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Good Article. And even better comments section! Sorry that there are so many God haters though. Witchcraft and demon procession are real and have been around since the beginning of time. But one comment I must reply to- Steven Sandersons. Yes, Americas founding Fathers were some of the richest best educated men of their time. But loving Europe or even holding it in high esteem? Come now. I believe the revolution settled that question.

T Stewart-USA, timesonline 33 Comments [9/29/2008 10:25:55 AM]
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Redneck Bimbo Governor

Is a demon procession like a parade?

9/29/2008 10:40:27 AM

aaa

Kid, what do you know about Europe?

9/29/2008 10:55:31 AM

Quantum Mechanic

"demon procession"

They're having a parade?
Why did no one tell me?

9/29/2008 11:07:49 AM

upallnite

I was there with the shriners!

9/29/2008 11:14:09 AM

Michael

Witchcraft and Demon POSSESSION (fundies can't spell as usual) are RELIGIONS every bit as much as Christianity - the biggest fake of them all.
The Founding Fathers did love Europe, but not the guys in charge at the time.

9/29/2008 11:15:45 AM

Dan Onymous

The revolution wasn't about disliking Europe, it was about disliking foreign rule. Not the same thing by any means. Most of the people fighting against independence were actually American.

9/29/2008 11:16:18 AM

IanC

Oh boohoo, a random asshole doesn't like us. Oh im going to cry my eyes out.

9/29/2008 11:19:37 AM

Mortok

Is it a normal demon parade, or a gay pride demon parade?

9/29/2008 11:20:53 AM

Alcari

Mortok wins this comment page

9/29/2008 11:53:19 AM

Darth Wang

Biblically incorrect. Witchcraft comes from Satan, and so do demons. So it didn't exist before God created Satan. You fail @ Christianity

9/29/2008 12:07:49 PM

freako104

The Revolution was against leaders who were trying to rule them with an iron fist and tax them.

9/29/2008 12:16:57 PM

Grigori Yefimovich

Somebody's never heard of The Enlightenment, and it's not Benjamin Franklin.

9/29/2008 12:21:03 PM



Rebelling against rule by England =/= Having a massive-hate-on for all of Europe.

or:

So that's why France helped us out with that oneā€¦ Because we hated all of Europe, which includes them.

9/29/2008 12:25:01 PM

Fdragon

Acutally, from what I have read the Founding Fathers did indeed hold Europe in high esteem, and it was with great relctance that they fought for independence. Not because they did not belive in it, but because they loved Europian socity so much.

9/29/2008 12:34:35 PM

kingoftheheavies

Wait...

gawd created witchcraft and demon possesion? Since they were around before man and all that tripe.

I'm beginning to think your gawd is a dick, making all this evil shit.

9/29/2008 12:53:20 PM

Reverend Jeremiah

To all non-Americans on this board, not all of us Americans think this way and are embarassed when our citizens say things like this, or "freedom fries", or other such non-sense like that. We appreciate and respect our allies and friends.

9/29/2008 1:00:47 PM

Bri

I guess demon procession is what summertime was talking about to get your demon exercised.

9/29/2008 1:01:40 PM

Elphada

@ Reverend Jeremiah: I cringed when I heard the term "freedom fries."

my dear T Stewart: ever been to Europe? There's an arse load of history, architecture, art, FOOD :), etc. over across the Pond. Don't knock it.

9/29/2008 1:29:50 PM

The L

Wow. I want to see a demon procession! I hear they have excellent pyrotechnic displays.

Reverend Jeremiah: I only call them "freedom fries" if they're "free" of calories. In other words, never.

And why does no one ever mention "liberty cabbage?"

9/29/2008 1:57:35 PM

Xotan

Europe means a lot more that the anglophone area. Many of the founding fathers were oriented towards France rather than Britain.

Vive la France! She gave you Lady Liberty, the Archangel of all Liberals! But the American revolutions hasn't happened - yet! It could be around the corner if America is allowed to sink any further, though. There are many Americans who, properly, are upset by the bad deal they've been getting over the past 8 years.

I have a vision of a Mardi Gras (French!!!!) of Demons all got up in their best cozzies and ready to march down Main Street America led by a band of devils playing jazz. But somehow I think you meant possession - like owning a house, you know? Then there is re-possession (after foreclosure) which is what pastors try to do in Jayzuz'z name. But it doesn't always work.

A final point. You have omitted quite a few apostrophes. Please learn all about them and how to use them. It would be so much more pleasant then to read you turgid shite if you did.

9/29/2008 2:23:09 PM

GigaGuess

@Reverend Jeremiah

Oh, believe me. I'm aware that the people who end up getting heard are usually the vocal minority...and unfortunately, outside of a few rare cases, IQ tends to decrease as volume increases...

I just cringed when I heard the "Freedom Fries" crap, though. A country that has nothing to do with an event refused to be dragged into a war that was essentially an international embarrassment in waiting. In my eyes, they should have been applauded...not reviled.

9/29/2008 3:05:23 PM

NoAstronomer

History Fail.

9/29/2008 3:07:29 PM

myheadhurts

Since the beginning of time? So god practiced witchcraft before humans came along. That explains a lot.

9/29/2008 3:58:28 PM

Moondog

My parents told my sister and me there was no such thing as witches, or ghosts or monsters when we were kids. It made scary shows on TV or scary stories that much easier to deal with when we were little. If a five-year-old knows there's no such thing as witches, but I'll watch it on Scooby-Doo just the same, why does an adlult still believe in them? Are you really that dumb?

9/29/2008 4:37:41 PM

Brenz

Yeah, just look at the disdain they bore France.

I love my country, but I might shout "USA" louder if the rest of the crowd doing it wasn't so stupid.

9/29/2008 5:12:59 PM
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