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Re: [atheists-55] Palin

From: Norm
Sent on: Wednesday, September 24, 2008 10:58 AM
In a message dated 9/24/[masked]:04:49 AM Eastern Daylight Time, [address removed] writes:
" Keep in mind that if you voted for someone other than Kerry and Gore, then you contributed the problems that this country is facing today. That not only makes you at fault, but some would question your allegiance to the U.S. Constitution. So if you think that you are going to do it again then this time take responsibility for your actions."

Not only is this insulting, but it's patently illogical.


Another person who has problems with math. Truly, illogical. I guess that if you keep telling people something without telling them why you still can convince them. After all, that is the way most belief systems work. You might be able to fool religious people with blanket statements, but many atheists can add and subtract. Obviously you "want to do it again" and don't want to take responsibility for your actions. Sounds like a reality problem to me.

Insulting...yea....if a killer murders someone and then you call them a murder....that is insulting to the killer in today's society.

I tend to look at the death of freedom as killing a living entity.

A vote not for Obama is a vote for McCain & Palin. Simple isn't it?

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