User Profile: U4eeeahhh

U4eeeahhh

Member Since: October 29, 2012

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  • [-4] May 1, 2016 at 9:43am

    Paranoid delusions, Cruz isn’t even going to be nominated much less elected, who cares about emails or Benghazi. No indictment is probable.

    Funny but all the examples of democratic socialism have much better records on human rights than the US does.
    Get rid of guns, christian fanatics and reduce the military to pre-WWI levels, sounds good to me. I could give every American a guaranteed National Income of a couple thousand dollars a month with just military spending cuts and base closures.

  • [-2] May 1, 2016 at 9:33am

    That has absolutely nothing to do with gender neutral bathroom access. Or even any real evidence of a crime at all.

  • May 1, 2016 at 9:25am

    The Sun with Rise tomorrow in the East.

    I must be a deity.

  • May 1, 2016 at 9:24am

    Depends on how you define “Christian”.

    For most it is a heritage or tribal identification. Not a belief system. That’s really about 50% of Americans. These are the ones we can evangelizes as new Secularists! They have rejected the Sacred, so the path to Nonesville is the easy and most probable choice.

    About 25% of Americans are functional Christians and they tend to be over 55 years of age.

  • May 1, 2016 at 9:18am

    You are the perfect example of someone who has accepted superstitions; falsehoods born of myths and legends, as a guidance for your life and you have created a false relativity to provide evidence to support your delusions. There are psychotropic medications that help you reattach to the real world.

  • May 1, 2016 at 9:10am

    Your anecdotal evidence is refuted by actually studies that confirm the dwindling audience for the message from purveyors of the superstitions based on the legendary exploits of mythical supernatural beings.
    That Joel can find enough weak minds to fill a basketball arena for 3 shows is a truly sad commentary on the gullibility of some people. Not something to be proud of.

  • May 1, 2016 at 8:59am

    The Fall of Film has no casual relationship to the Fall of Superstition. You can also track the increasing number of autos that offer no manual gearbox to the reduced percentage of people attending church regularly. Does the automatic transmission leads to fewer people in the pews? Yes of course, that makes perfect sense…. NOT!

    Nones makeup 20% and that is the fastest growing group, all polls indicate Americans are becoming a nation of Nones, citizens with no religious affiliation and no desire to connect. 
Among college-educated Millennials, 54% have no religion. The citizens born from 1982 to 2000 are now the largest demographic group. This is not fertile ground for religion, it is hostile territory. The war is on. The Christian Era is done, pack your bags and get out of our courthouses and legislatures. Get to your tax-free churches while you still can because we are coming for those tax breaks next!
    What’s my proof? Check out what one leading evangelical said;
“…three out of four people in America do not have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ…., the reality is that seventy-four percent of our churches in America are plateaued or declining.” – that’s Ronnie Floyd, 2015 President of the Southern Baptist Convention speaking the cold, hard truth. You are done.

    You still want to tell me this is a Christian Nation? Seriously?

    Floyd is so right, 25% [maybe less] of today’s Americans actually have beliefs and personal lives that would really be considered as being actively Christian. Most Americans are heritage Christians, their ancestors were and so they now define themselves as such but they don’t go to church, they do not pray or rely on the religion in their lives. It is no different than saying I’m French because my ancestors once lived there a thousand years ago.

  • [-5] May 1, 2016 at 8:34am

    Enjoy your brief moments of celebratory hate because under President Clinton we will pass a Federal civil rights law that will supersede North Carolina, Mississippi and limit the Title IX exemptions
    You’re all expressing irrational fear over something that has no history of occurring and no reasonable probability it would happen on the future.
    Did you know that transgender men [biological female presenting as male] are far more common than transgender women? That means a male appearing person will be using the bathroom with your daughters. That somehow makes you more comfortable?? Platoon of poltroons proving a plethora of prejudice.

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  • [-11] May 1, 2016 at 8:22am

    Protecting the civil rights of students isn’t a federal responsibility? Yes it is!

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  • April 28, 2016 at 10:13am

    From your first three expressions of illogical fear, one might be surprised you acknowledge the Law of Gravity since reality and you appear to have an exceedingly tenuous relationship.

  • April 28, 2016 at 10:10am

    Yes, you would create some sort of health hazard as a demonstration of your irrational superstitious aversion to something that has no tangible effect on you what so ever.

    You really are a great example of how religion screws people up, that much is for sure!

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  • April 28, 2016 at 9:12am

    Long ago, after the Loving v. Virginia judgement, SCOTUS addressed the issue of religious exemptions like the excuses the opponents of same sex marriage wish to use. It found that it was bigotry disguised as religion and that was true in 1970 and it is still true of this baker and the other often cited resisters to equality and progress in American society. There have been over 200,000 same sex marriage licenses issued since Massachusetts started it all in 2004. There have been less than two dozen lawsuits and civil rights actions in 12 years.

    Much Ado About Nothing!

  • April 28, 2016 at 8:52am

    In Michigan there is no anti discrimination laws that name homosexuals as a protected class. There are laws protecting the civil rights of gays in Colorado and Oregon. The violations were of a state law that does not exist where the Muslim bakeries refused service. When President Hillary takes office next January, you can expect a national expansion of these protections.
    It is the time to put aside your prejudices that stem front your superstitious beliefs in myths and legends.

  • [2] April 20, 2016 at 8:06am

    Totally valid suit and likely to win. If one religious organization’s scholarship offering is listed then ALL the Atheist offering must be included.

  • [3] April 20, 2016 at 8:03am

    Never applied for a scholarship have you?
    There are hundreds of them available from religious groups that require relgious content to be awarded!

  • [14] April 18, 2016 at 10:51am

    Really? You want to use the delusions of blood and oxygen starved brains as the definitive proof of your mythical deity’s existence?

  • [13] April 18, 2016 at 10:41am

    May the Marinara protect you and and the grated Parmesan comfort you and the blessed noodle save you

  • [52] April 18, 2016 at 8:11am

    Blessed be the pasta, the sauce and the holy meatball

    Ramen

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  • [1] April 16, 2016 at 11:54am

    Fortunate for America, most of us don’t share the distorted value system you call “honor” that falsely paints President Hillary with negative characteristics we know to be untrue.

  • April 16, 2016 at 11:47am

    It was a much freer America back then. The right to protest a very wrong war was much better protected when Jane called the world’s attention to our imperialist aspirations. The era was nothing but ideological colonialism.

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