Comment: Tsk tsk, atheistkult at it's finest.

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Tsk tsk, atheistkult at it's finest.

I'm not going to reiterate the massive distortions in logic that are in the original post you shared with us (scan down to my lower comment if you feel so inclined), but you sound about as brain-dead as The Amazing Atheist does when he puts up anti-Ron Paul material. Your entire argument here rests on the product of Anglican political absolutism with a trace of Fundamentalist kookery in George W. Bush.

If you want some cold reality, you can try to explain away how one of your likely inspirations Christopher Hitchens gets off celebrating the same Iraq War and actually helped Bush promote it, and continually justified the mass slaughters that took place in the Soviet Union on the grounds that it "modernized a backward culture". And spare me the No True Scotsman fallacy of saying "I don't agree with Hitchens". You've conflated every dissenting Christian who agrees with you on the issue of the Iraq War with it's chief proponent as if we're pushing the exact same product, so let's see some consistency here.

If you want to feel proud over your selective skepticism, be my guest, but don't pretend that you're more enlightened than the rest of us, because you're quite far from being so.

“My attitude toward progress has passed from antagonism to boredom. I have long ceased to argue with people who prefer Thursday to Wednesday because it is Thursday.” - G.K. Chesterton