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Dec 16 2014

Attack on Freedom of Religious Expression Backfires for Militant Atheist Grinches

Anti-Christian zealots from Madison, Wisconsin attempted to impose their moonbattery on a small town in Florida, only to step on a rake:

When the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) went after a city council in Jay, Fla., for displaying a nativity set on public property, the atheist group might have won a battle, but seems to have lost the war.

The FFRF, known for protesting any and all religious displays in public places, sent a complaint letter recently to local officials in the 526-person city of Jay, arguing against the life-sized nativity that had been set up on the site every Christmas for nearly 40 years, the group said in a press release.

Congrats, liberal fascists. You forced the town to sell the nativity set as surplus property to the Santa Rosa County Ministerial Association. But wait:

[A]fter the ministerial association purchased the nativity, they then placed the huge Christian display on private property near one of the busiest parts of the small town, reports the American Pastors Network.

“It now stands at a busy corner at the town’s main stop light—ironic, say nativity supporters, because many more people will see it there,” the APN said in a news release, adding that the more prominent display shows the citizens of Jay “have no intention of removing the real meaning of Christmas from public display.”

The lesson for militant moonbats: get a life and leave people alone. The lesson for the rest of us: the more private property, the more liberty; the more government, the less liberty — and the less Christmas.

jay-florida-nativity
Survives an attack from faraway moonbats.

On a tip from Petterssonp.




82 Responses to “Attack on Freedom of Religious Expression Backfires for Militant Atheist Grinches”

  1. IOpian says:

    The atheists’ attempt to make everyone else as miserable as they are fails.

  2. IOpian says:

    The atheists’ attempt to make everyone else as miserable as they are fails.

  3. Light_V_Dark says:

    Here they are, folks… http://youtu.be/8BEIWjjUCPM

  4. Light_V_Dark says:

    Here they are, folks… http://youtu.be/8BEIWjjUCPM Their voices may have deepened a little, and they can grow fur, all over their bodies…OTHER THAN THAT!
    http://1-ps.googleusercontent.com/h/www.thegatewaypundit.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/400x200x130304RD-religion-shirt-_G0G5019final4.jpg.pagespeed.ic.muklrSbn5c.jpg#Prominent%20atheist%20sees%20no%20problem%20with%20mild%20pedophilia%2C%20do%20you%3F%20400×200  

    In a recent interview with the Times magazine, Richard Dawkins attempted to defend what he called “mild pedophilia,” which, he says, he personally experienced as a young child and does not believe causes “lasting harm.”
    ———
    “Science is interesting, and if you don’t agree you can fvck off

    I don’t get all CHURCHY, when I communicate…THE POOR SAPS WHO DO, PUT ME TO SLEEP, WITH THEIR…EVERY KNEE SHALL BOW, and JOHN 3:16-KAKA..

    1 Corinthians 2:14
    14
    For a beastly man perceiveth not those things that be of the Spirit of God; for it is folly to him, and he may not understand, for it is examined ghostly.

    The Apostle Paul said it like this, “The spiritual person judges all things, but is himself to be judged by no one.” 1 Corinthians 2:15.* Paul was making it clear that it was a GOOD thing to judge correctly, and when, as some in Corinth were trying to do (judge him falsely) Paul would have none of it (Note: I TRIED to explain this to a 23 year old Christian Boy last year, and he sneered at me for over an hour in my own house…I FINALLY TOLD HIM TO GTFO, AND, NEVER COME BACK!).
    …..
    Add: Light V. Dark is a TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT PROPOSITION!

    Revelation 2:2
    I know your works, and your labor, and your patience, and how you can not bear them which are evil: and you have tried them which say they are apostles, and are not, and have found them liars.

       http://downloadpolitics.com/entry.php?95-Good-News-Atheists-GOD-DOES-NOT-LOVE-YOU!-EAT-SOME-%A1T-AND-DIE!

  5. Irving says:

    Where do I enroll in the Freedom From Atheists and Various Other Mentally Crippled Busybodies Association?

