Democratic Party: Anti-Religion/Anti-God or Not?
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Here we go again with more of what some might call “crap," but which I prefer to call exact biblical quotes, historical and statistical facts, and an attempt to stimulate dialogue on the socio-political issues of the day.

Our topic for today: The Democratic Party – Anti-Religion/Anti-God or Not? There has been some discussion on this here blog site as to whether the Democratic Party is “anti-religion” or “anti-God.” I contend that there is strong evidence that it is. In support of my argument, the following is provided:

*At their 2012 national committee meeting held in Charlotte, NC, the Democrats removed all references to “God” from their party platform. See:

When President Obama personally intervened and ordered members of his own party to put back a reference to God, the assembled masses responded with ‘angry cries and boos.” See:

(NOTE: It has also been reported that God was stricken from the party platform in the first place in order to bring the document into line with President Obama’s own personal beliefs. It was only after the opposition – joined by the mainstream media – began to make a huge issue out of it that the President saw the potential political damage for the Democrats in the upcoming election and ordered a reference to God be put back in.)

*The Democratic Party is the party of “abortion-on-demand.” Their 2012 party platform contains provisions for “the unrestricted right to an abortion without limitations” and “regardless of ability to pay.”


One of the 10 Biblical Commandments is: “Thou shalt not kill.” The Democrats basically contend that abortion does not involve “killing,” since the type of “life” being terminated does not qualify as “real human life” because it is not yet sentient (i.e., it is not self-aware and has no real “consciousness”). However, the counter-argument – based on scientific fact - is that when a human egg and a human sperm unite, the result is human life, and therefore by extension to extinguish same is in fact to “kill” within the meaning of the biblical proscription. Specifically:

“Science tells us that human life begins at the time of conception. From the moment fertilization takes place, the child's genetic makeup is already complete. Its gender has already been determined, along with its height and hair, eye and skin color. The only thing the embryo needs to become a fully-functioning being is the time to grow and develop.”


Further, the Bible – if not explicit - certainly suggests that life begins at conception:

“While Rebekah is pregnant with the twins Esau and Jacob, for example, Genesis 25:22 states that "the children struggled together within her." Likewise, when Elizabeth (pregnant with John the Baptist) meets the Virgin Mary, "the child leaped in her womb" (Luke 1:41). One of the most frequently cited passages in the abortion debate is Psalm 139:13, which addresses God with the statement that "you knit me together in my mother's womb."


Let’s bring the argument closer to home, and examine abortion within our great state of Georgia. The Abortion Surveillance Report issued by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention for 2010 (the most recent year for abortion data now available from the agency) reveals the following:

Although whites outnumber blacks 2-to-1 in Georgia, black abortions occur at a rate nearly 2.5 times greater than whites and comprise 53.6% of the total number of abortions in the state. An additional 24.3% of the total number of abortions are of Hispanic and other non-white races (Asian, Native American). This means that 77.9% of the total number of abortions conducted in Georgia in 2010 involved African-Americans, Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans, etc. - i.e., non-whites.


It is also a statistical and historical fact that these demographic groups have been extremely reliable Democratic Party voting blocks across the United States in recent years. According to our friends at

--The African-American community has “consistently voted between 85-95% Democratic” since the 1960s.

--In the two most recent presidential elections, Hispanics voted about 70% Democratic.

-- “(M)ost Native American precincts vote Democratic in margins exceeded only by African-Americans.”

--“ In the 2012 Presidential election, 73% of the Asian American electorate voted for Obama's re-election.” - and - “Barack Obama has the support of 85% of Indian Americans, 68% of Chinese Americans, and 57% of Filipino Americans”


The question that comes to mind based upon the above is WHY is the abortion rate – particularly in Georgia – so disproportionately high among African-Americans and so-called “minorities” (non-whites)? It is obvious that the Democratic Party platform and philosophy facilitates – even ENCOURAGES – abortion "on-demand” and at government expense. And this enabling is taken advantage of by African-Americans, Hispanics, and other non-whites at rates which are statistically disproportionate in significant numbers to whites. One conclusion is that large numbers of these extremely reliable Democratic Party voting groups do not view the termination of what science considers living human organisms to be a violation of the biblical commandment: “Thou shalt not kill.” Does this mean that they are “not-religious” or that they are “anti-God?” Perhaps not, but it certainly doesn’t make a strong statement that they are PRO-religion or FOR God, as it relates to the biblical commandment.

