I don’t know how shocking, or newsworthy, this tidbit of information is, but apparently Nevada’s GOP nominee to unseat Senator Harry Reid thinks gays should not be allowed to adopt children and that the separation of church and state is unconstitutional.
In a four-page questionnaire Angle filled out for a conservative political action committee, she also said that teachers and students in public schools should be able to speak openly about religion, including the right to “publicly acknowledge the Creator.”
The document was obtained by the Associated Press.
Angle, a Southern Baptist, describes her campaign as a spiritual calling, and accused Democrats of trying to “make government our God” by expanding entitlement programs.
The conservative group, Government is not God, supports candidates who “stand firmly against the unbiblical welfare state that is destroying the spiritual and economic greatness of our nation.”
The group has also endorsed: California’s Carly Fiorina, Marco Rubio of Florida, J.D. Hayworth in Arizona and Jane Norton of Colorado.
So she’s against the government telling churches what to do, but she’s fine with the government telling homosexuals what they can or can not do? Got it.
Reid has called Angle’s platform “frightening.”
The Associated Press story is available here.