Why Does GOD Scare Democrats So Much

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A homosexual Democrat known for pushing same-sex marriage is furious with a voluntary measure allowing schools to voluntarily display the religious national motto.

Scott Dibble of the Minnesota Senate is offended by the Christian God and His place in “In God We Trust,” which has been the nation’s motto for more than two centuries.

On the Senate floor, Dibble suggested using “Allah” instead of “God” and taunted the Republican sponsor of the bill with how he would react to seeing schools honor Allah over God.

Sen. Scott Dibble

Born in 1965, Scott Dibble got his start in politics by piggybacking on gay issues and the AIDS virus in the 1980s. He worked with an LGBT rights group that helped to force Minnesota’s 1993 Human Rights Act.

He is part of the local Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party and has been gay married to a guy name Richard Leyva since 2008. He has no other training beyond telling others what to do with taxpayers’ money.

Other than homosexual issues, Dibble has worked on global warming initiatives looking to lower the amount of carbon dioxide produced by industry. Perhaps the only useful thing he’s done is to work on a bill that would make it easier for terminal patients to access medical cannabis. But, he also wants it legal for recreation. That’s how gay marriage nonsense rolled through: They started with the bare bones issue of “What if gay couples are unable to legally access each other during difficult situations like hospital stays?” and now it’s all drag queens in classrooms and queers teaching kids about dildos.

Dibble’s actions on cannabis are the same way. Start with the good, medically sound idea. Once that’s accepted, go all out and make it recreational.

Allah Is Not God

While the word “Allah” is generally translated from Arabic as “God,” Allah is not the same as the Christian God.

The God of the New Testament is a forgiving God, but Allah actively hates people who do not worship him.

The mistake is made by anyone unfamiliar with Judaism and Christianity as well as Islam.

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Allah Is A Hateful God

It would be impossible to exchange “In God We Trust” for “In Allah We Trust” not just for the pure reasons of the motto, but for that God and Allah are very different.

In the Koran:

“And Allah likes not the disbelievers, sinners.” 2:276

“Allah does not like anyone who is a betrayer, a sinner” 4:107

Compare to both the Old and New Testaments:

“Know therefore that the LORD your God is God, the faithful God who keeps covenant and steadfast love with those who love him and keep his commandments, to a thousand generations.” Deuteronomy 7:9

“For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” John 3:16

“God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” Romans 5:8

” Anyone who does not love does not know God, because God is love.” John 4:8

So, God is Love, but Allah hates people. For Christians, you are unable to experience hate from God but only a lack of love if you are far from His light. Now that that’s settled, let’s get back to the bill and Sen. Dibble.

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Back To The Minnesota Law

“In God We Trust” was written into The Star Spangled Banner in 1812 because it was already part of the common lexicon from the founding of the country.

Sen. Dan Hall of the Republicans wants the bill to simply give the schools the option to display In God We Trust. Speaking with media about the backlash, he said:

“I just figured the opposition would be really short. When I started hearing more and more of this I thought, really? They don’t want it that much in their schools?”

While Sen. Dibble taunted Sen. Hall about feeling “the same if students walked in and instead of the word God the word Allah, which is the word for God in the Muslim religion, welcomes students to their schools,” another Senator named John Marty weighed in to whine:

“The money in my wallet has to say ‘In God We Trust,’ I think that’s offensive.”

Sen. Hall wants the measure to go forward to “bring respect back to our country.” He didn’t say that it should also bring back not being an atheist Christian-hating Islam-loving schmuck, but he probably thought it.

Sources: Fox News, Wikipedia, 

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