*Atheists comprise a significant constituency of the Democratic Party. By definition, atheists believe there is no God, and in fact the Greek basis for the word “atheism” is “atheos” which means “godless.” The lobbying arm of the atheist movement is the Secular Coalition of America (SCA), which is identified by our friends at as "a faction of the Democratic Party.” The issues that the SCA lobby for include:

•Protect Foreign Women from "U.S. Religious Extremist Policies" (my quotation marks) in Foreign Aid

•Eliminate "Religiously-Based Laws" (my quotation marks) Interfering with Contraception Access

•Eliminate Health and Safety Standard Exemptions for Religious Child Care Centers

•Protect Teen Students’ Rights to Form Atheist Clubs

•End "Marriage Discrimination" (my quotation marks) and Oppose Theological Definitions of Marriage

•Revoke Public Funding to the Boy Scouts Due to Religiously-Based Discrimination

•Eliminate "Religious Control" (my quotation marks) of Sex Education in Public Schools

•Remove “Under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance

•End Public Funding of Religious Schools

•Eliminate Taxpayer-Funded Housing for ‘Ministers of the Gospel’

•Do not allow tax money to be used to "mislead children for religious reasons" (my quotation marks and my editorial comment on the contents of the quote: WHATEVER THAT MEANS)

•End Employment Discrimination by Religious Groups via ‘Faith-Based’ Initiatives


According to a 2012 Pew Research Center survey, one in five Americans – the largest percentage in history — have no religious affiliation, and 63 percent of those people are registered Democrats. Further, a variety of exit polls in 2000 showed that 61 percent of religiously unaffiliated voters chose Al Gore over George W. Bush. In 2008, three-quarters of them voted for Barack Obama over John McCain. In 2008, they were as firmly Democratic as white evangelicals were Republican.


So the statistical and historical evidence clearly demonstrates that those who openly profess that they have NO religion and who believe there is NO God overwhelmingly vote DEMOCRAT.

*The Democratic Party is the self-professed party of homosexual or “gay” “rights.” Additionally, the 2012 Democratic Party platform (link above) cites a “vow” by President Obama to “actively combat efforts by other nations that criminalize homosexual conduct.” As I mentioned in another blog, the Bible is clear when it comes to homosexual acts (a.k.a. “gay rights”). What does the Bible say? I quote:

•Lev. 18:22, "You shall not lie with a male as one lies with a female; it is an abomination."

•Lev. 20:13, "If there is a man who lies with a male as those who lie with a woman, both of them have committed a detestable act; they shall surely be put to death.

•1 Cor. 6:9-10, "Or do you not know that the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived; neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor homosexuals, nor thieves, nor the covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers, shall inherit the kingdom of God."

•Rom. 1:26-28, "For this reason God gave them over to degrading passions; for their women exchanged the natural function for that which is unnatural, and in the same way also the men abandoned the natural function of the woman and burned in their desire toward one another, men with men committing indecent acts and receiving in their own persons the due penalty of their error. And just as they did not see fit to acknowledge God any longer, God gave them over to a depraved mind, to do those things which are not proper."

Note – again – these are not my words (i.e., “crap?”); they are exact quotes from the Bible. Based upon these biblical quotations, it is clear that the Democrats with their pro-homosexuality party stance and activism – without a doubt – take an opposing position to the Bible, and by extension to God since the Bible is the acknowledged Word of God.

When it comes to God and religion, I believe that you are either FOR or AGAINST. There is no in-between, despite any atheist arguments to the contrary. When you strike God from your party platform and boo when He is put back in, you certainly aren’t FOR God. When you actively promote the termination of human life in contravention of scientific fact and religious doctrine, you certainly aren’t FOR religion. When the agenda you lobby for consists of the SCA goals as listed above, there’s NO WAY that you can say you have “no position” on God or religion (at least not with a straight face).

