Saturday, May 19, 2007

News from a parallel universe

(AP) Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told Liberty University's graduating class Saturday to honor the spirit of school founder Jerry Falwell by confronting "the growing culture of radical secularism" with Christian ideals.


"A growing culture of radical secularism declares that the nation cannot profess the truths on which it was founded," Gingrich said. "We are told that our public schools can no longer invoke the creator, nor proclaim the natural law nor profess the God-given quality of human rights.

"In hostility to American history, the radical secularists insist that religious belief is inherently divisive and that public debate can only proceed on secular terms," he said.

Number of people killed on 9/11: 2992

Number killed by religious fundamentalists: 2992

Number killed by radical secularists: 0

Number of people killed in Iraq since U.S. invasion: 70,000 - 700,000

Number killed by (directly or indirectly) by religious fundamentalists: 70,000-700,000

Number killed by radical secularists: probably zero

Oh, and apparently Thomas Jefferson is hostile to American history, too.

Attaboy, Newt.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gingrich delivers some eulogy. Being a serial divorcer gives one special insight.

4:13 AM  

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