Leave it to Alabama to potentially bring to the Senate the kind of absolutely bonkers, know-nothing, theocratic freak show like Louie Gohmert and Steve King.
If his predecessor, current cartoon Attorney General, Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III was a 19th century white supremacist conservative turned up to 11. Moore hooks the speaker up to nitrous oxide, bites the dial off, spits it into the air and shoots it. His opinions are so out of step with the mainstream of American thought that he makes Trump look, well, okay, I don’t want to go too far with that.
If you think that Roy Moore belongs in the Senate, then you are a half-bright goober whose understanding of American government and basic civics probably stops at the left side of your AM radio dial. You have no concept of the national interest and very little concept of your own, unless, as I suspect, you’ve made your own fears, and hating people and hawking loogies in all directions, the sum total of your involvement in self-government. You are killing democracy and you don’t know it or care. If you had any real Christian charity in your hearts, you’d keep Roy Moore in the locked ward of your local politics and not loose him on a nation that deserves so much better than him.
“There is no such thing as evolution,” he told The Washington Post this month. “That we came from a snake? No, I don’t believe that.”
Mr. Moore has often expressed his views in verse. A 2007 poem titled “America the Beautiful” concisely stated his positions on abortion and drugs.
“America the Beautiful, or so you used to be,
Land of the Pilgrims’ pride, I’m glad they’re not here to see
Babies piled in dumpsters, abortion on demand,
Oh, sweet land of liberty, your house is on the sand.
Your children wander aimlessly poisoned by cocaine,
Choosing to indulge their lusts, when God has said abstain.
From sea to shining sea this Nation has turned away,
From the teaching of God’s Law, and a need to always pray.”
If Trump is your crazy uncle actually sitting in the White House. Roy Moore is the Westboro Baptist Church taking over the Senate.