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Ayatolla Bush

Ayatollah Khomeini

Religious freedom and tolerance is a protected right. I am committed to the First Amendment principles of religious freedom, tolerance and diversity. Whether Mormon, Methodist, Jewish, or Muslim, Americans should be able to participate in their constitutional free exercise of religion. I do not think witchcraft is a religion and I do not think it is in any way appropriate for the U.S. military to promote it.
~ George W. Bush (1946-07-06 age:71), second remark, 2000-10-15, Web, White & Blue 2000, Rolling Cyber Debate question: With religious diversity increasing, what are your thoughts on the protection of religious freedom and the separation of church and state? Should religions like Wicca be banned from recognition by the military, as some legislators suggest? Bush honors freedom of religion, but only if your religion is on his approved list. Notice how Bush does away with the Wiccan’s right to religious liberty by redefining Wicca as not a religion and further denigrating it with the term witchcraft. In the same way, atheism, that is, the freedom from government-imposed or government-sponsored religious intrusion, being not itself a bona fide religion, is twisted by Bush to become a viewpoint or practice or right that is not covered under the First Amendment guarantee of religious Liberty.
Catholic schools carry out a great mission, to serve God by building knowledge and character… By teaching the word of God, you prepare your students to follow a path of virtue.
~ George W. Bush (1946-07-06 age:71), 2004-01-04, helping to soften the blows of justice in requiring taxpayers to bail out Roman Catholic schools through a publicly funded voucher program after numerous Roman Catholic parishes and dioceses being held financially accountable for clerics who terrorized and molested young boys and girls over a period of decades in the paedophile priest scandal, at a White House ceremony whose audience included more over 200 Roman Catholic officials; quoted from American Atheists Press Release, Bush off Key in Singing Praises of Parochial Schools
I don’t bring God into my life to, you know, kind of be a political person.
~ George W. Bush (1946-07-06 age:71), 2003-04-23, interview with Tom Brokaw aboard Air Force One.
We need common-sense judges who understand that our rights were derived from God. Those are the kind of judges I intend to put on the bench.
~ George W. Bush (1946-07-06 age:71)
Source: CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) News, 2002-06-27
We hold dear what our Declaration of Independence says, that all have got uninalienable rights, endowed by a Creator.
~ George W. Bush (1946-07-06 age:71)
speaking to community and religious leaders in Moscow on 2002-05-24 Source: White House news release
Explaining why it is ok to ignore the constitution.
The federal government and the state government must not fear programs who change lives, but must welcome those faith-based programs for the betterment of mankind.
~ George W. Bush (1946-07-06 age:71)
Source: Federal News Service, Remarks by President George W. Bush at Simon for Governor Luncheon, 2002-08-23
Secular schools can never be tolerated because such a school has no religious instruction and a general moral instruction without a religious foundation is built on air; consequently, all character training and religion must be derived from faith… We need believing people.
~ Adolf Hitler (1889-04-20 1945-04-30 age:56)
We’ve got pockets of persistent poverty in our society, which I refuse to declare defeat — I mean, I refuse to allow them to continue on. And so one of the things that we’re trying to do is to encourage a faith-based initiative to spread its wings all across America, to be able to capture this great compassionate spirit.
~ George W. Bush (1946-07-06 age:71)
2002-03-18, speaking in O’Fallon, Mo. Source: White House news release

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