  6. Irving says:

    Where do I enroll in the Freedom From Atheists and Various Other Mentally Crippled Busybodies Association?

  7. dan says:

    i don’t believe in atheists because I see no scientifically replicable proof
    of their existence

  8. dan says:

    i don’t believe in atheists because I see no scientifically replicable proof
    of their existence

  9. AlanOne7 says:

    “The FFRF, known for protesting any and all Christian displays in public places…”

    Fixed that for you.

  10. AlanOne7 says:

    “The FFRF, known for protesting any and all Christian displays in public places…”

    Fixed that for you.

  11. Mr. Rational says:

    You don’t seem to get it.  The FFRF doesn’t care about private expressions of religion.  It just doesn’t want the governmen taking sides.  I’m sure they are happy with this.  Since you also appear to be happy with this, why can’t we just make this the default and then everyone’s happy?

  12. Mr. Rational says:

    You don’t seem to get it.  The FFRF doesn’t care about private expressions of religion.  It just doesn’t want the governmen taking sides.  I’m sure they are happy with this.  Since you also appear to be happy with this, why can’t we just make this the default and then everyone’s happy?

  13. Henry says:

    Almost like the Serra Cross in Ventura, except the city just sold the land the cross was on to a private foundation.

    Take that militant atheist progs!

  14. Henry says:

    Almost like the Serra Cross in Ventura, except the city just sold the land the cross was on to a private foundation.

    Take that militant atheist progs!

  15. Bodhisattva says:

    1) When moonbats lost in the Mojave Desert Cross lawsuit they, cowardly criminals they are, crept in under cover of night and proved how full of hate they are by destroying the cross.

    2) When moonbats lost in the Mt. Soledad War Memorial Cross lawsuit they kept refiling and judge shopping until they found moonbat judges who didn’t follow the Constitution. Inwork now is a sale of the land to a private group (what started the trouble was when the formerly private land was donated to the city for a park) which I guarantee will just result in more frivolous lawsuits as the city already sold it fair & square to a private group only to have atheists sue and get the sale voided.

    3) The Constitution does NOT create a right to freedom FROM religion, rather it GUARANTEES freedom OF religion, more specifically the unassailable right to open expression of religion, a right which atheists are determined to take away. Allowing this right on public lands and in public buildings is NOT government favoring any one religion over another, it is merely government doing what the Constitution demands of it.

    4) Those who gave us the Constitution were wise but not omniscient – they were human and could not be expected to forsee every way evil people might try to get around what the Constitution dictates. They unfortunately did not realize that prohibiting Congress alone would allow moonbats to legislate against religion through the judiciary or possibly even through an Obama executive order or memorandum.

    5) Moonbats deliberately misstate the meaning and intent of the 1st Amendment:

    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof

    While it is true this prohibits the government from establishing a state religion, that is not what the word “establishment” meant. Moonbats mistakenly believe the Constitution speaks of “separation of church and state” but it does not. In fact that came from an obscure letter written by Jefferson to the Danbury Baptists, a religious minority in Connecticut who complained that in their state the religious liberties they enjoyed were not seen as immutable rights but as privileges granted by the legislature — as “favors granted.” Indeed many of the original colonies DID openly favor and adopt particular religions, this did carry over past the Revolution and, under the doctrine of states’ rights and the 10th Amendment, one could argue the states had, and to this day have, the right to do that but for moonbat legislation from the USSC bench against it (and any prohibitions in state Constitutions or statutes).

    jefferson did not do anything but reaffirm government had NO RIGHT MEDDLING in religious matters and this includes any court meddling.

  16. Bodhisattva says:

    1) When moonbats lost in the Mojave Desert Cross lawsuit they, cowardly criminals they are, crept in under cover of night and proved how full of hate they are by destroying the cross.

