Comment: You have a choice

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You have a choice

We certainly wouldn't want to institute bans on religious or atheistic posts, right? Most posts of either bent are easily recognizable after the first few sentences. So rather than being offended by every little nuance of Christianity or Atheism (that's a religion, too, by the way), just move on to something else. We should have learned by now that conversion to either belief is not going to happen on the Daily Paul. So why divide and splinter the movement even further? Both sides are correct in their claims that the other side can be offensive, vicious, and just plain nasty in trying to argue their points. So no one wins! Although I am a Christian who believes that "God" played and integral part in the forming of our Constitution (in other words, God is referred to many times in the writings of our Founders), and I would hope that someday the non-believers would become believers, I don't visit the Daily Paul with the goal of turning everyone into a Christian. And I would guess that most of the Atheists and Agnostics who visit here don't come here to turn people in their direction, either. But, we're only human, so we get attracted to these controversial topics like bugs to a flame. In the end we run the great risk of destroying each other, and the liberty movement. Some old advice from my dearly departed Mom... if you have nothing good to say, then say nothing at all. We have many bigger fish to fry that have nothing to do with religion, and everything to do with freedom. Let's pledge to ourselves to work on those.