In case you haven’t yet, check out this post by Harry Binswanger, which was published over at American Thinker.
It’s not surprising that George Soros, under the guise of furthering “American Values,” is trying to divide those of us who have as our goal the return to a small, limited government, one dedicated to protecting individual rights. Binswanger’s response is excellent. Regardless of anyone’s religious beliefs (or lack thereof), in politics we need to deal with each other on the basis of reason. So long as we can do that, and no one tries to force his religious beliefs on anyone else, we can work together to oust this blood-sucking Obama Administration in 2012. The question then becomes: which non-Obama candidate is willing to set his (or her) religious beliefs aside in this manner? If a candidate is willing consistently to uphold the principle of separation of church and state, then he can avail himself of all the power of Rand’s moral defense of capitalism in the realm of politics. But if he’s not, then he has made himself vulnerable to the recent attacks by Soros et al.
To borrow from a Duran Duran song title, is there anyone out there?