Check out the religions professed by members of the 114th Congress, which convened today. Boiled down, there’s a boatload of Protestants and scarce any unaffiliateds, though that’s a growing demographic worldwide.
You can read more here. For a little more information on the new Congress, go here. For a somewhat opposing view, go here.
Ain’t that the truth?
Do you think they might be trying to compensate for the Supreme Court, which has no Protestants? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/chris-weigant/supreme-courts-lack-of-re_b_5545989.html
That’s a great question. And never mind Jews, Muslims, Bahais, Atheists, and so on.
Money rules the 114th Congress. Just like it ruled the 113th…the 112th…the 110th…………
Yay for the Unitarian! (Now I have to find out who it is…)
I wondered about that, myself. Who are the Buddhists?
Rep. Hank Johnson, D-Ga., and Mazie K. Hirono, D-Hawaii.
How’d you find that? Where’d you find that?
PEW Research/Religion & Public Life Project/Faith on the Hill
Thanks. I buried that link in the blog post, the third link.
It’s on page 2 of the link at “You can read more here.”
That would be Rep. Ami Bera (D Calif.).
Thank you, Leftover!
Figures! They’re all Democrsts. Leave it to the libruls to be the Unitarians & Buddhists & who knows what else! (For those of you who don’t know me, I am being sarcastic. Signed, Jac – lover of the parts of religion, and no religion, that encourage people to be more loving and caring of every living being, with the inner belief we are all connected. Amen.)
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