Sunday, March 20, 2005

Topic of the Week - 2005 Review

With Congress taking time off because of Easter week and reconvening the first week in April, so all of you get a perspective on some of the topics specific to policy issues that have transpired in the first Congressional Legislative Session of 2005 and other government areas, I have outlined issues that have become legislation and/or have been initiated and acted upon by our current regime and/or The Christian Right. This Blog's objective is to raise awareness and stimulate discussion of The Christian Right's value system's affect on public policy as aligned with the conservative movement and a majority wing of the Republican party.

Many Christians are put on defense immediately when entering the Blog based on the name "The Christian Wrong" - that is understandable. But do know the intent of this Blog name is to "stir the pot," if you will, in order to engage liberals & conservatives, moderate Christians & conservative Christians and Democrats, Republicans & Independents in discussion, debate and to hopefully come to an understanding of one position as well as another. It is not to attack Christians or Christianity, in general.

The term "values" has been overused to a degree when explaining the political polarization in the United States. However, this value system debate is the foundation of our differences when it comes to public policy issues. Thus, the list of issues below that have transpired in 2005 is intended to frame this discussion. I am going to comment and challenge specific issues in order to provoke reaction so it entices discussion. In no particular order...

1. Bush's Major Appointments in Second Term - Alberto Gonzalez as Attorney General, Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State, Michael Chertoff as Department of Homeland Security, Donald Rumsfeld to continue as Secretary of Defense, Paul Wolfiwitz to head the World Bank, John R. Bolton as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations....stating he has a "mandate" the day after winning the Presidential election, it seems President Bush has structured a team that is seemingly more right-wing than his first term - agree/disagree? What signal is Bush sending to the European, Asian and Muslim countries? What signal is he sending to the American people?

2. Foreign Policy - The Bush regime's policy on the War on Terror with an objective of pre-emptive action, is this the right policy? The Iraq war - was it, is it worth it? The Mideast policy of aggression in instituting democracy - is this right? Multi-lateral talks with North Korea - the right strategy? Aligning with Europe on negotiations with Iran - make sense? The American policy on the conflicts in Africa (i.e. Darfur, Uganda)? The U.S. actions within the United Nations? Other Foreign Policy Initiatives?

3. The Budget Proposal & Budget Deficit - 150 programs are targeted for cuts or elimination as well as making the tax cuts in Bush's first term permanent. In addition, why were social security "reform" and the escalating cost of the Iraq War not included in Bush's budget proposal? One must identify the overarching objective by this regime that started four years ago with an actual intention of increasingly building the deficit. Yes, an intention of increasing the deficit. This underlying conservative objective is not new (remember the Reagan deficits) and one of its primary missions is to eliminate many social programs in order to concentrate more dollars within the conservative preferred programs; defense spending, tax incentives, faith-based programs, etc. and cut or eliminate many of the socially funded programs. Is this ethical?

4. The Christian Right, George Bush and The Anti-Gay Movement - James Dobson, former Director of Focus on the Family, publicly proclaimed that SpongeBob SquarePants is being used to promote a homosexual agenda and initiated a massive campaign to boycott the show. The nation's new education secretary, Margaret Spellings, denounced PBS in late January for spending public money on a cartoon with lesbian characters, saying many parents would not want children exposed to such lifestyles. In his State of the Union speech, George Bush stated "Because marriage is a sacred institution and the foundation of society, it should not be re-defined by activist judges. For the good of families, children, and society, I support a constitutional amendment to protect the institution of marriage." Many other media and non-media initiatives by the conservative wing , The Christian Right and our President are taking place against the gay community. Is this agenda against the gay community in contrast to the Civil Rights Act of 1964? Is our President and The Christian Right practicing prejudice?
Webster's dictionary defines prejudice as "an irrational attitude of hostility directed against an individual, a group, a race, or their supposed characteristics" - it sounds like our President and The Christian Right is not only practicing prejudice but inflaming it. Your opinion?

5. The Environment - The Senate passed 51-49 to allow the ecologically rich Alaska wildlife refuge to oil drilling. Amid soaring oil and gas prices, a contested debate allowed this drilling to take place later in the year. Also, The Christian Right has a majority percentage that believe in "Dominion Theology" defined as God gave dominion over the earth to Adam & Eve (dominion meaning supreme authority). With the belief in the second coming of Jesus Christ and Judgment Day, The Christian Right believes in a finite life to our planet realizing in a partial disregard for the environment. The Bush Administration has catered to this belief system...to a degree. That being said, it was encouraging to see some Evangelical leaders speak out in the last 10 days in support of an agenda that protects the environment against global warming. Thoughts, opinions on the drilling of oil in the Alaska wildlife refuge? On the environmental record of George Bush? On Dominion Theology?

