Sunday, March 28, 2004


Obviously, John Kerry doesn't understand Christianity because he doesn't have Olasky's "objectivity."

John Kerry, speaking Sunday to churchgoers on the city's north side, rejected President Bush's claim to be a compassionate conservative and said the administration was neglecting the less fortunate.

Today we are told that, after 3 million lost jobs and so many lost hopes, America is now turning a corner," the pending Democratic presidential nominee said. "But those who say that, they're not standing on the corner of Highland Street, where two 15-year-old teenagers were hit in a drive-by shooting last week."

Kerry never mentioned Bush by name, instead aiming his criticism at "our present national leadership." In appealing to worshippers to oppose the devout Christian president, Kerry cited scripture and an African proverb: "When you pray, move your feet."

"The scriptures say, what does it profit, my brother, if someone says he has faith but does not have works?" Kerry told the congregation at New North Side Baptist Church. "When we look at what is happening in America today, where are the works of compassion?"