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Go to: Q&A, Sean Faircloth on Secular Strategy, Romney & the Religious Right

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Metamag I agree with you that their beliefs are without evidence but how does that threaten atheists?

Mon, 13 Feb 2012 23:29:42 UTC | #917372

Go to: Richard Dawkins celebrates a victory over creationists

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I agree that is a wonderful announcement, but has anyone stopped to think that belittling the other side only fuels the fire? When you criticize a religious person they just believe that they are being persecuted in christ. The real way to win this battle is first off, not to assume that all religious people are against science, and second to show those religious people who do believe in science how they can then convince others.

Sun, 12 Feb 2012 04:09:36 UTC | #916788

Go to: Why Romney's Religion Matters

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lol I am not confusing any comings. I am made a statement based off of what you wrote, which was that Missouri is the birthplace of Jesus. Your response while correct isn't related to what you said in your first comment.

Sat, 11 Feb 2012 16:16:34 UTC | #916667

Go to: Why Romney's Religion Matters

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Lmao but idleracer some people shouldn't talk because it will show their extreme ignorance and you unfortunately are one of those people. Mormons don't think that Jesus was born in Missouri, and not to mention that Missouri is one of the most useless states in this stage of the race and everyone(including Romeny) knows that.

Sat, 11 Feb 2012 07:06:53 UTC | #916547

Go to: Why Romney's Religion Matters

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Richard I absolutely agree with you that it should be brought up, and Romney should explain about the racism promoted in his own religion until about the mid-seventies. However I don't think that it should automatically disqualify him as Obama was voted in despite his horrible connections to people who don't exactly exemplify acceptance. I really wonder how many decisions as president all of you think he is going to make because of his religion?

Sat, 11 Feb 2012 07:04:35 UTC | #916546

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