I wish interstellar travel were more likely - I still wish for aliens to land and prove the truth to the rest of the planet lol...
Some kind of earth shattering revelation... prove once and for all that the universe is billions of years old, there is no god, science is real, etc....
On Thu, Nov 8, 2012 at 4:36 PM, Tim Campbell <[address removed]>
The Cultural War may never end! The political/Dem vs Rep stuff is
just the sideshow. The real battle is between the corporate freedom and
religion dominance people and the people freedom people!
In a message dated 11/8/2012 1:00:15 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
[address removed] writes:
happy about this news, but not overly optimistic. Have
we reached a
tipping point? I don't know. The electorate
tends to be very fickle, and
swings back and forth.
In 2008 things also looked pretty good right
election, and then the Tea Party came roaring in for the
2010 mid terms. The R's will certainly be well prepared in
2014, but I
hope they'll need to be selling something
better than they were in
From the comments on the Religion Dispatches article:
do think religion is going to have to submit to more
demands of public discourse, even
though I don't trust science to provide
a reliable road
map to social good.
Part of we religious peoples'
angst is that many of the
things about the world we've gotten away with
asserting for generations are being called into question
put to tests we're not ready or willing - frankly - to
On Thu, 8 Nov[masked]:19:47 -0500
Tiborsky <[address removed]> wrote:
> Wow- it's becoming clear
that this was a great election
Amendments in favor of equality for gay
>Americans pass in 3
states (first time by popular vote), and amendments to
>ban fail in at
> one state (Minnesota). Measures to repeal "Obamacare"
>and another to grant
> special privileges to religious groups
> Two states vote to legalize pot
for recreational use.
>Wisconsin voters have
> elected the
nation's first openly gay U.S. Senator,
> ...Who also professes no religion :) Meanwhile, nut
> narrowly kept her seat, but a good handful of the
> conservative/religious nuts went down in flames-
>including the "legitimate
> rape/god's gift" twins, Akin and
Mourdock, and the
>ridiculous Rep. Allen
> West of
> And all the goofy God talk & posturing didn't
>have much effect...
> Anthea Butler of Religion
Dispatches writes that "fake
>God talk doesn't cut
> it with
Americans", but I think maybe it goes beyond. Is
Right truly losing its influence over the American
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