Witchcraft, Queer Worship, socialism taught at school: O’Donnell opponent salutes atheism.
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• Sick Leave Policy: In 2008 Coons employed his Yale Divinity School values to pay $1.2 million in taxpayer monies to just 58 county retirees — for unused sick time. The next year — 2009 — he did the same thing, this time paying over $600,000 to just 40 county retirees for unused sick leave. When taxpayers protested Coons made clear he had no intention of changing the policy.
Sound familiar? The wildly wrong spending estimates, the intrusion by government into the private sector, the stiff arrogance and refusal to change course when constituents express concern? This is, of course, the core Obama/left-wing value system at work, the values taught day-in-and-day-out at Yale Divinity School.
Coons, reported his YDS interviewer, “animatedly” vowed he was determined to bring the values he learned at YDS to Washington as a Delaware Senator. Those values — formed by a school teaching Witchcraft as multiculturalism, Queer Worship, feminist theology, liberation theology and recognizing a Catholic nun as an ethicist because she openly opposes Catholic doctrine while accepting the offices and honors of her church — would be considered little short of bizarre by millions of Americans were they aware of them. Tellingly, like many liberals who live out the famous quote from the late liberal New Yorker film reviewer Pauline Kael (who is said by the New York Times to have remarked after Nixon’s 49-state victory over George McGovern that she couldn’t understand this because “I only know one person who voted for Nixon”), Coons is clueless, adrift in the liberal bubble.
Yet his background, beyond a cursory and predictably shallow look at his Amherst-college “Bearded Marxist” article, is being completely ignored by a liberal media obsessed with painting Christine O’Donnell as some sort of out-of-the-mainstream kook.
OH YES. DON’T FORGET the values behind the Coons appeal to atheists.
That’s right. To top all of this off Coons also said his job as a public official was to show that “I… value those that have no faith in a higher being.” Which is to say, not satisfied with the values he has learned from a school that instructs on the multiculturalism of witches not to mention the values found behind Queer Worship, socialists and Marxists, Coons is making a determined pitch for the atheist vote. What a guy! What values!
And Christine O’Donnell is not in the mainstream? How utterly laughable. Among other lessons in looking at the values Coons promotes is the realization that liberals who study in glass covens shouldn’t throw broomsticks.
Again. Hello? Republican Establishment? Delaware is in the middle of one of the greatest smear campaigns in recent American political history — purposely designed to distract from the reality of what is happening all over America right this minute.
Why? Are you kidding?
Without doubt, the central problem in America at this instant is the economy — no jobs, no paychecks, bankruptcies, lost homes, lost savings. Americans are quite justifiably both livid and scared to death.
And what values does Chris Coons insist he will bring to bear on this problem?
The values taught at Yale Divinity School. Values exemplified by the exotic, overripe teachings, readings, preachings, and writings of socialists, Marxists, and camp followers of Liberation Theology who believe in one variation or another that capitalism is immoral, a sin. This includes the one-time Dean Thomas Ogletree and his late writing partner the American Communist Party’s Herbert Aptheker, the assigned writings of Liberation Theology’s James Cone, Ronald Sider the anti-capitalist Evangelical leftist, and the Brazilian socialist Paulo Freire. Their philosophy, it is now abundantly clear, is at the core of the values taught by the Yale Divinity School that Coons so admires.
Except, of course, these values are already in Washington. These are the values (think the Community Reinvestment Act, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac) that brought the U.S. economy to its knees in the first place.
These values are in fact the centerpiece of the Obama Administration and the actions of the Harry Reid-led U.S. Senate Coons hopes to join. These are the values that are in the process of turning America from a job-and-paycheck entrepreneurial society to a nation of food stamp recipients as former House Speaker Newt Gingrich recently noted on The Sean Hannity Show.
In fact, the left-wing Center on Budget and Policy Priorities — say again, that’s left-wing!! — reports that the number of food stamp cases in Delaware has shot up over 45% in just two years — a tragic reminder of exactly what happens when the Yale Divinity School values Chris Coons so admires become public policy.
A man of faith in a godless age is hitting Americans where it hurts.
Mr. and Mrs. American Spectator Reader, let P.J. O’Rourke talk sense to your kids.
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It won’t take long for conservatives to scratch this presidential wannabe off their 2008 scorecard.
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