Statements about Religion
"The Obama administration ... would impose on every Catholic institution, every Jewish institution, every Protestant institution the Obamacare standard of what you have to buy as insurance."
"[The] ACLU and atheists in Denver are demanding the NFL stop [Tim Tebow] from praying on the sidelines."
"No federal official at any level is currently allowed to say ‘Merry Christmas.’"
"The Obama administration just issued instructions that terrorism training should not involve any reference to Islam."
Our "kids can’t openly celebrate Christmas or pray in school."
"When the country was founded, Congress had exactly the same attitude about the sanctity of Christmas celebrations that a 7-Eleven does today: 'Yeah, we're open.'"
"For the past eight years, Gov. Carcieri and Mrs. Carcieri would host the lighting of the State House Christmas tree."
"The Christian Coalition gave (Adam) Hasner an F."
Congressional Republicans have introduced dozens of bills on social issues and other topics, but "zero on job creation."
"If a President Romney got a call from the president of the (Mormon church), he has no choice but to obey. It is obedience over family and country."
Muslims tried to use Sharia law to influence court decisions in New Jersey and Oklahoma
"I did not say that I would not have them [Muslims] in my Cabinet."
Says judges are using Shariah law in Dearborn, Mich.
In a lawsuit between private citizens, a Florida judge "announced the decision was going to be based on Islamic Law."
President Obama was "raised Muslim."
Joe Straus is the "first Jewish speaker of the" Texas House.
"Massachusetts public schools teach kids as young as kindergartners about gay marriage."
"The last Christians are about to leave" Iraq.
Many of the 9/11 conspirators came from the Muslim Brotherhood, including Osama bin Laden, Ayman Zawahiri and Khalid Sheikh Mohammed.
Says a Portland school gives Muslim students "their own school provided prayer room, prayer rugs," and lets them "out of class five times a day to pray to Allah."
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