In a 2003 interview with the Boston Globe, John Kerry said that he and his wife Teresa regularly attended Mass, but added that he still had some policy differences. Nothing has changed in the last decade. To these folks, everything is political, even God.

“I believe in the separation [of church and state]. I believe in not wearing it on my sleeve,” Kerry said. “I have my obvious, clear differences with respect to some of the liturgy.” He added, “There are other parts that are quite stirring and meaningful.”

Yes, John Kerry, the a la carte Catholic. He believes in separation of Christian and Jewish church and state, not Muslim church and state. That ones okay.

It’s okay to directly fund Islamic studies in school. And even better, when it’s a foreign school system. I understand, being that America has so much extra cash lying around. Why not promote Islam in the Czech school system.

What, you say? You weren’t aware that you, the American taxpayer through Kerry’s State Department, is funding an “I love Islam” study program in the Czech Republic?

The Clarion Project wrote that: “The project—Muslims in the Eyes of Czech Schoolchildren—is being spearheaded by a Muslim advocacy group and is being financed by American taxpayers through a grant from the US Embassy in Prague. (The US State Department is also promoting Islam in other European countries.)

Well, ain’t that nice.

The “brainwashing” project is aimed at elementary and secondary schoolchildren. The project’s website states that there are 3 levels of study, although I’m thinking there may be a fourth they don’t advertise; but more on that to come.

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