Not bad, but rather loosey-goosey generic. Of course, he says a large part of the problem is “people of faith who stayed behind church doors” instead of speaking out, becoming active against the evils around us.
No, “Wild Bill”, those are not “people of faith” but for the most part a people of comfort, people of fear, people of the sick culture they live in FAKING a faith they do not possess while living a faith in a secular America–political, economic–that is antithetical to the faith they profess.
Of course, “Wild Bill” simply mentions the Bible and refers to a generic “people of faith” and some generic “churches”–another thing that chaps my gizzard along the lines of gizzard-chapping from nonsense phrases like “traditional values”.
But that’s another rant.