6. Social Security Issue - Seemingly the top priority of Bush's second term agenda is Social Security reform, and he has put on the table a major restructuring of Social Security with private accounts as the key piece of his Social Security proposal. If one studies the conservative agenda, one would discover that conservatives have an overarching agenda to cut benefits and potentially eliminate Social Security altogether in the future. Is Bush initiating reform to reach this objective in the future or is he truly interested in protecting Social Security? Does his emphasis on private accounts have anything to do with saving Social Security or is his private account initiative designed to cater to Wall Street? Is this "crisis" truly a crisis?

7. The Bush Regime and the News Media - when the government has to phony up coverage to make itself look good, what are we to make of the Bush administration's quarter-billion-dollar PR campaign (with our tax dollars) in which at least 20 federal agencies have sent out hundreds of self-promoting TV reports to networks and local stations disguised as news reports? Or of broadcasters' willingness, on a far wider scale than has been reported, to air these bogus stories as ordinary journalism? Or, to deny and/or grant access to the White House Press corps who do or do not challenge the Bush regime's agenda or who are planted (i.e. Jeff Gannon) in the White House to ask questions to compliment the objective of a particular issue? Or, Bush's stump tour on Social Security where the audience is hand-picked of those that only support his Social Security reform? Is this Government control and manipulation of the media? Is this Propaganda?

8. Bankruptcy Legislation - Within the last 10 days, Congress passed legislation to make it more difficult to file for personal bankruptcy. Although there are those who have abused prior bankruptcy legislation in filing to protect credit card debt (reports state less than five percent), a Harvard study stated that the "big three" incidents; lack of ability to pay health care costs, divorce/separation or loss of job account for 87 percent of personal bankruptcies. In that the conservative agenda is to protect "big business" interests, is this legislation just for the average consumer?

9. Class Action Lawsuits (Tort Reform) - specific to moving large-scale, consumer class action lawsuits to the Federal Courts to prevent lawyers to seek venues and locations that are sympathetic to consumers, is restructuring class action lawsuits a good thing for consumers? One can argue it is not in that it allows "big business" to eventually budget in the cost of class action lawsuits in their annual budgets regardless of the affects on consumers rights, personal health and our environment. Your opinion?

10. Christianity and Public Education - The Christian Right is attempting to incorporate Christianity as part of public education's curriculum. The leaders of The Christian Right have devised a strategy to incorporate religion, specifically Christianity, into our public educational system into the subject of American History by educating children and adolescents on Creationism as a theory in contrast to the theory of evolution. Is utilizing our tax dollars to educate students on religion, specifically Christianity, right?

In addition, a just released study on March 18th conducted by Yale & Columbia Universities over a period of eight years, found the teen "Virginity" pledges are just as likely to contract STD's despite a commitment to delay sexual relations until marriage, and most pledges (61-79 percent dependent upon "consistent" and "inconsistent" pledgers) engaged in premarital sex and the pledges used condoms less than those that did not pledge. And guess what? President Bush has requested $206 million in federal funding for abstinence-only programs this year. Is it right to allocate tax dollars to promote a program that increases health risks among teens? Your opinion?

11. Pro-Choice/Pro-Life Legislation - Tucked into the $388 billion budget measure approved by the House and Senate back in November of 2004 is a sweeping provision specific to curtailing personal choice. In essence, it tells health care companies, hospitals and insurance companies they are free to ignore Roe v. Wade, and ignore state/local laws and regulations currently on the books, to make certain that women's access to reproductive health services includes access to abortion. Senator Barbara Boxer, Democrat of California, won a promise from the Senate majority leader, Bill Frist, to permit a direct vote on a bill repealing this measure not long into the Congressional session of 2005. Has this issue resurfaced in the current session? Your opinion on this practice of burying issues within spending bills? Your opinion on restricting abortion as an option to those medical institutions partially funded with tax dollars?

12. Faith-Based Initiatives - within the budget proposal is over a quarter of a billion dollars allocated to Faith-Based Initiatives which is another way of stating that tax dollars are being allocated to religious organizations. And with the alignment of the conservative wing of the Republican Party with The Christian Right, there is concern that tax dollars will go to support religious organizations that directly or indirectly fund the right-wing politicians and only support the religion of Christianity. Is this separation of Church and State as our Forefathers intended?