    2) When moonbats lost in the Mt. Soledad War Memorial Cross lawsuit they kept refiling and judge shopping until they found moonbat judges who didn’t follow the Constitution. Inwork now is a sale of the land to a private group (what started the trouble was when the formerly private land was donated to the city for a park) which I guarantee will just result in more frivolous lawsuits as the city already sold it fair & square to a private group only to have atheists sue and get the sale voided.

    3) The Constitution does NOT create a right to freedom FROM religion, rather it GUARANTEES freedom OF religion, more specifically the unassailable right to open expression of religion, a right which atheists are determined to take away. Allowing this right on public lands and in public buildings is NOT government favoring any one religion over another, it is merely government doing what the Constitution demands of it.

    4) Those who gave us the Constitution were wise but not omniscient – they were human and could not be expected to forsee every way evil people might try to get around what the Constitution dictates. They unfortunately did not realize that prohibiting Congress alone would allow moonbats to legislate against religion through the judiciary or possibly even through an Obama executive order or memorandum.

    5) Moonbats deliberately misstate the meaning and intent of the 1st Amendment:

    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof

    While it is true this prohibits the government from establishing a state religion, that is not what the word “establishment” meant. We could say a car dealer is a “motor vehicle sales establishment”, for instance. Congress is indeed barred from passing any laws that hinder or aid any specific religious establishment, be it a particular church, a commune, or whatever. By extension this does also mean they cannot “establish” a national religion, because that would be a law respecting a religious establishment.

    6) Moonbats mistakenly believe the Constitution speaks of “separation of church and state” but it does not. In fact that came from an obscure letter written by Jefferson to the Danbury Baptists, a religious minority in Connecticut who complained that in their state the religious liberties they enjoyed were not seen as immutable rights but as privileges granted by the legislature — as “favors granted.” Indeed many of the original colonies DID openly favor and adopt particular religions, this did carry over past the Revolution and, under the doctrine of states’ rights and the 10th Amendment, one could argue the states had, and to this day have, the right to do that but for moonbat legislation from the USSC bench against it (and any prohibitions in state Constitutions or statutes).

    Jefferson did not do anything but reaffirm government had NO RIGHT MEDDLING in religious matters and this includes any court meddling.

  17. Bodhisattva says:

    Can anyone explain to me how it is atheists can claim intellectual superiority as they dedicate so much time, energy and treasure to fight what they claim does not even exist?

  18. Bodhisattva says:

    Can anyone explain to me how it is atheists can claim intellectual superiority as they dedicate so much time, energy and treasure to fight what they claim does not even exist?

  19. Bodhisattva says:

    I wish.

  20. Callawyn says:

    I hope they set up a bunch of hidden cameras – to catch the hate-filled moonbats when they vandalize this.

  21. Callawyn says:

    I hope they set up a bunch of hidden cameras – to catch the hate-filled moonbats when they vandalize this.

  22. bruce lorraine says:

    I wish wee had more outcomes like this one. Serves the fascist SOB’s right.

  23. bruce lorraine says:

    I wish wee had more outcomes like this one. Serves the fascist SOB’s right.

  24. Nifty says:

    Suck it, losers.

  25. Lord Nifty says:

    Suck it, losers.

  26. Mr. Rational says:

    You think Allah doesn’t exist, so what are you fighting when you oppose Islam?

    Asking such a silly question suggests you can’t think.

  27. Mr. Rational says:

    You think Allah doesn’t exist, so what are you fighting when you oppose Islam?

    Asking such a silly question suggests you can’t think.

  28. TED says:

    Asking a totally retarded question like that SHOWS you can’t think!

  29. TED says:

    Asking a totally retarded question like that SHOWS you can’t think!

  30. TED says:

    ROTFLMAO!!

  31. TED says:

    ROTFLMAO!!

  32. TED says:

    EXCEPT, of course, if it was an Islamic display, RIGHT you leftist dumbfuc?!

  33. TED says:

    EXCEPT, of course, if it was an Islamic display, RIGHT you leftist dumbfuc?!

