Monday, June 26, 2006

The Point Where Christians Become Tools

Conservative political operative Grover Norquist moved $1 million in Jack Abramoff client money in 1999 to Ralph Reed, who--as leader of Christian anti-gambling groups--was working to defeat lotteries and casinos that would have compteted with Abramoff's tribal and Internet gambling clients [Source].

Just when you thought those evangelical groups like the Christian Coalition were based on moral principles, you come to to find out that they were a merely front for helping to eliminate the competition in an unfree marketplace.

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