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The flood never happened. Provide this proof you think you have and I'll kill it.
I have attacked the rights of no person. I have attacked your nonsense religion but not your ability to practice it. You are a complete moron if you believe I am a communist. I am a retired Master Sergeant of Marines that has still follows my oath to protect our Constitution from all enemies. Even Christian enemies. You might try to educate yourself and see what countries in this world are religious, not very religious, and not religious at all and see what forms of government they have. So far you have proven everything I originally said about those that have a religion being inferior and mentally challenged.
I attacked no 1st Amendment rights of Christians. Christians have no right to put up a religious painting in a government building. None. Zero. Zilch. Educate yourself.
"Congrats, you've just proven you nothing about the historical record that is confirmedby the Bible. Why don't you look up the Flood as told about in the Bible, that is confirmed by archeology." lmao That flood never happened. Not confirmed by archeology. Just showed your lack of education.
I actually know a bit about education and the great pains the religious go to avoid education. Saying the planet is only 6000 years old is avoiding reality and adversely affecting education. Trying to block education about evolution... Trying to block scientific research... Believing your religious leaders have all the answers... Yep, the religious aren't too big on education. Secular humanism is not a religion. Communism is not a religion. Do try to learn your definitions. Moderately a fan of secular humanism. Not a fan of Communism. Christian would love a socialist world.
I do not define reality. I abide by it. The religious often ignore it and do their best to wish it wasn't so. By the way, assuming really idiotic things about me like your communist accusations is really idiotic.
While I do know some secular Democrats that are a bit "weak" on the Second Amendment, I try to educate them.
You're an idiot. I do not try to stifle free speech.
Not one bit. Everything I wrote was completely honest. You can't find one point I am incorrect about.
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Land of Confusion

BartMar Wrote: Jun 01, 2013 8:20 PM
"These youth you spead of" speak
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Land of Confusion

BartMar Wrote: Jun 01, 2013 8:18 PM
"To classical liberals, Thomas Jefferson, who embodied the tension between the Reformation and the Enlightenment, is the ideal Founding Father." Thomas Jefferson did a lot for this country. His distaste for religion and absolute hate of religous institutions is especially admirable. To bring him up in a discussion of morality in a postive light casts doubts on your own morals. Thomas Jefferson is about the last President/Founding Father that should ever be looked to as a moral example. "However, they also reject the Judeo-Christian moral underpinnings of American society that conservatives have traditionally championed." Rightfully so. Relgion - Christianity, Judaism, Islam, etc. - has installed artifical moralities into society. The young and society in general are slowing learning that religion is anti-education, evil, full of lies, and an enemy of peace. These youth you spead of are anything but anarchist since tolerance and respect require rules to be followed - rule of law. Apparantly you are one of the mentally impaired that does not recognize that morals vary. In a nation of many backgrounds in addtion to Judeo-Christian, the moral differences of the people must be given respect when making governing decisions. "Somebody’s truth must ultimately reign" is idiotic. A common morality must, and indeed will, come out of this joining of different backgrounds and mores. It is not the job of any political party to select any particular set of moral values over any other. The successful political party will build on the common moral values of the people to promote their party's platform. The difference in those two statements is subtle but is entirely why the Republican party has essentially become a failed enterprise. When the Republican party finally learns to build on common moral values we might be able to see a smaller government, no threats to the Second Amendment, less threats to the Bill of Rights at all (going by recent events), a more productive government, and a well-protected peaceful nation. Until then, they are just an example of failure.
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