  34. Georce Johnson says:

    But since the land was sold at all reinforces the atheist position. They’re constantly pushing for the false standard that any religious display on public land is unconstitutional. Next time the land won’t be able to be sold, but they’ll still have this litmus test to point at.

  35. Georce Johnson says:

    But since the land was sold at all reinforces the atheist position. They’re constantly pushing for the false standard that any religious display on public land is unconstitutional. Next time the land won’t be able to be sold, but they’ll still have this litmus test to point at.

  36. Bookin Weasel says:

    Misery loves company…they are deeply unhappy individuals (in general) and feel the need to spread their gloom disguised as “rational thinking”..pathetic really…

  37. Bookin Weasel says:

    Misery loves company…they are deeply unhappy individuals (in general) and feel the need to spread their gloom disguised as “rational thinking”..pathetic really…

  38. Light_V_Dark says:

    I believed in Good and Evil…Islam, Pacifism, A-Gnosticism, LIBERALISM, Femarxism, Gay-Theism and APATHY, ARE EVIL-..

    Muslims, who AREN’T EVIL, AREN’T DOING ISLAM, CORRECTLY, YOU SNOTTY, LITTLE WIPE…Are there evil people, who call themselves Christians? Bill Clinton, the late Fred Phelps, the IRA, etc. CHRISTIANITY, IS NOT EVIL…

    Alexis de Tocqueville wrote…

    I studied the Koran a great deal. I came away from that study with the conviction there have been few religions in the world as deadly to men as that of Muhammad. So far as I can see, it is the principal cause of the decadence so visible today in the Muslim world and, though less absurd than the polytheism of old, its social and political tendencies are in my opinion to be feared, and I therefore regard it as a form of decadence rather than a form of progress in relation to paganism itself.

    http://media-cache-ak1.pinimg.com/736x/6c/78/ec/6c78ecd1829b92ade6517a493de5f8b1.jpg

    http://www.barenakedislam.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Susie-in-Cairo.jpg

    Dhim·wit (dïm-wît) – A non-Muslim member of a free society who unwittingly abets the stated cause of Islamic domination. A dhimwit is always quick to extend sympathy to the very enemy that would take away his or her own freedom (or life) if given the opportunity.

    http://downloadpolitics.com/entry.php?550-When-Pressure-Cookers-Are-Outlawed

  39. Light_V_Dark says:

    I believe in Good and Evil…Islam, Pacifism, A-Gnosticism, LIBERALISM, Femarxism, Gay-Theism and APATHY, ARE EVIL-..

    Muslims, who AREN’T EVIL, AREN’T DOING ISLAM, CORRECTLY, YOU SNOTTY, LITTLE WIPE…Are there evil people, who call themselves Christians? Bill Clinton, the late Fred Phelps, the IRA, etc. CHRISTIANITY, IS NOT EVIL…

    Alexis de Tocqueville wrote…

    I studied the Koran a great deal. I came away from that study with the conviction there have been few religions in the world as deadly to men as that of Muhammad. So far as I can see, it is the principal cause of the decadence so visible today in the Muslim world and, though less absurd than the polytheism of old, its social and political tendencies are in my opinion to be feared, and I therefore regard it as a form of decadence rather than a form of progress in relation to paganism itself.

    http://media-cache-ak1.pinimg.com/736x/6c/78/ec/6c78ecd1829b92ade6517a493de5f8b1.jpg

    http://www.barenakedislam.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Susie-in-Cairo.jpg This IMBECILIC, LITTLE WOMAN-CHILD, IS GIVING AID AND COMFORT TO PEOPLE(sic) WHO ARE ENGAGING IN A WORLDWIDE JIHAD/CALIPHATE…She deserves to be EUTHANIZED!

