Harris: Non-Christian Politicians 'Legislate Sin'

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Harris: Non-Christian Politicians 'Legislate Sin'

Congresswoman Katherine Harris (R-FL) recently stated that separation of church and state was "a lie," and that non-Christian elected officials would "legislate sin." What do you think?
  • "She wasn't saying that Christians are the only people fit to make laws—just that they're the only people, period."

    Wendy Raudive
    Customer Support
  • "As a sin lobbyist, I have to say that Harris is making it very difficult for sinner interests and the sin platform."

    Constatin Clark
    Sin Lobbyist
  • "What kind of lie is 'separation of church and state?' A 'the check is in the mail' kind of lie, or a 'the world was created in seven days and dinosaurs never existed' kind of lie?"

    Andy Lees
    Systems Analyst