Wednesday, February 08, 2006 - Liberal Clergyman Calls Boehner a 'Disaster for Religious Liberties'

And his main complaint is of John Boehner's support for Bush's faith-based initiative. That, in turn, is nothing more than an assurance that a religious organization has as much right as any other to provide such social services as the government, from time to time, asks other people to provide.

In point of fact, The "Reverend" Welton Gaddy, head of The Interfaith Alliance, wouldn't know religious persecution if he himself got arrested for preaching. As for The Interfaith Alliance itself, I'll let its Republican critics describe it, as they do in this article.


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