    Dhim·wit (dïm-wît) – A non-Muslim member of a free society who unwittingly abets the stated cause of Islamic domination. A dhimwit is always quick to extend sympathy to the very enemy that would take away his or her own freedom (or life) if given the opportunity.

    http://downloadpolitics.com/entry.php?550-When-Pressure-Cookers-Are-Outlawed

  40. Light_V_Dark says:

    YOU, don’t seem to GET IT…ATHEISTS CANNOT BE HAPPY…The higher your HOLY-IQs, the less likely you are in having consciences, and, of NOT, BEING SEXUAL-PSYCHOPATHS…

    Liberal Bumper Stinker, Dude…QUESTION REALITY¿¿

    RELIGION IS A BY-PRODUCT OF FEAR. FOR MUCH OF HUMAN HISTORY IT MAY HAVE BEEN A NECESSARY EVIL, BUT WHY WAS IT MORE EVIL THAN NECESSARY? ISN’T KILLING PEOPLE IN THE NAME OF GOD A PRETTY GOOD DEFINITION OF INSANITY?
    http://www.atheistmemebase.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/085-Morality-has-been-hijacked-by-religion-650×605.jpeg

    “Once they have reached the age of puberty, it is OK… It doesn’t do any harm,” Clarke told the U.K.’s Sunday Mirror in 1998.

       http://downloadpolitics.com/entry.php?640-WWGSWD%BF%BF

  41. Light_V_Dark says:

    YOU, don’t seem to GET IT…ATHEISTS CANNOT BE HAPPY…The higher your HOLY-IQs, the less likely you are in having consciences, and, of NOT, BEING SEXUAL-PSYCHOPATHS…

    Liberal Bumper Stinker, Dude…QUESTION REALITY¿¿

    RELIGION IS A BY-PRODUCT OF FEAR. FOR MUCH OF HUMAN HISTORY IT MAY HAVE BEEN A NECESSARY EVIL, BUT WHY WAS IT MORE EVIL THAN NECESSARY? ISN’T KILLING PEOPLE IN THE NAME OF GOD A PRETTY GOOD DEFINITION OF INSANITY (Well, Big Guy, in every war, there are DARK FORCES, LIKE COMMUNISTS, JIHADISTS, AND YES, THE DREADED-NAZIS. WHAT SHOULD WE DO, ALLOW OURSELVES TO BE OVERRUN AND CONQUERED BY EVIL?)?
    http://www.atheistmemebase.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/085-Morality-has-been-hijacked-by-religion-650×605.jpeg

    “Once they have reached the age of puberty, it is OK… It doesn’t do any harm,” Clarke told the U.K.’s Sunday Mirror in 1998.

       http://downloadpolitics.com/entry.php?640-WWGSWD%BF%BF

  42. o0Nighthawk0o says:

    What every town needs to do is what my town does. These same morons tried this a few years ago with our Nativity display at the court house. It went nowhere. Our town allows ANY display by any group on public land as long as it doesn’t break any federal, state or local law, or pose a danger. So our council sent a letter back stating this and that they were more than welcome to request their own display. Nothing more was heard from the FFRF again.

    The nativity scene remained that year and every year since. An different atheist group did request their own display the following year and was allowed to put it up. That display happened that one year and hasn’t been back.

    Just like with most bullies, you stand up to them and they will back down.

  43. o0Nighthawk0o says:

    What every town needs to do is what my town does. These same morons tried this a few years ago with our Nativity display at the court house. It went nowhere. Our town allows ANY display by any group on public land as long as it doesn’t break any federal, state or local law, or pose a danger. So our council sent a letter back stating this and that they were more than welcome to request their own display. Nothing more was heard from the FFRF again.

    The nativity scene remained that year and every year since. An different atheist group did request their own display the following year and was allowed to put it up. That display happened that one year and hasn’t been back.

    Just like with most bullies, you stand up to them and they will back down.

  44. TED says:

    http://i62.tinypic.com/2zygz7c.jpg
    THEIR SEX LIFE, if you can call that level of deprivation sex anymore.

  45. TED says:

    http://i62.tinypic.com/2zygz7c.jpg
    THEIR SEX LIFE, if you can call that level of deprivation sex anymore.

  46. Mr. Rational says:

    Can’t even answer the question, can you?

