Okay, well I thought I'd get some response from some of you about how you feel the religous right represents your thoughts. I'd really like to hear from those who do identify themselves as Christians, and if you are not a regular poster, I'd really like to hear your thoughts. I got a flyer about it and it got me thinking, so here it is (re-typed by me, so please excuse any typos). The religous right claims to speak for every person of faith, but do they speak for you? "I really believe that the pagans, the abortionists, the feminists and the gays and lesbians who are actively trying to make that an alternative lifestyle.....I point the finger in their face and say "you helped make this happen." -Jerry Falwell, speaking about the Sept. 11 terror attacks, The 700 Club "You say you're suppoed to be nice to the Episcopalians and the Presbyterians and the Methodists and this, that and the other thing. Nonsense. I don't have to be nice to the spirit of the Antichrist." -Pat Robertson, The 700 Club "The feminist agenda is not about equal rights for women. It is about a socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism and become lesbians" -Pat Robertson, The Washington Post "Our goal is a Christian nation. We have a biblical duty, we are called by God to conquer this country. We don't want equal time. We don't want pluralism." -Randall Terry, Indiana News Sentinel "Women are less equipped physically to "stay on course" in the brawling areas of business, commerce, industry, and the professions." -Pat Buchanan, San Fransisco Chronicle Now obviously, these quotes are particularly incindiary, but when these "men of faith" are what the world sees when they think of Christianity, my question is, do they represent how YOU feel? Thanks in advance.