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Re: [atheists-331] The five biggest misconceptions about secularism

From: Mike H.
Sent on: Sunday, October 7, 2012 1:57 PM
I kinda look at those who want to advance religion (into government) as just another special interest group like oil, Latinos, unions, coal, etc. The political parties are trying to cater to these special interest groups in order to gain their vote. While I don't like it, in today's environment we need to become a noticed special interest group.

AllTheBest.
 
    ~Mike


From: Phil McGee <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Sunday, October 7,[masked]:12 AM
Subject: [atheists-331] The five biggest misconceptions about secularism


Hi folks,

Check out out "My Take: The five biggest misconceptions about secularism" by professor Jacques Berlinerblau at:


Hope the thumpers are pissed off about CNN posting this on Sunday.

Phil




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