13. Christianity and Public Forum - . Whether the Pledge of Allegiance is unconstitutional based on the reference to "under God" which calls into question the separation of Church & State, whether the Ten Commandments should be displayed in court houses and other public places funded primarily by tax dollars, whether references to the Christian God is appropriate by our Political leaders in public speeches specific to policy issues, and many, many more contested issues between the separation of church & state in public forum...your opinion?

14. Euthanasia - The Terry Schiavo case, the movie "Million Dollar Baby," and numerous other cases framing the debate between the right to life and right to personal choice of death factions. Congress actually has interfered with the Judicial branch of our government in the Terry Schiavo case...is this Democracy when one of our branches of government interferes with the jurisdiction of another branch? Is the right to life or right to personal choice of death a Legislative, Judicial and/or Executive jurisdiction?

Of course, there are many, many other issues that have come to surface in 2005 specific to public policy and the conservative agenda. I hand-picked those issues that seemingly are the most controversial thus far. If you care to comment, click on 'Comment' below and post accordingly.

43 Comments:

At 7:10 PM, Blogger AADAMS said...

We're certainly pounded by it - quite literally pounded - every day. The insidious, unethical, and thuggish acts of the Bush administarion are relentless; I see no exception to that and I have no trust that any choice made, law passed, or progressive action stopped is done for the good of the country - for anyone beyond a very small few and a broader body of corporate interest groups.
We've earned hate overseas and we've been stripped of many of the liberties, and privacies, inherent to any country that raises the rhetoric of freedom in so hypocritical a way. (Listening to Bush - almost impossible to stomach - but... he speaks of spreading freeedom like its a tub of margarine that can be passed around the table.). Before she died, the clean-heated Susan Sontag spoke of how, today, we live in a "culture of spectatorship." And we do - a culture of watching the world unravel at a step's distance, in places removed from our everyday lives. Obviously this rings true for the war in Iraq. With the exception of those families that have lost loved ones - it's just a wash of of insanity and car bombs seen on television sets and heard on radios in the morning as we drive to work. We turn it on and we turn it off, as we choose. Anyhow, I think of this most - right now - with regard to the Senate's vote to allow drilling in the Alaskan Wildlife Refuge. It was a refuge - a place we were suppose to let be. We won't see the first destruction of something... sacred. Sacred not only to the indigenous peoples living in the area and who have depended on the caribou migrations for millenia, but it was also this sacred place of pure wilderness to so many. It was is so intensely symbolic. Now there's probably to be a long steel pipe through the ice tundras and mountains - a big old human scar on a place we should have left alone.

 
At 7:24 AM, Anonymous BAnderson said...

With the Schiavo case in the news, it demonstrates how important the right to life issue is in this country. It is good to see Congress intervene when it comes to protecting life. You ask if this is democracy on this issue - of course it is. Right to life is one of the purposes of democracy.

 
At 8:54 AM, Blogger Adelphi said...

I wish Right to Life was important to Congress when it concerned health insurance! there are millions of people unprotected in this country from serious illness and the terrible toll of not having insurance. Seeing doctors too late, inadequate health care because the doctors/hospitals will not get paid. This goes hand in hand with the subject last week - the proposed reform of bankruptcy law - do you realize over half of the bankruptcies declared in our country are due to illness! Where is congress on this issue? I'm am enraged at President Bush's audacity to interfere in a private family matter. This woman is a vegetable, she has no swallowing reflex, no ability to think. Yes she has a startle reflex, but that is all! Where is congress's concern on right to life re: the war in Iraq - what about these young soldiers right to life? what about unwanted abused children’s right to life? this party is there to prevent abortion, but how about the care of unwanted babies after birth? Bottom line, let's call a spade a spade - Bush & Co.is more concerned with the political advantage of this issue - how they can capitalize from it. I doubt that they have read the transcripts from 7 years worth of litigation on Terry Schiavo's condition, which explains in detail the state of her brain. She is completely unable to live on her own and would you want to remain in an unending vegetative state? Shouldn’t her husband, who gains nothing from her death, have the right to carry out her wishes?

 
At 1:55 PM, Blogger Adelphi said...

