The Boston Globe questions McCain's constant chastising of Middle East adversaries by saying they don't embrace our "Judea-christian values":
At the end of a long list of reasons to be suspicious of the Iranians, McCain declared: "And they sure don't share our Judeo-Christian values."
It seemed at the time to be an odd thing to say about a Muslim country. After all, even if there were no nuclear program, no oil, and no rabble-rousing president, Iran still wouldn't have Judeo-Christian values. And it's troubling to wonder if that alone would be a reason for suspicion.
Even President Bush has resisted framing the war on terrorism as a clash of religions; his inexpert use of the word "crusade" early in the conflict set off a wave of criticism and backtracking. He's never repeated it.
This is yet another example of why John McCain is the most dangerous person to be President. His ignorance on the subject will put us into a "holy war". Somebody really needs to tell that war-monger to either learn about the world or shut the hell up.