    You’re fighting people who you want to leave you alone.

  47. Mr. Rational says:

    Can’t even answer the question, can you?

    You’re fighting people who you want to leave you alone.

  48. Jodie says:

    The Muslim “Allah” is Satan. Of course Satan exists!

    If you don’t understand who Satan is, then that explains a lot about why you cannot understand how God works.

  49. Jodie says:

    The Muslim “Allah” is Satan. Of course Satan exists!

    If you don’t understand who Satan is, then that explains a lot about why you cannot understand how God works.

  50. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    Just follow Barney Frank home…

  51. Smith and Wesson and Me says:

    Just follow Barney Frank home…

  52. whotothewhat says:

    Some where in Madison some anti-Christian zealot is laying on floor foaming at the mouth and twitching.

  53. whotothewhat says:

    Some where in Madison some anti-Christian zealot is laying on floor foaming at the mouth and twitching.

  54. OC21 says:

    I think this sums up a lot of what we are witnessing in this day and age.
    “The lesson for militant moonbats: get a life and leave people alone.”
    Please.

  55. OC21 says:

    I think this sums up a lot of what we are witnessing in this day and age.
    “The lesson for militant moonbats: get a life and leave people alone.”
    Please.

  56. Mark Daniel Johansen says:

    Good analogy! Just as Muslims in Iraq are torturing and killing anyone who doesn’t share their beliefs, so Christians in America are torturing and killing those poor atheists, and so atheists have no choice but … oh, wait. That’s not happening, is it?

  57. Mark Daniel Johansen says:

    Good analogy! Just as Muslims in Iraq are torturing and killing anyone who doesn’t share their beliefs, so Christians in America are torturing and killing those poor atheists, and so atheists have no choice but … oh, wait. That’s not happening, is it?

  58. williamrdickson says:

    How is this backfiring? The nativity is no longer on public land. That’s exactly the goal.

    Remember, the objective here is to enforce limits on government. As long as religious displays are on private property (which doesn’t mean hidden away indoors, it just means not owned by the government), atheists have no objection.

  59. williamrdickson says:

    How is this backfiring? The nativity is no longer on public land. That’s exactly the goal.

    Remember, the objective here is to enforce limits on government. As long as religious displays are on private property (which doesn’t mean hidden away indoors, it just means not owned by the government), atheists have no objection.

  60. Bodhisattva says:

    What an irrational, dishonest post!

    When/where did I ever say Allah does not exist? Let’s say, for argument, I believe Moslems believe in the same God I do, but just call Him by a different name. But I’ll give you a chance to back up your lies. Provide any link or example of where I ever said Allah does not exist.

    Where did I ever say I ‘oppose’ Islam itself? YOU seem confused, unable to think rationally. Indeed I am against some MOSLEMS who use religion as an excuse to commit evil acts, but if it were Christians or Jews doing that I would be just as against them – I have a problem with certain people and their acts, not the religion they falsely blame as their motivation for what they do.

    I think of Islam in much the same way as I think of Mormonism. I have no big issue with those who choose to believe in either system AND do so peacefully, reasonably. Just because I choose not to share some of their beliefs does not mean I oppose them. Your logic is childish, flawed and false.

  61. Bodhisattva says:

    What an irrational, dishonest post!

    When/where did I ever say Allah does not exist? Let’s say, for argument, I believe Moslems believe in the same God I do, but just call Him by a different name. But I’ll give you a chance to back up your lies. Provide any link or example of where I ever said Allah does not exist.

    Where did I ever say I ‘oppose’ Islam itself? YOU seem confused, unable to think rationally. Indeed I am against some MOSLEMS who use religion as an excuse to commit evil acts, but if it were Christians or Jews doing that I would be just as against them – I have a problem with certain people and their acts, not the religion they falsely blame as their motivation for what they do.

    I think of Islam in much the same way as I think of Mormonism. I have no big issue with those who choose to believe in either system AND do so peacefully, reasonably. Just because I choose not to share some of their beliefs does not mean I oppose them. Your logic is childish, flawed and false.

