Mock the Maker
WorldNetDaily and Delta Mike Charlie have the story on a Democrat Party ad campaign.
The graphic and product attack the faith of those who would follow Jesus Christ.
Burn in Hell Hypocrite symbol
from the Democratic Party
Negative political campaigns are only effective if the losing candidate is far, far behind, trailing a competitor. Where candidate criticizes candidate.
It is seldom a wise use of a marketing budget to malign a voter.
Or the Maker.
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Delta Mike Charlie, a blog, is the source for WorldNetDaily.
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“The graphic and product attack the faith of those who would follow Jesus Christ.”
You can’t really be that dense to think this is true, can you? You miss the point entirely. This is not attacking Christ, but those people who call themselves Christians who do not act like Christians. Get a clue.
Daedalus, no, the Democratic Party message is very clear: The graphic and product attack the faith of those who would follow Jesus Christ.
The picture speaks to anyone who would have a “fish” on their car — not just the hypocrites.
There was no market segmentation in the message between Saints, Sinners and Hypocrites.
I would classify your comment, as we say in politics, as “going negative.” The ‘dense’ description is, well, a clue.
You must be losing the argument.
That is just so offensive. Why is it that Christians are always called intolerant and yet no one seems to “tolerate” Christians. It is really wearing on my last nerve!
Jane, I think you are right. Our leftist friends preach tolerance but act in other ways.
I would guess that they are, well, hypocrites.