Jim Wallis and crew are hoping to get arrested as they pray in front of the Cannon House Office Building for no budget cuts. Specifically, they’re protesting the cut of $50 billion over five years that would slow the rate of increase in Medicare and other mandatory spending. Such cuts, they say, are “unbiblical.”
With this newfound love for the Biblical, especially the grey areas of cuts from government spending (missed that part), surely they’ll be steadfast in opposing the clear Biblical violations. I guess that means we’ll see them at the March for Life next month? Heck, they won’t even have to get arrested.
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