Republican Party: Church and Corporation

By Maurice Lacunza

Coins stacked on top of cash bills
If you have a lot of money,
you can buy political favors. 

The new Republican Party Platform is now Church and Corporation. 

"What money won't buy, 
God will make sure you get it anyway."

We all know that generally speaking, most people don't have much money compared to the wealthy super rich people that control politics. Yet, lower income people are aroused by speeches in which Republicans mix God with money. 

Church with blue door in Brazil
Churches are unwitting defenders of  big money;
masquerading money as spirituality and godliness
Politicians know that lower income people WANT TO BELIEVE that they CAN be rich too. By adding the endorsement of God, politicians enmesh the concept of spirituality with the concept of money. And who will be looking out for them when they are rich? The Republicans. 

Just because there is a CROSS,
doesn't make it safe!
Photo Credit: Sebastian White

So, average Americans give their precious few dollars to churches that have leaders who think that the Republican Party is God's righteousness platform. 

Thus, people believe that what money won't buy, God will give to them anyway. 


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