Liberals are always quick to accuse conservative Christians of trying (or at least wanting) to force their views down everyone else’s throat. I would have to agree that there are indeed some conservative Christians who fit that description. However, they haven’t cornered the market on that kind of mindset. Some liberals could just as easily point the finger back at themselves.
Look at the way Rand Paul, the recently nominated GOP Senate candidate from Kentucky, has been treated for not toeing the politically correct line. Following the landslide primary victory that sealed the nomination for him, Paul, an eye surgeon and son of Texas Congressman Ron Paul, was asked by a liberal talk show host to state his views about the 1964 Civil Rights Act. He responded that he was personally against bigotry and discrimination, and generally agreed with this law. Read more