GOP-Tea Partier Kowtows To The Christian Right

GOP-Tea Partier Kowtows To The Christian Right

Delaware GOP-Tea Party candidate Christine O'Donnell took a lot of heat last week for not understanding the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. It turns out that she is not the only one.

GOP-Tea Party and right wing extremists, Ken Buck, Sharron Angle, Christine O'Donnell and other have kowtowed to the Christian right on the issue of Church and State.

Last year, at a meeting before a group at Colorado Christian University, Ken Buck, who is running for the U..S. Senate from the state of Colorado, claimed falsely, that the doctrine of the Separation of Church and State is not in the Constitution.

The Denver Post reports -- "Republican Ken Buck's comments that he disagreed 'strongly with the concept of the separation of church and state' reverberated through the political blogosphere Tuesday, forcing Buck's campaign into yet another defensive posture less than a week before the election.'"

Folks may excuse Christine O'Donnell and Sharron Angle for their bonehead interpretations of the Constitution. Ken Buck, as county prosecutor, should know better. Well, most folks think that Mr. Buck was just whoring for votes.