Bush vs. God

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Rel Davis, a retired Unitarian minister, has written “Bush vs. God” for the Progressive Populist. Here is his premise:

Anyone who maintains a public position as a religious person has a responsibility to live up to the standards of that religion.

George W. Bush, more than any previous president, uses his religion as both a mantle of authority and as justification for many of his actions, but how well does he really live up to the principles he claims to believe in? A close analysis of his actions as president and the Ten Commandments reveals that he has not broken one of them.

That one is the seventh commandment. His record on the other nine reveals a dismal failure.

I would have said “miserable failure,” but that’s quibbling.

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