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The Death of American Religion

Dean197 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 9:59 AM
Two words: secularist libertarians. State or Religion is a false dilemma. There are other possibilities. Secularist Republicans and secularist Libertarians don't view the State as primary. They're just consistent: they want separation of church and state and separaton of economy and state. They're the ones who say they want government to interfere as little as possible in our religious, social, and economic lives and mean it; not people who 'want government off our backs' but want it in people's bedrooms.
Science Avenger Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 11:13 AM
Yes, the people who support laws regulating what sort of acts, with what toys and consenting adult partners, are legal or not. Believe it or not many such laws are still on the books. And let's not forget those who think a rapists seed must be left to sprout...
Marie150 Wrote: Nov 21, 2012 10:43 AM
Is there someone in your bedroom?

In the aftermath of the re-election of President Barack Obama, conservatives searched the heavens and the earth for answers. Some suggested that Mitt Romney lost because Republicans didn't reach out more to Latino voters; some suggested that Romney lost because his "get out the vote" system fell apart on Election Day. Romney himself said that he lost because President Obama separated voting groups with particularly calibrated "gifts" designed to curry their favor.

In truth, Mitt Romney lost for the same reason that traditional marriage lost on Election Day: America is becoming a less religious country. And that bodes ill...