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Sigh: Bill Nye, Bill Maher Mock Religion as the 'Enemy of Science'

Uber Dave Wrote: Sep 16, 2013 5:47 AM
David3036 Wrote: 3 minutes ago (5:36 AM) "I am beginning to think that Christopher Hitchens was right when he said in a book title that "religion poisons everything." It certainly seems to destroy a person's ability to reason, and his willingness to weigh the facts before insisting that his own opinions are factual." "Religion poisons everything." ... ...Lefties love to push that steaming pile because it allows them to cook up reasons to destroy other men. Every hideous left-wing dictatorship did away with God and gave men the chance to come up with an excuse for murder on an epic scale... ...Their latest excuse is "over population" pushed by the same "scientists" that you've been defending.
annfan_777 Wrote: Sep 16, 2013 6:11 AM
"David3036" is a bald faced liar. His comments on TH are always in favor of that which conservatives oppose. He's a godless liberal, with nothing better to do with his time than to try and convince people that there is no God, and so far he's batting 0 for about 10,000.
David3036 Wrote: Sep 16, 2013 5:51 AM
I will thank you not to call me a "leftie." I won't even get on a plane if it has a left wing. But conservative politics has nothing to do with conservative religion, and conservative are not require to be anti-science
Uber Dave Wrote: Sep 16, 2013 5:55 AM
By buying into their "science", you're well on your way to becoming what you claim you don't want to be...
MudontheTires Wrote: Sep 16, 2013 8:19 AM
"But conservative politics has nothing to do with conservative religion"

Wrong. Conservativism is based in Christianity.

"and conservative are not require to be anti-science"

Angain-Wrong. The "Anti-Science" is coming from Godless fools like you.