GOP congressional candidate from Delaware Glen Urquhart makes the smartest, most-flawless argument ever against that insidious First Amendment…
"Do you know, where does this phrase 'separation of church and state' comes from?… It was not in Jefferson's letter to the Danbury Baptists… The exact phrase 'separation of church and state' came out of Adolph Hitler's mouth, that's where it comes from. So, the next time your liberal friends talk about the separation of Church and State ask them why they're Nazis."
I gotta give Urquhart credit for this one. He's totally, totally right. Thomas Jefferson never wrote "separation of church and state." He wrote "separation between church and state." Totally different. "Between" is a good patriotic American preposition. "Of," on the other hand, is a Nazi-sympathizer word. It just sounds anti-Semitic, doesn't it? Henry Ford even used it in the title of the 4th volume of his International Jew pamphlet series. What more proof do you need?
So, the next time your liberal friends ask you for the time of day, ask them why they hate Jewish people so much.
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