American politics doesn’t need a Christian supremacy. It needs solidarity.
Pro-life Democrats and socially conservative voters concerned about economic justice have been left politically homeless.
“In a country that spans a continent, in a party that produced Eisenhower and Reagan, there is still no serious challenge to the ideological supremacy of a corrupt con man who cares nothing for democratic traditions, constitutional limits and moral norms.”
on religious conservatives: “The goal of their advocacy is really Christian supremacy. Instead of seeking the good of the whole, this type of political engagement seeks a privileged place for certain sectarian beliefs.“
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“American politics will be improved and humanized when some party gives this solidarity movement — rather than Christian supremacy — a comfortable political home.”
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“The goal of their advocacy is really Christian supremacy. Instead of seeking the good of the whole, this type of political engagement seeks a privileged place for certain sectarian beliefs. Privileged legal status. Privileged White House access.”
“Pro-life Democrats such as Carr, and Protestants influenced by Catholic social thought like me, and Jewish, Mormon and non-religious people who view social solidarity as a central commitment have been left homeless.”