President George W. Bush says that faith-based organizations should be able to compete for government funds without being forced to hide their religious character. I think I might agree with the people that say this blurs the line of separation of church and state too much. Also, I have a hard time believing that Duhhhbya respects the constitutional separation of church and state. I just don’t buy into that. I have a hard time believing most words that come out of his mouth, and I have since he was ran for Governor of Texas. I don’t really know why, but the man has always rubbed me the wrong way. It’s just a personal thing.
For the record, I am neither “Democrat” or “Republican”, I vote based more on the candidates and the issues than party lines. I do lean more towards the Democrat side, but there are a few big issues where I definately lean Republican. Ironically, I support school vouchers, but that is probably because I went to Catholic schools for 8 years and have considered sending my son to Catholic school too. Since they are educating children that would otherwise be in the public school system I think that’s ok. Does that make me a hypocrite? Probably, considering how I feel about Duhhhbya. Wait, I’m not a hypocrite – I am just strongly opinionated when it comes to myself. I don’t care what other people believe in, as long as it isn’t the president of my country or a politician making laws that effect us all. Friends on the other hand are allowed to have opinions different than mine – I like diversity.