  62. Bodhisattva says:

    You may be right, but my take on Islam is that Mohammed reminds me of Jim Bakker. If you study who Mohammed was & exactly what he did you might see why.

  63. Bodhisattva says:

    You may be right, but my take on Islam is that Mohammed reminds me of Jim Bakker. If you study who Mohammed was & exactly what he did you might see why.

    Certainly many who claim to practice Islam truly follow Satan. No doubt about that.

  64. Bodhisattva says:

    You Are a liar.

    9/11 happened because they want to leave us alone?

    Best keep silent – so far your posts reveal you either have a dismal IQ or serious mental issues of some other kind.

  65. Bodhisattva says:

    You Are a liar.

    9/11 happened because they want to leave us alone?

    Best keep silent – so far your posts reveal you either have a dismal IQ or serious mental issues of some other kind.

  66. Mr. Rational says:

    9/11 happened because they want to leave us alone?

    Khobar Towers may have happened because they want us to leave them alone.  9/11 happened because they want superiority over us, and Clinton let them set up their operation on our territory.  We should have annihilated the Pashtun in reprisal, but Boosh was too wimpy to even level Kandahar when it was full of Taliban.

    Best keep silent

    Because I’ll otherwise expose the gaping holes in your narrative?  Not a chance.

  67. Mr. Rational says:

    9/11 happened because they want to leave us alone?

    Khobar Towers may have happened because they want us to leave them alone.  9/11 happened because they want superiority over us, and Clinton let them set up their operation on our territory.  We should have annihilated the Pashtun in reprisal, but Boosh was too wimpy to even level Kandahar when it was full of Taliban.

    Best keep silent

    Because I’ll otherwise expose the gaping holes in your narrative?  Not a chance.

  68. Bodhisattva says:

    Khobar Towers may have happened because they want us to leave them alone.

    It happened because we didn’t think ahead about the potential threats and because they saw an opportunity to carry out their goal to attack and kill some of us. People I knew died there.

    While it is true that in any such struggle one goal is to push the other side back, and despite the fact our liberals have demonstrated, unfortunately, that they turn tail and run when blood is shed, not all of us react that way.

    9/11 happened because they want superiority over us

    Ah, changing your narrative to close a gaping hole, I see. Interesting theory but not supported by any facts.

    Clinton let them set up their operation on our territory

    Clinton deserves a lot of blame but he alone was not responsible. His roadblocks to communication between different government agencies was an important factor.

    His efforts to try to help Gore steal the election and to impede the Bush administration in their process of getting their operation going likely played a role too.

    We should have annihilated the Pashtun in reprisal

    So you think genocide was the correct answer?

    Boosh was too wimpy

    I’ve heard lunatic lib-tards call Bush a lot of things, but never ‘wimpy’. That’s an interesting theory you got there. Were you in the reclined position in your Barcalounger, surrounded by empty beer cans, when you came up with it?

    Because I’ll otherwise expose the gaping holes in your narrative?

    No, obviously that’s not an issue. But it is true you can either be relatively quiet about ignorance or you can broadcast it to the world. Your choice.

    So far your score is 1 – you were part right about Clinton, though the seeds of this go all the way back to Carter and maybe even beyond.

  69. Bodhisattva says:

    Khobar Towers may have happened because they want us to leave them alone.

    It happened because we didn’t think ahead about the potential threats and because they saw an opportunity to carry out their goal to attack and kill some of us. People I knew died there.

    While it is true that in any such struggle one goal is to push the other side back, and despite the fact our liberals have demonstrated, unfortunately, that they turn tail and run when blood is shed, not all of us react that way.

    9/11 happened because they want superiority over us

    Ah, changing your narrative to close a gaping hole, I see. Interesting theory but not supported by any facts.

    Clinton let them set up their operation on our territory

    Clinton deserves a lot of blame but he alone was not responsible. His roadblocks to communication between different government agencies was an important factor.

