I know this is old hat, but the way the media lets Kerry and Democrats get a pass on objectionable things while pounding Bush and the GOP for the tiniest of slips is astounding. There's one set of rules for the right, another for the left, and the left doesn't have to follow those rules, either.
Today in New Orleans, John Kerry spoke to the mostly black National Baptist Convention, slamming Bush by using scripture from the Bible. If the president went to a Christian Coalition meeting and used any part of the Bible to attack Kerry, even just "Jesus wept," the media would accuse him of forming a theological government.
In fact, we can go there right now. In an interview for The New Yorker magazine, 2000 loser Algore said of the president's faith: "It’s the American version of the same fundamentalist impulse that we see in Saudi Arabia, in Kashmir, in religions around the world: Hindu, Jewish, Christian, Muslim."
UPDATE: Terrorists blew up a bomb at the Australian embassy in Jakarta, killing nine and wounding nearly 200. Algore immediately blamed Methodists.