It all sparked off with a comment by Bernard Chen of the Worker’s Party.
Religions has always been part of many politics. In USA, the republicans often get the support of the “bible belt”. In many other countries, religious affiliated parties are often a norm, representing the conservatives.
The recent talking point issue has already asked about “Blurring the lines”, when religion mix with business. But should Singapore move down this road? – where politics and religions intermingle? Very dangerous if you ask me.
Is it responsible for political parties to make statements like this? Or could there have been other avenues to address issues of this nature?