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Karlie Mason
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What a person believes isn't really an issue or any other person's business. It's more what a person does with their belief which makes it relevant by infringing upon another in anyway. The rights of an individual to practice their faith ends where the rights of another to not be encroached upon begin. Mission: Non violently oppose religious doctrine which promotes hate, prejudice, non free thinking and where it causes harm. Not singling out any ...
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Evangelicals and Catholics want you to help them out of the health mandate.

Have they given you any reason to?
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Do Christians have 8 childs each?
No, then they do not believe what they defend for others.
They must have straight sex and have as many children they can, and they do not do it.
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The truth is that Christians NEED the "War on Christmas." Without it, their holiday would be inhaled by secular American culture in the same way that Christianity inhaled other winter solstice festivals.

http://practicaldoubt.com/2011/12/04/why-christians-need-the-war-on-christmas/
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It's an idea used by god-botherers to persuade non-believers that the alternative is too scary to contemplate. "Reject my god," the reasoning goes, "and you make a god of man." Pure bollocks.
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Knock, Knock.
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How do you think, did Adam and Eve have navels?
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"President Obama supports the use of the words “under God’ in our Pledge of Allegiance and “In God we Trust’ on our currency. These phrases represent the important role religion plays in American public life, while we continue to recognize and protect the rights of secular Americans."

To which Americans does religion play an important role in public life?

Why are those Americans being favored by the White House?

If the purpose of the Pledge of Allegiance is to “represent the important role” which certain practices and beliefs play in “American public life,” should we not also mention other aspects of culture such as shopping, pizza, or divorce?

Why must [atheist moment ahead] a fictitious God be inserted as “important” when most people can’t even decide what said God is, does, likes, dislikes, or if it exists at all?
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Response to the disappointing White House statement regarding "under God."
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Very true, Betsy. We should be willing to look at our "traditions" and assess the benefits and costs of them.
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It's hard to get my facebook unlocked when everyone's photos say Stop SOPA.
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Why can Christians condemn the words of a man but not the book that taught him?
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If this morality is coming from somewhere other than the “Word of God,” why claim the Bible?

exactly.
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"Losing faith?"

Like a bad habit.
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