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AtheistEgbert's Avatar Jump to comment 285 by AtheistEgbert

Here is what I said:

Accommodationists need to do one simple thing: form a coherent rational argument for why the monument should not be moved. Otherwise, reason is on the side of secularists.

Writing long rhetorical responses that is repeating what has gone before is not winning the rational argument. I am familiar with all the games, so those who wish to persist hindering secularism need to form a coherent rational argument, or instead lose the rational argument. But I won't get sucked into game playing, it's up to you.

Tue, 08 May 2012 17:42:04 UTC | #940575