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Wednesday, March 07, 2012


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tim aka The Godless Heathen

These people have some problem with logic not only with this matter but with their organization in general.

They state at their website that “The purposes of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, Inc., as stated in its bylaws, are to promote the constitutional principle of separation of state and church.” Since the constitution doesn’t specifically mention “separation of state and church” I’ll assume they’re referring to the 1st Amendment which reads -”Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof”. Which basically prohibits the government from infringing on religion. Which if they could put set aside their obvious hatred for religion they would realize that this attack under the guise of “contraceptives” is exactly that.

How they decided that the Catholic church in defended itself from the government imposing on them to make contraceptives available to those it insures to be an issue of “separation of state and church” is beyond reason.

But one, including this atheist, can easily make the opposite case. That being, the government is trying to impose on the Catholic church to provide something that is against it’s values and principles. And indeed is “prohibiting the free exercise” of said religion.

For those that hold up our founding documents as examples of their existence, it’s laughable that they would sate that that contraceptives for women is a “right”. I missed that part, along with healthcare and “affordable housing” is a “right” along with the rest of the social justice crappola groups like this promote.

I would think any organization that’s been in existence for 34 years and still only has 17,000 members would maybe evaluate itself, just maybe come to a conclusion that it’s not really relevant.

You are being used, you’re nothing but useful idiots. Helping to promote the infringement of yet another example of Big government creeping into our lives. You are on the wrong side of the argument and too ignorant to realize it.

In conclusion, you don’t speak for me. Just stop already making asses out of yourselves and giving the rest of us thinking atheists a bad reputation.


We love ya tim!


"Let us be thankful for the fools (or useful idiots); but for them, the rest of us could not succeed."

The asinine ignorance of FFRF's urging people to leave the Catholic Church just proves how vital the Church truly is.

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