    His efforts to try to help Gore steal the election and to impede the Bush administration in their process of getting their operation going likely played a role too.

    We should have annihilated the Pashtun in reprisal

    So you think genocide was the correct answer?

    Boosh was too wimpy

    I’ve heard lunatic lib-tards call Bush a lot of things, but never ‘wimpy’. That’s an interesting theory you got there. Were you in the reclined position in your Barcalounger, surrounded by empty beer cans, when you came up with it?

    Because I’ll otherwise expose the gaping holes in your narrative?

    No, obviously that’s not an issue. But it is true you can either be relatively quiet about ignorance or you can broadcast it to the world. Your choice.

    So far your score is 1 – you were part right about Clinton, though the seeds of this go all the way back to Carter and maybe even beyond.

  70. Bodhisattva says:

    The FFRF doesn’t care about private expressions of religion.

    Not true. They just know the difference between hard and easy targets.

  71. Bodhisattva says:

    The FFRF doesn’t care about private expressions of religion.

    Not true. They just know the difference between hard and easy targets.

    why can’t we just make this the default and then everyone’s happy?

    Two reasons:

    1) We did this once with the Soledad cross. The atheists sued to reverse the sale and won.

    2) The Constitution was never intended to be used to suppress religious expression, it was meant to ENSURE it. As usual, lib-tards have things backwards.

  72. Mr. Rational says:

    So you think genocide was the correct answer?

    To a mass-murder attack on our territory, organized on and orchestrated from theirs?  Yes.  We should have burned Kandahar to the ground when it was the last remaining Taliban stronghold.  The point is to horrify the survivors and the rest of the world to the point where hosting bin Laden or anyone like him is unthinkable.

    I’ve heard lunatic lib-tards call Bush a lot of things, but never ‘wimpy’.

    You didn’t hear Boosh say “Islam is peace“?  Wimpy.

    Were you in the reclined position in your Barcalounger, surrounded by empty beer cans, when you came up with it?

    Hard to do that when you don’t own a Barcalounger and don’t drink beer at home.

    the seeds of this go all the way back to Carter and maybe even beyond.

    The seeds of this go back to Saudi corruption of the American political elite back to the beginning of the petrodollar, and it crosses party boundaries.

  73. Mr. Rational says:

    So you think genocide was the correct answer?

    To a mass-murder attack on our territory, organized on and orchestrated from theirs?  Yes.  We should have burned Kandahar to the ground when it was the last remaining Taliban stronghold.  The point is to horrify the survivors and the rest of the world to the point where hosting bin Laden or anyone like him is unthinkable.

    I’ve heard lunatic lib-tards call Bush a lot of things, but never ‘wimpy’.

    You didn’t hear Boosh say “Islam is peace“?  Wimpy.

    Were you in the reclined position in your Barcalounger, surrounded by empty beer cans, when you came up with it?

    Hard to do that when you don’t own a Barcalounger and don’t drink beer at home.

    the seeds of this go all the way back to Carter and maybe even beyond.

    The seeds of this go back to Saudi corruption of the American political elite back to the beginning of the petrodollar, and it crosses party boundaries.

  74. Bodhisattva says:

    The Constitution was written to protect ALL expressions of religion. The theory that it was meant to be used to suppress ANY such expressions is ridiculous, given the facts. The answer to those who don’t like such expressions on public grounds is TOUGH, if you feel so bad about one being there, go ahead and set up yours next to it. Unfortunately misguided judges have made a series of rulings against the true meaning and intent of the Constitution.

  75. Bodhisattva says:

    The Constitution was written to protect ALL expressions of religion. The theory that it was meant to be used to suppress ANY such expressions is ridiculous, given the facts. The answer to those who don’t like such expressions on public grounds is TOUGH, if you feel so bad about one being there, go ahead and set up yours next to it. Unfortunately misguided judges have made a series of rulings against the true meaning and intent of the Constitution.

    See the post by o0Nighthawk0o below.

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