Christianity and capitalism are intertwined. They know how to control you.
>The two parties vote significantly differently on almost every issue; and they also roughly represent the ideological poles of the country.
On what counts to the capitalists that buy them they do not deviate. All the bullshit you think we fight over means nothing to the capitalists; except that everyone is unhappy and tries to placate themselves with the crap the capitalists sell.
>Jesus dude; go back and re-read this particular comment chain and tell me how what you just said makes any sense whatsoever.
Are you naive because you are an idiot? Or because you are thinking with your dick?
Why do you think the constitutionalists; the gun crazies; the fundamental christian live in the republican party?
>Says the literal communist.
Kruse's book investigates how the idea of America as a Christian nation was promoted in the 1930s and '40s when industrialists and business lobbies; chafing against the government regulations of the New Deal; recruited and funded conservative clergy to preach faith; freedom and free enterprise. He says this conflation of Christianity and capitalism moved to center stage in the '50s under Eisenhower's watch..
3 points in /r/atheism by 59179 | 24 Apr 2017
The meme that it is unChristian to help people via welfare stated in the 1930's and has been carefully promoted ever since.
See One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America for more info.
2 points in /r/technology by saijanai | 17 Jan 2017