The GOP is using religion to justify slandering women and making up medieval age reasons for the weather.
First, how "God" is going to be one of the strategies some GOP are going to use to fight Hillary, which shows they are fundamentalist religious party & not a constitutional one.
Clinton hits 'fun deficit,' Perry staffer doubts God wants female president Rachel Maddow reports on headlines from some of the bigger names likely to pursue the presidency in 2016, including a Hillary Clinton speech on summer camp for adults, Rick Perry's questionable new hire, and the influence of Scott walker's union busting.
Second, notice how blaming bad events on God and not using science to explain the disasters has become an epidemic giving the impression that the back waters of America may be one of the backwaters of the western world (even Christian musicians seem to think America was the first in the western world to ban slavery when it was actually the last - another reason why every other white country on this planet sees America as a backwater country to some extent);
Nashville Flooding - God destroys New Orleans and Nashville -- two American cities with great musical traditions. (2:28)
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