Monday, March 03, 2008

Good Friends, Better Times

From a 2005 article about Tim Goeglein, the longtime aide to President Bush who resigned on Friday after admitting to multiple cases of plaigiarism:

Goeglein is such a solid "ambassador" to the Christian Right that when Ted Haggard, the head of the National Association of Evangelicals, made his first post-election visit to the White House he stopped by and congratulated Goeglein for his effective work of bringing Christian voters to the polls.

"He is the key person that actually produced the evangelical vote in America," Haggard told the Indianapolis Star. "It was Karl Rove's initiative, but it was Tim that actually did it. When we call Tim, his office responds. He's the one evangelical leaders across America have a relationship with."

6 Comments:

Anonymous Doug said...

Goeglein and Haggard, there's a match made in heaven...

3/03/2008 5:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess plaigarism isn't considered stealing in the Republican version of right and wrong. Love those family values that Republicans like to pat themselves on the back for.

3/03/2008 10:57 AM  
Blogger LFC said...

I guess plaigarism isn't considered stealing in the Republican version of right and wrong.

Anything's excusable if you're doing the Lord's work. Interesting how the Lord's work includes political support for Republicans.

How would Jesus register to vote?

3/03/2008 5:01 PM  
Anonymous AnneLaurie said...

If only these people had the emotional maturity to screw each other literally instead of screwing the rest of us metaphorically...

3/03/2008 8:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Politics corrupting Christianity, one person, one Commandment at a time.

Your special gift from Karl Rove, Tim Goeglein, Ted Haggard, George W. Bush.

3/04/2008 11:52 PM  
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it was a pretty good article. I've read the same article two times and I won't do it again because it's clear on my mind now.

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