Politico: Religion Disappearing Would Be Great For Politics, and Isn’t a Hillary Bible Reading Awesome?

Posted by on Jun 11, 2015 at 8:13 am
Hillary Rodham Clinton

These morons have no idea how pathetic they look.

Imagine no religion. This is no figment of your imagination. It is happening now and it may be the most important trend of the new century. Indeed, pulling back for a big history perspective, the shedding of religious dogmas and the demolishing of ecclesiastical authoritarianism has been underway ever since the Enlightenment, and in my new book The Moral Arc I claim that this may well be the most important thing that has ever happened to our civilization.

But when it comes to the left embracing religion, hey, it’s all cool.

You know you’re tight with the boss when she attends your wedding, but it’s a whole other level of closeness when she takes part in the ceremony. Such was the case this past weekend as Jake Sullivan, Hillary Clinton’s steadfast foreign policy adviser, married Maggie Goodlander on Saturday at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.

The Democratic presidential front-runner was on the program at the couple’s evening wedding, reading from the Letter of St. Paul to the Romans, as the duo tied the knot at Battell Chapel on the Yale campus, where Goodlander attended law school and Sullivan has been teaching. (Clinton’s was a bigger role than that of U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power, who gave a toast at the couple’s barbecue rehearsal dinner the evening before, which was also attended by Bill Clinton.) Hillary Clinton, for her part, squeezed the wedding into a busy week of East Coast fundraisers that included stops in Greenwich, Rhode Island, Boston and D.C.

She’s so devoutly religious we imagine she’s already praying her floundering campaign will find its footing.

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One Response to “Politico: Religion Disappearing Would Be Great For Politics, and Isn’t a Hillary Bible Reading Awesome?”

  1. Metamucil on 12/12/15 at 11:45 am

    Grammaw Pantsuit can give first hand accounts of when the bible was written but she is busy being the people’s champion at the $200,000 a day rental in the Hamptons.