Sarah Palin Linked to Christian Groups
The left-wing blogosphere is in high alert after learning that Gov. Sarah Palin is a Christian--and not just one of those safe, left-wing "religious" types, but a real, God-fearing, Bible-reading conservative Christian. Rumor has that she may even attend church because of faith and personal conviction, and a personal belief in Jesus Christ. She associates with other Christians who are rumored to hold the same beliefs. Some of these Christians believe in radical ideas like talking to other people about their faith and ministering to young women considering abortion. This, you understand, is simply not acceptable.As I'm sure you can understand, the lefties are convinced they've uncovered quite a blockbuster scandal with this one. The scandal doesn't end there. You may be shocked to learn, for example, that Sarah Palin is a member of the Juneau Christian Center, an Assemblies of God church headed by Pastor Mike Rose. (I, for one, had no idea.) Pastor Mike Rose is connected to other Christian pastors, including Pastor Rodney Howard-Browne, who is, according to the lefties, somehow connected to certain members of a "neopente dominionist"/Christian survivalist movement known as "Joel's Army". To the left-wing mind, the fact that Barack Obama has been an active member of Jeremiah Wright's radical black liberation church for 20 years doesn't really tell us anything at all about Barack Obama's personal beliefs, but the allegation that Sarah Palin can be indirectly linked to certain members of a radical group via a "six degress of separation" game tells us all we could possibly need to know about Sarah Palin's core beliefs. Such is the nature of the left-wing mind, I suppose... But wait--there's more! In addition to being a member of a pentecostal church, which has a pastor, who knows another pastor, who may know some other people who have some kinda scary ideas about "dominionism," Jesus and Christianity, Sarah Palin is apparently connected, directly or indirectly, with a network of other Christians and conservative politicians, including Kenneth Blackwell, Cathie Adams and T. Ray Grandstaff--all of whom, apparently, believe in spreading conservatism and/or Christianity. According to the lefties, Sarah Palin is also apparently connected, directly or indirectly, with a wide variety of Christian-related groups and movements, including Hobby Lobby, Eagle Forum, Focus on the Family, Feminists For Life, Campus Crusade for Christ, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Concerned Women for America, Bearing Fruit Communications, Athletes in Action, Military Religious Freedom Foundation and Chi Alpha. So, anyways, that's the latest line of lefty attack against Sarah Palin. It's burning up the internet tubes over there.