RE: The Christian Right, George Bush and The Anti-Gay Movement. Gay people seem to belong to a genuinely oppressed minority - citizens denied a chance to live their lives openly because of religion based intolerance. Shouldn't we as a society be trying to incorporate ALL people? religion, sexual orientation, race, abilities? I quote Neil Steinberg, columnist for the Chicago Sun Times, "it isn't as if the president, in his State of the Union address, announced plans to push for a constitutional amendment keeping disabled people in the attic, which is basically what he wants to do to gays, barring them from approaching the mainstream of American life.”

 
At 10:07 PM, Anonymous Mike55 said...

With AADAMS so against the drilling in the Alaskan Wildlife refuge stating it is sacred, how else are we going to be less dependent on foreign oil, especially oil from OPEC. The Alaskan Wildlife refuge has been used as a political ploy by the Democrats stretching back decades and we continue to be energy dependent. At least the Bush administration is attempting to change this. And numerous studies show the oil drilling will barely harm the eco-system, if at all.

The potential to provide oil for each state for years and years would be significant. Based on the mean United States Geological Survey (USGS) estimates of oil potential in Alaska’s Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (10.4 billion barrels) and petroleum consumption for each state using statistics provided by the Energy Information Agency (EIA), go to this study and URL below for more information on your state.

http://www.anwr.org/archives/ANWRHowLong.pdf

 
At 11:49 PM, Blogger PWB said...

In response to Mike55, there are numerous studies that dispute the USGS projection of 10.4 billion barrels of oil reserves in the Alaskan Wildlife Refuge. In fact, there is no basis of fact that there is any oil, let alone this projected supply. Regardless, your argument that this oil supply will lessen our dependency on OPEC is opposed vehemently by many.

I am an avid reader of Thomas Friedman of the NY Times who Tom Brokaw stated in one of his last interviews, prior to his retirement, 'Friedman has more knowledge and insight on the Mideast with respect to the history, culture, energy industry, and conflict than anyone alive today.'

In a recent Op-Ed column, Friedman stated his position on the oil drilling in Alaska - see the three paragraphs below from his Op-Ed:

Thomas L. Friedman: How drilling in Alaska endangers U.S.
Thomas L. Friedman, New York Times
March 21, 2005

""On energy, the Bush team's obsession with drilling in the Alaskan wilderness to increase supply is mind-boggling. "I am sure China will be thrilled with the Bush decision to drill in Alaska," said the noted energy economist Philip Verleger Jr. "Oil in Alaska cannot easily or efficiently be shipped to our Gulf Coast refineries. The logical markets are on the West Coast of the United States and in Asia. Consumers in China and Japan, not the U.S., will be the real beneficiaries of any big Alaska find.

"With a big find, China and Japan will be able to increase imports from a dependable supplier -- the U.S. -- while consumers in the U.S. will still be at the mercy of unreliable suppliers, such as Venezuela and Saudi Arabia. It is simple geography. Also, a big find will lead to lower prices in the short term, promoting more emissions and more warming."

Moreover, focusing exclusively on squeezing out a little more supply will only discourage conservation, Verleger added, setting the stage for higher prices again in three or four years -- "when exhausting oil reserves and burgeoning demand from China and India will drive the price of oil to well above $100 a barrel.""


In addition to the ecological harm oil drilling in the Alaska Wildlife Refuge will cause, the economic benefits Mike55 touts seem to be incorrect.

 
At 8:02 PM, Blogger philjohnson said...

Thanks for your posts and your efforts to stimulate reflective and spirited discussion about Christianity is coterminous with social and political conservatism.

I'm from Australia and to a lesser extent there is some mirroring effects with respect to conservative politics and evangelicalism. Though I'd hasten to add that appearances can be deceiving!

You might be mildly interested in a book review I have posted on my own blogspot. It is a review of very new book examining the religious right in Australia.

I have also slipped in a link from my blog to yours.

http://circleofpneuma.blogspot.com/

 
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This may not be the right place to place this comment, but I think we need to be absolutely vigilant in our screening process in electing powerful officials so that topics like these are a non-issue. I think it paramount to not even consider a candidate if he or she is against equality FOR ALL.

Think about it...would you drink a glass of water that you absolutely knew had poison in it? would you? No matter your thirst???

I know I'm going off on a tangent here, but I feel that too many Americans are drinking purple Kool-aid full well knowing that this sweet drink is deadly. When a candidate has a relatively "clean" agenda, it is not good enough.

Just one drop of poisonous ideolgy can ruin an entire swimming pool of political reform.

Americans, don't quench your thirst too readily before knowing what you're drinking. It may feel good going down, but some of this "holy water" we are being offered is toxic in its apparent all or nothing expense, if you will.

 
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