Christian Exodus is an Ultra-Conservative (Theocratic dictators) who want a government based on the Bible. They want no abortion (no women's rights), no gay marriages (intolerance), no stem cell research (People with terminal diseases are screwed), no euthanasia (if you have a terminal disease, you can't work to cure it, but you can't die either. Screwy, eh?) and forced religion (therefore, America loses the freedom touch). If they can get enough people in South Carolina (home base, basically), then they plan to changing the government to a theocracy. Or possibly seceding. When I heard that they plan on a possible secession (if they get more than 500 members), I cheered. I hope they do. For two reasons:
- This will rid me of so many annoying people.
- I want to see feds bust their heads.
One thing this group doesn't seem to notice is this document that I found. Check it out. Apparently, it's quite important to our government. Christian Exodus must be unaware of it. Here's the group's plan:
"The political strategy is to support candidates, first on the local level -- school boards and county councils -- and then on the state level. The Upstate has been chosen as part of the first phase of the relocation program, with a goal of having 2,500 members in two yet-to-be-named counties by Sept. 30, 2006."
This is pathetic. You're going to have these people on school boards. Schools are places where kids, of all types and faiths, come to learn. Forcing religion on them is just wrong. The more you push, the more people like me will hate you and your faith.
"...The group's distrust of President Bush -- they believe he's been soft on abortion and homosexuality -- also is out of step with most South Carolina voters, Guth said."
I totally agree with them on that subject. Bush should have been killing homosexuals years ago. Also, he should have started bombing abortion clinics, because the only way to stop the killing of a non-living "child" is by killing more people. Oh wait... that's hypocrisy.
"'Some people think it's some kind of whacked-out religious invasion. It's not that at all,' Rev. Tony Romo said."
It's people moving into one spot so they can force their religious influences on to the populace and attempt to change the government. Sounds like an invasion to me.
Check out the website and then leave me comments. I'm guessing I'll have some comments from people saying stuff like "OMG, tehy hve a g00d cas3!11 tehy wnt peec!"