Posted in Liberal Idiots, politics, Religion, tagged Atheists, Bible, College, Idiots, Liberal, politics, Religion on March 3, 2010 |
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Wonder what you would find if you frisked the Texas college group ‘Atheist Agenda’?
Answer: Apparently they believe religion is the equivalent to porn.
Click the image above to watch the video. Sorry, I could not embed it.
I swear, some people will say and do anything to get a rise out of people. The mysterious Allahpundit – from Hot Air – breaks it down wonderfully:
A reminder that wherever there’s an opportunity to antagonize an innocent believer, we’ll be there. [...] One: In case you’ve ever wondered why, even in a post-9/11 world, atheists rank below Muslimsin terms of traits the public dislikes in a politician, wonder no longer. Two: As dumb and distasteful as I find this, I can’t resist the dilemma it presents between acting on principle and doing the politically wise thing. Whenever that same dilemma comes up in a conservative context — look no further than Bunning’s stand tonight, although Rush’s “I hope he fails” comment is another example — I usually opt for the “politically wise” route and am derided for it in the comments. These tools are acting on principle too. Should they bottle it up instead to avoid alienating people, or is principle always the way to go?
Either way… How is the Bible or any other religious scriptures comparable to pornography? I guess I’ll just never understand atheists… Thank God!
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Posted in Liberal Protests, Liberalism's Finest, Political Correctness, politics, Protests, Religion, tagged Atheists, Liberal, Mother Teresa, Political Correctness, politics, Post Office, Postal Stamp, Protest on January 29, 2010 |
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Wonder what you would find if you frisked the atheist group known as Freedom from Religion Foundation?
Answer: They aren’t a fan of the new Mother Teresa postal stamp.
Haha, you have got to be kidding me! FOX News reports:
The Freedom from ReligionFoundation is urging its supporters to boycott the stamp — and also to engage in a letter-writing campaign to spread the word about what it calls the “darker side” of Mother Teresa.
The stamp — set to be released on Aug. 26, which would have been Mother Teresa’s 100th birthday — will recognize the 1979 Nobel Peace Prize winner for her humanitarian work, the Postal Service announced last month.
But Freedom from Religion Foundation spokeswoman Annie Laurie Gaylor says issuing the stamp runs against Postal Service regulations.
“There was criticism by the end of her life that she turned what was a tiny charity into an extremely wealthy charity that had the means to provide better care than it did,” Gaylor said. “…There’s this knee jerk response that everything she did was humanitarian, and I think many people would differ that what she was doing was to promote religion, and what she wanted to do was baptize people before they die, and that doesn’t have a secular purpose for a stamp.”
Talk about a political correctness battle. Here’s an idea atheists: Buy another kind of stamp!
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