If you think I might not want to answer because I'm embarrassed or something, that's not true.<quoted text>
On a bit of a different note this does bring a question to my mind. If you don't want to answer no big deal... But I do wonder especially of Christians on the left your thoughts of the dnc convention in Charlotte where at first they were not going to speak of God and then took a vote on the matter. It seemed from the tape those present in the majority didn't want God as any part of it but it was changed for p.c I guess? Me I have more respect for an atheist than people that play games. And I say that for both sides. As a member of a non denominational one I see many that play church too.
I didn't think much about it because I didn't think it was important. It did not impact my faith, it did not impact my freedom to worship, so why should I care whether the party used the word God during the convention?
You know I've long said that the more often a person mentions the opposition (left, right, con, lib, Dem, Rep) the less value what they say should be given. Well, when someone mixes religion into that you can quadruple it - then double it twice more.
George M. Cohan (writer of Yankee Doodle Dandy) is quoted as saying "Many a bum show has been saved by the flag." He could have added religion to that too. In my opinion religion and politics make a bad cocktail, one where God is reduced to a prop.