Taxes and Politics
What do you guys think of this line of thought: The day is not to far off when Rick Warren and the rest of the Christian community are going to be getting a tax bill from the Gov/IRS because they have gotten involved in the political machine. Seporation may be a dirty word for us as evangelicals and Christ followers, but this is one reminder that that distance ought to be respected. When an Obama or Hillary gets the tap for CEO of America, the days of the church getting taxed on income is not far behind. After all, we keep on reminding them that we have a voice and get behind candidates. It's not unrealistic to think that the shunned-by-the-Christian-right Dems are going to retaliate one of these days... Falwell got the Moral Majority in the game and found his church, school and university under the IRS, NEA, and SACS gun for a decade. Warren may be a wiser player in this arena today and escape the retaliation of spurred politicians, but I tend to think politicians are universally dirty and hold long grudges.
Endorced or not, a favorite is going to emerge from any church appearance...
Am I out in right field here?
Alright people, pay attention:
"To Many " is an address like in a toast or tribute while "Too Many " is an implication of excess.
I think I am the only non-fox guy out here!