Sunday, March 25, 2012


  I will post this on top, because many won't read to the bottom.


"political change." What kind of change do they want? Change the First Amendment? What, so it reads freedom FROM religion" What the hell do they care what people do?

These are the same people that think it's fine to mock religion. But you can't mock them. The same loons that think it's fine that Bill Maher can uttered female vulgarisms, but than want to fire Rush for his comments.
The same ones that won't let a Conservative speak at a collage but will let some left wing dictator speak.

The same ones that protest and vandalize a G20 and WTO meeting.
The same ones that want tax payer funded health care but don't pay any federal income tax. They want tax payers to pay for their collage tuition and their home mortgage when they don't pay any taxes.
Next they will expect the government to give them a job. Because they can't find one they like.

This is the "give me" generation. Also called Occupy Wall Street.
They act like spoiled children. Their mommy and daddy gave them everything they wanted. Maybe there mommy and daddy worked hard for a living.

What they want is Socialism.

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

 Atheists rally in Washington for godless

Published March 24, 2012
Atheists and other nonbelievers are gathering Saturday on the National Mall for what organizers say may be the largest secular gathering in Washington's history.
Thousands of atheists, humanists and others are expected to gather for the "Reason Rally," featuring speakers, music and comedy. Organizers say they also expect to be challenged by religious groups.

The National Park Service says a permit calls for an estimated crowd of 15,000.
The American Humanist Society is one of the primary sponsors. Roy Speckhardt, the group's executive director, says the rally will be a "coming out party" for humanists and atheists and a rally for political change.
Atheists held their first large gathering on the Mall in 2002. It was billed as "The Godless March on Washington."

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