Based upon all of the above – and more – I contend that the Democratic Party is in fact “anti-religion” and “anti-God.” But I’ll still try to keep an open mind. I welcome opposing views and an intellectually honest debate. What I’d really like see are ANY facts which demonstrate that the Democratic Party is FOR religion or FOR God. Specifically – I'd like someone - ANYONE - to identify what the Democratic Party or their supporters are doing to:

*Ensure the party and its platform, activism, goals and objectives support – or are “FOR” – God or religion

*Ensure that religious freedom is permitted “without restrictions and regardless of ability to pay"

*Promote religious practice and affiliation in recognition that these are important pillars of our society

*Demonstrate the same tolerance of an individual’s religious culture and beliefs to the equivalent extent that they lobby for tolerance of abortion and homosexual rights

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PoliticsNation commented on Wednesday, Mar 05, 2014 at 17:37 PM

All that may be true but the most important scripture is "judge yea not and yea shall not be judged". You nor Republicans have a heaven or hell to put someone in. Do you think God would be pleased with you denying someone food, a place to sleep, access to healthcare or education because of the lifestyle they choose? No. We are only here to do his will and show love. Your daily living should draw sinners in. They should look at the way you treat others and want to serve the God you serve. I also know that NO sin is greater than the other. So that little white lie you told, or indulgence in something, or hate or malicious or not obeying the law (speeding; guess what-all on the same level to God. So, that person your judging or holding animosity towards because they don't measure up to your beliefs may see the kingdom of heaven and you not. They could make peace with the father before they leave this earth and you could leave the earth-still holding malice in your heart. Who are we to judge?

PoliticsNation commented on Thursday, Mar 06, 2014 at 07:09 AM

Once again your blog is misleading and full of untruths. I also think it says a lot about you that you would turn your topic into an issue of the white woman vs the black and non white woman.

"In the 41 areas for which race was adequately reported, approximately 55% of women who obtained legal induced abortions were known to be white, 35% were black, and 7% were of other races; for 3% of the women, race was unknown. The abortion ratio for black women (503 per 1,000 live births) was 3.0 times the ratio for white women (167 per 1,000 live births). Additionally, the abortion ratio for women of other races (329 per 1,000 live births) was 2.0 times the ratio for white women. The abortion rate for black women (30 per 1,000 women) was 3.1 times the rate for white women (10 per 1,000 women), whereas the abortion rate for women of other races (22 per 1,000 women) was 2.2 times the rate for white women."


PoliticsNation commented on Thursday, Mar 06, 2014 at 07:12 AM

Correct link to website noted above:

sebekm commented on Thursday, Mar 06, 2014 at 16:31 PM

My blog is NOT full of "untruths." And the fact that you even say so - presuming you checked the links and read the entire blog - proves that you are only playing spin the story. I have cited statistical FACTS and exact biblical QUOTES.

I DID NOT MAKE UP THE CENTER FOR DISEASE CONTROL REPORT WHICH I CITED FOR MY ABORTION STATISTICS. Look at it. It is not a "right wing" report from a "right wing" web cite. It states statistical facts from reported abortions IN GEORGIA.



I asked questions which you refused to answer. Those questions are at the end of my basic blog post. From my research, I found NOTHING which indicates the Democratic Party is anything other than anti-religion - and by extension - anti-God. They call it "secularism." But there is not requirement for a political party to "separate church and state" from the causes they support. If there was, the Democrats would have sued the Republicans over it long ago. Political parties are known by the people who belong to them and the causes they support. The fact that atheists overwhelmingly are Democrats and the Democratic Party is the party where if you're religious "you need not apply" tells the whole story.

I repeat - What have the Democrats done to:

*Ensure the party and its platform, activism, goals and objectives support – or are “FOR” – God or religion?

*Ensure that religious freedom is permitted “without restrictions and regardless of ability to pay?"

