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Bill O'Reilly Interviews Lori Lipman Brown

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Bill's guest Lori Lipman Brown of the Secular Coalition for America does a pretty good job of respresenting the atheist position. I was surprised however that she didn't mention what I thought was the most offensive thing Mitt said, namely that freedom requires religion. It's interesting that Bill thinks it no big deal if a presidential candidate ignores the diversity of our country, but is terribly offended if the old fart at K-Mart says Happy Holidays rather than Merry Christmas greeting customers. I also seem to recall last year that Bill was miffed when the White House used the word Holiday rather than Christmas.



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