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Republican Congressman & Glenn Beck: Setting Health Care Vote On Sunday An “Affront To God”

by @ 7:35 pm on March 19, 2010. Filed under Dumbasses, Glenn Beck, Politicos & Pundits, Politics

More moonbattyness from the moonbats:

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) isn’t happy that the House may vote for healthcare reform on Sunday.

Speaking on the Glenn Beck show, King said a vote on the Sabbath was sacreligious.

“They intend to vote on the Sabbath, during Lent, to take away the liberty that we have right from God,” he said.

Beck agreed.

“Here is a group of people that have so perverted our faith and our hope and our charity, that is a — this is an affront to God,” Beck said.

“But I think it’s absolutely appropriate that these people are trying to put the nail in the coffin on our country on a Sunday — something our founders would have never, ever, ever done. Out of respect for God,” Beck added.


Of course Congressman King and Beck probably don’t remember that the Republicans passed their own perversion of liberty on Palm Sunday 2005:

On Palm Sunday in 2005, the Republican-controlled Senate passed a controversial bill to allow a federal court to intervene in the case of Terri Schiavo. The House passed the same bill shortly after midnight on Monday morning.

Hypocrisy ? Yep

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