*Promote religious practice and affiliation in recognition that these are important pillars of our society?

*Demonstrate the same tolerance of an individual’s religious culture and beliefs to the equivalent extent that they lobby for tolerance of abortion and homosexual rights?

I couldn't find a single thing. That's the point of my blog and it is NOT "full of untruths." There is not one single statistical fact or cited report which is "untrue." If there is, point them out and tell me WHAT IS UNTRUE.

Otherwise, we both know that my blog is full of truths that you refuse to admit.

shannalat commented on Thursday, Mar 06, 2014 at 16:40 PM

I am not sure if I am comfortable with associating religion with one political party or another. Religion and politics in my opinion do not mix well.
Some good verses about this from the bible would be
Matthew 22:21
"They said, “Caesar's.” Then he said to them, “Therefore render to Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and to God the things that are God's.”
I thessalonians 4:11-12
And to aspire to live quietly, and to mind your own affairs, and to work with your hands, as we instructed you, so that you may walk properly before outsiders and be dependent on no one.

Finally I would direct you to
Titus 3:9
But avoid foolish controversies, genealogies, dissensions, and quarrels about the law, for they are unprofitable and worthless.

PoliticsNation commented on Thursday, Mar 06, 2014 at 16:41 PM

I've already pointed that out. Your stats on abortion among race! Also, your interpretation of the bible is just-yours and the people you choose to follow.

I repeat-what have the Republicans done to hold up the blood stain banner?

*Help the poor and middle class
*Take care of the sick and shutin
*Not show a respect of person (rich vs poor)
And the list goes on and on.

sebekm commented on Thursday, Mar 06, 2014 at 16:52 PM

No PN - I'm asking the questions on my blog. What have DEMOCRATS done to support religion? The list does NOT go "on and on." Democrats want religion OUT of the national discourse on family and social issues. Why? Because they don't want to debate the GOP on the issue - they know they will LOSE.

Your silence to my questions tells the entire story. And the abortion stats I cite are NOT "MY" abortion stats - they are statistics from the Centers for Disease Control - a FEDERAL AGENCY which is under control of the Obama Administration. They report the numbers; I just quoted their stats.

sebekm commented on Thursday, Mar 06, 2014 at 17:02 PM

shannalat: Some believe that religion has no place in politics whatsoever. But that ignores the fact that this country was founded on Judeo-Christian principles and concepts which have guided the actions of our government - and people - since the Declaration of Independence. My unstated point in all this is that to devalue religion - ACROSS THE BOARD - as the Democratic Party does in their platform and their politics undercuts everything that has provided a moral compass for this country ever since its inception. When a government devalues and even attacks religion, it not only ignores an important resource to maintain order but it also puts a society on a path to social disorder and eventual disintegration.

I quoted the Bible on abortion and homosexuality because it is a typical Democrat argument that the Bible:

*Says nothing about abortion, and

*Does not condemn homosexuality.

The above quotes - WHICH I DID NOT MAKE UP - clearly show otherwise.

To debate this issue - IMHO - is not a "foolish controversy," nor is it about the law. It is about how the major political parties which produce the people who lead this country view religion and God.

These issues are just as important as domestic and foreign policy.

PoliticsNation commented on Thursday, Mar 06, 2014 at 17:55 PM

Seb-give it a rest. I could go back and fourth with you all day but it's not worth it. Put your view on the table and move forward. Information overload is running bloggers away and it consumes your mind body and soul.

Also, I just left a workshop about blogger etiquette-they say make your point-respond once than move on..Try it. I plan too.


sebekm commented on Thursday, Mar 06, 2014 at 18:11 PM

Already tried it - for many years. When you do, your single point/single comment gets buried in the noise. Also - when you believe your "adversary" either doesn't get your point or refuses to see it, it does them a disservice (and/or lets them off the hook) to just "go away." Also, other points come up in the debate which if you "move on" get uncontested.

We dither about some REALLY fine points around here, which I guess is to our credit that we get into the weeks (at least I think so).


