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CFI Skeptics of Eugene Message Board › Bill Maher 'unbaptizes' Mitt Romney's late father-in-law

Bill Maher 'unbaptizes' Mitt Romney's late father-in-law

A former member
Post #: 37
Lowell T.
user 9892585
Eugene, OR
Post #: 48
Thanks, Jan, I enjoyed it thoroughly. I hope our ex-Mormons see it.
Joan C.
user 34925662
Eugene, OR
Post #: 1
Dennis and I saw the Maher show, too, and thought his New Rules rant on why atheism cannot be compared to religious beliefs was excellent and concise...and funny, too.

Interesting that the Supremes say (unanimously!) that religious employers are exempt from Americans with Disabilities act. If religious belief/law is allowed to trump state/federal law, then, as Jon Stewart points out, what's to keep religious groups, such as Mormons, Catholics, and Muslims, from enforcing their own laws within the confines of their congregations? Polygamy or stoning of adulterers, anyone? Already we have too much religious influence on politics.
A former member
Post #: 2
We just saw the clip and I loved it!
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