If you were to believe the narrative put forward by the likes of Rosie O'Donnell, Katie Couric, and their Islamist homosexual allies in the liberal media, President Bush is the worst president Our Nation has ever had, Iraq is in tatters, global "warming" is upon us, and their hero Saddam had nothing to do with 9/11. While a steady diet of Fox News and WorldNetDaily has certainly served as a strong antidote for us conservative bloggers against these sorts of Unhinged attacks on Freedom, the same cannot be said for the newer generation of Americans. Filtering software and TimesSelect may keep the most damaging garbage on the internets out of the reach of Our Nation's children, but the all-pervasive Culture of Death these traitors are shilling has still managed to taint their beautiful minds. Imagine my sorrow to see that MSM has ruined Christianity for an entire generation:
Media Warped Young Conservatives' Views of FalwellThis is an Outrage! Depicting Rev. Falwell as an intolerant bigot only undermines his noble legagy -- the political empowerment of other intolerant bigots. Surely Rev. Falwell wasn't the only Christian who saw a purse-toting cartoon character on his tv and was stricken with the horrible realization that Traditional Marriage was in the enemy's crosshairs, or that the travel agent for the 9/11 hijackers was probably some dyke at the National Organization for Women. Millions of Americans have drawn similar and equally insightful conclusions, and thanks to the efforts of Rev. Falwell, these people now vote. So thank you, Rev. Falwell, for helping to steer this deeply informed segment of the citizenry into the polls. Our Nation will be reaping the benefits for years to come. Praise Him!
Young evangelicals came of age with George W. Bush as their president and the media as their caretaker. And when Jerry Falwell died last week, many didn’t really get it.
One young conservative in Michigan confused the Rev. Dr. Jerry Falwell with Fred Phelps, the Kansas pastor who pickets soldiers’ funerals, and wondered whether his death was a good thing.
Another young conservative, this one in Washington, D.C., described him as an extreme fundamentalist who hurt the conservative movement.