*Your 07:09 AM link (abortion stats for WHITE WOMEN HAVE MORE ABORTIONS) doesn't work. So

*I went to - which is the official web site of the U.S. Census Bureau. There - at Table 101 - is displayed "Abortions—Number and Rate by Race: 1990 to 2007."

Look at the tables. From 1990 to 2007, the rate per thousand for white women varied from a yearly high of 21.5 to 13.8. The chart further shows that the rate per thousand for black women between 1990 to 2007 varied from a high of 63.9 to 48.2. See:

This table TOTALLY VALIDATES my contention and the statistics I cite in my basic blog post. The average rate is roughly 3:1 black vs. white - NATIONALLY. This takes into consideration that nationally there may be more white women than black women in the population, but sets for the percentages PER THOUSAND. In Georgia, the rate is even higher and is more significant considering that the RATIO of white women to black women in the Georgia population (i.e., total number of white women vs. total number of black women) is far smaller than in some other parts of the country.

These are not "misleading" statistics, and I didn't make them up.

PoliticsNation commented on Thursday, Mar 06, 2014 at 19:06 PM

I'm convinced more than ever that you have a problem with being wrong and will argue with a shoe. I will not feed that...narcissist behavior.

sebekm commented on Thursday, Mar 06, 2014 at 20:19 PM

When I am proven wrong, I will admit it. I'm trying to point out my reasoning and the factual basis of my arguments. You counter by saying my facts are "misleading" and you don't offer any evidence to show how Democrats support religion. After all - that's the subject and the questions raised by the blog. My hunch is that you won't address the questions because there are no good answers to support your "opposing argument."

When someone disproves my arguments or conclusions by showing me where my facts or reasoning are wrong, then I'll admit I'm wrong. I always have and I always will. But that hasn't happened YET - at least not on this blog.

You can call it narcissism. I call it sticking-to-your-guns and vigorous debate.

shannalat commented on Friday, Mar 07, 2014 at 11:21 AM

@ sebekm
“If I could conceive that the general government might ever be so administered as to render the liberty of conscience insecure, I beg you will be persuaded, that no one would be more zealous than myself to establish effectual barriers against the horrors of spiritual tyranny, and every species of religious persecution.”
~Founding Father George Washington, letter to the United Baptist Chamber of Virginia, May 1789

“The Government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian religion.”
~1797 Treaty of Tripoli signed by Founding Father John Adams

Religion is and should be personal not part of any political party

JimmyMack commented on Friday, Mar 07, 2014 at 14:44 PM

You are absolutely right Shan! But try telling that to the pentacostal conservative snake handlers we have here.

shannalat commented on Friday, Mar 07, 2014 at 15:33 PM

ha ha I really laughed out loud when I read that! oh boy. But if someone wants to be a pentacostal conservative snake handler I may not agree or understand but I say they should be who they are.

sebekm commented on Saturday, Mar 08, 2014 at 13:18 PM

"Religion is and should be personal not part of any political party."

Absolutely. I am not a particularly "religious person," but the point of this blog is POLITICAL. When one party ATTACKS religion and deemphasizes it at every turn, WE THE PEOPLE need to recognize this and understand the consequences.

This blog was a response to the denials by that party's supporters that my contention was untrue. I backed up my arguments with statistical and historical facts, which they were unable to refute, and which they attempted to dismiss with generic obfuscation.

I personally believe that organized religion has been and continues to be an essential pillar of American society, and - along with our legal system - provides the framework for the moral compass which maintains order and enables peace and prosperity. As we deemphasize - even attack - religion as an irrelevant or even UNNECESSARY element of a healthy society, which the Democrats do, we are cutting our own throats. The negative results are only seen over time, so those who do it now are making things worse for our descendants across the board.

Facts are facts. Opinions are opinions. I know the difference and when I present each category I identify them as such. One can take issue with an opinion, but history has shown almost always that when you ignore the facts, you are only shooting yourself in the foot.

sebekm commented on Saturday, Mar 08, 2014 at 14:40 PM

"This blog was a response to the denials by that party's supporters that my contention was untrue."

Substitute "true" for "untrue" in the above sentence.

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