Comment: Agnostic here...

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Agnostic here...

I have not become "anti-christian", and I have little concern for what traditions others choose to follow. I am not hostile to Christianity, though I must admit that it annoys me that some would attempt to use the liberty movement to project their personal religious views on others. I simply do not understand why it is a good idea to marginalize people or place limits on "accepting" people, who otherwise would be great allies, based on personal preferences or lifestyles. This notion in itself is counter to liberty, not to mention we need everyone we can get. If we are able to "win", it will be from building coalitions, NOT agreeing 100% on what we do in our personal lives, just as if we "win" not everyone will choose to use their liberty the same way. This, in a nutshell is what I find irritating about Christian activism entangling itself into the liberty movement. It is paradoxical to advocate liberty and conformity in the same argument. If you want to kill a movement, continue to make posts such as these. If you do not actually work for the CIA, you are doing their work for them by dividing the group so that it may be conquered. Cut it out.