Comment: But it is that simple.

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But it is that simple.

I have two devout Christian friends who attend church on different days. One attends on Sunday, and the other on Saturday, because they both read the bible and took different parts to mean different things, so now, one is following the will of God, and one is mistakenly not following the will. Why? Because the bible was written, translated, and interpreted by imperfect people. Sorry for the sarcasm, but it is just ridiculous to me that a perfect being left us imperfect instructions, instructions which have visibly led to people following the religion in vastly different manners. These descrepencies lead me to wonder if it really matters at all what you take from the bible, even if you believe or don't believe that it's alleged writer existed.

Free market capitalism isn't right for America because it works better. It's right because it's free (and it works better).