Comment: Too many fallacies to address, but I'll hit a few

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Too many fallacies to address, but I'll hit a few

1. People who do not believe in your deity are not "enemies of the faithful" - that is the thinking behind genocides and cruel and anti-freedom theocracies like Saudi Arabia. I am not your enemy, I am not forcing you to do anything. I just think you are deluded - as long as you don't force me to do anything or encroach on my liberties, I'm all good. It is precisely that type of attitude that is reinforced by the Bible. One of the 27 Commandments (not "the 10" you are so fond of) is to kill infidels.

2. Speaking of "The Ten" - 6 of them are against principles of freedom and the free market. 4 of them violate the constitution. Then there is the overly simplified "Do Not Kill" brought to you by the born-againers, which they violate on a daily basis, and actually commands the Israelites that they cannot murder a fellow Israelite, everyone else if fair game.

3. The US is the most religious nation on earth and almost exclusively Christian. That doesn't exactly hold to your accusation that Americans are anti-your god. Quite the contrary. I know....I know.....they are not real Christians because your church is the only Christian cult that knows the real god. Blah, Blah, Blah....

4. I don't know how so many people are historically retarded. But, the Soviet attrocities had nothing to do with religion. In fact the Bolshivek's used your god to encourage the workers to rise up against the Czar. And, even if that wasn't the case, millions were not killed because those in power were atheists (even though even that isn't true), they were killed because they were like us, they believed in liberty and freedom and knew it was the banksters taking over.

"In the beginning of a change the patriot is a scarce man, and brave, and hated and scorned. When his cause succeeds, the timid join him, for then it costs nothing to be a patriot."--Mark Twain