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The New Rules for Radicals

Carlos_7 Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 8:03 PM
Correct me if I'm wrong here .. But S.E. Cupp is a stage name (as in, she is a media actress/imposter by trade). Sarah is also an Atheist. That is, she does not believe in anything. Why would a Conservative follow along with a Heathen girl with an empty head?
J314 Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 8:38 AM
Those two Big Barbaras poked out front?
Carl469 Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 12:27 AM
First of all, Cupp is closet believer. If you read her (dreadful) book, "Losing Our Religion," you'd know this. She spent more time denouncing her fellow atheists (assuming she really is one) than offering even the tiniest criticism of religious zealots. Second, the fact that someone is an atheist, doesn't mean they don't believe in anything. Third, there have been plenty of nonbelievers over the decades who have been conservatives and libertarians: H.L. Mencken, Ayn Rand, Ludwig von Mises, Frank Knight, and more recently, John Derbyshire, Edward Hudgins, Heather Mac Donald.

When it comes to empty heads, religious extremists rarely disappoint. They are consistently (aside from the blacks) among the dumbest people I've ever met.
Carl469 Wrote: Feb 02, 2013 12:28 AM
By the way, her real name is Sarah Elizabeth Cupp.
Huskie Wrote: Jan 31, 2013 11:43 PM
SE kind of makes me sick as she grins sitting on MSNBC....an airhead for sure

 

Here’s a list of rules for the GOP to consider if it wants to win another presidency in the 21st century, according to S.E. Cupp.

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Excerpted from Townhall Magazine's February Closing Argument installment by S.E. Cupp (note: Excerpts of this column ran in the New York Daily News on Dec. 12,
2012
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Republicans still reeling from the November elections and fiscal cliff negotiations that left them with a bruising 43:1 ratio of revenue...

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