[Regarding the vandalism of an athiest billboard in Charlotte, NC]
While vandalism should not be condoned, these recent events shed light on what some Americans will do when they feel that their freedom of speech is threatened. An atheist spokesman in North Carolina said their message is needed to "let people know we exist and that there's a community here."
Yet he failed to mention the concerted effort of atheist groups to stop religious Americans from freely exercising their religion. Not content with having the freedom themselves to worship or not as they see fit, militant atheists increasingly seek to shackle the beliefs of their fellow citizens through their own distorted interpretation of "separation of church and state."
It is perhaps not surprising that some of those fellow citizens object.
Christine Dao, Institute for Creation Research 76 Comments
[7/10/2010 9:15:51 PM]
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