are no laws about marital rape. In America, there are marital rape laws, as the moral cloak of America lends toward equality for all.

    Atheists and many liberals will suggest that one need not believe in religion or a god to know the difference between right and wrong, but I suspect that that is only partially true. Atheists in America have, by virtue of the laws enforce around them, a moral gauge predefined. If the knowledge of right vs wrong were so innate, why would there be such difference, (sometimes radical difference), in culturally accepted practices – ie… honor killings? I also point to the moral decay that has been so increasingly prevalent with our youth ever since the liberal agenda has practically destroyed our education system. How has attacking morality in schools aided America as a whole?

    So, while I believe that the government should remain religiously neutral, to suggest that government should not be influenced by moral premises afforded from a religious context, is to grievously underestimate the importance to any community that its codes of conduct reflect the collective spiritual well being of each individual.
    (For point of reference – I don’t subscribe to a specific religion. I’m a deist, with the exception that I believe that the spirit world does interact with mankind.)

    Perhaps the liberals, rather than trying to eliminate moral deity from government, should simply replace the word ‘God’ with a neutral Political Correct word, but one that will remind them of the role of spirituality in maintaining a righteous moral code. I rather like the native Indians term “the Great Mystery”. Not only does in reflect all religions concept of mankinds inability to know God fully, it has the additional benefit of prescribing with utmost clarity most Americans understanding of how anything actually gets done by our government.🙂

  2. memaw Says:

    Todd Akin is a man worthy to be voted into office… I have voted for him each time he ran for an office. He has followed through on what he has said he would do…and is a honest politician, something we have little of in today’s world… I say “good for him” that he said what he said and meant what he said…. He doesn’t need to take it back.. and I question those that would question him, and how could they claim to be Christians??? I personally believe they are “wolves in sheep’s clothing”… after all they are advocating killing thousands upon thousands of innocent babies… and “wolves do like killing little lambs”…

    • memaw Says:

      Sadly, I just read where Todd Akin turned around and apologized to “Faith Aloud”…ohhh why oh why do we give in to those libtards and wolves in sheep’s clothing???????


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