So Evangelical Christians' top three choices for federal budget cuts are aid to the world's poor, unemployment benefits, and environmental spending. They were also more likely than non-Evangelicals to favor increased military spending. This is yet more proof that American Christianity has become completely disconnected from the teaching of Jesus and enslaved to conservative politics.
As the slacktivist points out, it's not only proof of Evangelicals' "politics of spite", it's proof that they don't know what they're talking about. Humanitarian aid is a tiny sliver of discretionary spending and discretionary spending is a small part of the total budget.
I'll let him have the last word:
The combination of stupidity, selfishness and resentment for resentment's sake here is an unholy abomination that makes me want to scream and throw things. And I would, if I thought screaming and throwing things would help get through to these folks, but at this point I have no idea what would get through to them. Neither facts nor faith seem to matter to them at all.