Monday, August 4, 2014

IRS Strikes Deal With Atheists To Monitor Churches

The easiest way to handle this is to tell the Federal government to take their tax exempt status and shove it up their rear ends.
The FFRF claims that the IRS has not adhered to the ruling and that the settlement amounts to enforcing both the Johnson Amendment and the court ruling.

But is the Catholic Church "politicking" when it proclaims its "Fortnight for Freedom" dedicated to opposing ObamaCare's contraceptive mandate and the government's forcing schools and charities it considers an extension of its faith to include it in insurance coverage or face crippling fines?

Are Protestant and evangelical churches "politicking" when they participate in "Pulpit Freedom Sunday" this year on Oct. 5 to encourage congregations to "vote their faith," which they consider to be an exercise of free speech and freedom of religion?

The FFRF says that such events at "rogue churches" have "become an annual occasion for churches to violate the law with impunity." But doesn't the Constitution say that Congress can make no such laws?

Rather than "rogue churches," it's the rogue IRS that needs to be stopped.
So, whenever a "law" is passed and Christians rail against it, it becomes "politicking"??

It's clear as the day is long aetheists don't care about freedom of religion.  Their goal is to completely ERADICATE any worship of any sort of God.

What despicable people.


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