It shows you know nothing about the Holy Bible or religion for that matter.<quoted text>
A hypocrite would be someone who cares about the Bible or Santa Jesus the magic sky fairy. Since I don't, that makes you another idiot without a clue what he's talking about. Now about those rightwing Conservatives? Any Christians going on there?
A hypocrite would be someone who prances around on some moral high horse, talking sh1t about abortion, gays or women. Claiming to be a follower of the Bible, and then ignoring the parts they don't like. Such as paying taxes, turning the other cheek, giving your enemies your coat, treating the poor as if they are Jesus Christ himself, giving away all your wealth to get to heaven...all right from the Bible they claim to follow.
You know, hypocrites...like rightwing Conservatives.
There's reality and then there's that place where you guys live. American voters can obviously tell the difference.
I don't recall where God stated that government should confiscate money against the will of the people in order to take care of those who can't--or in our society, those who are just too lazy to work or conduct themselves with responsibility such has only having children they can afford.
But since you're an expert, let me ask: Do you suppose I'll go to heaven given the fact I worked all my life and forcibly had to support the lazy?
Jesus asked those who followed him to feed the poor and take care of the needy. He didn't ask government. In other words, it was optional to give of yourself--not mandated. Maybe you heard, Jesus and government didn't get along too well.
I'll clue you in on something else here: God didn't care for gays and he certainly disapproved of killing innocent children be they born or not. Or do you think Santa Jesus would approve of that also?
Again I stress that christianity didn't promote people paying taxes against their will. Your little piece was out of context excerpts. If you like, I can dig up a list of quotes out of the Bible that are against paying taxes. But since I can't address each one, I'll just give you a link so you understand what "Render unto Caesar" meant: