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Aug 28, 2003 | 8:56 AM EDT

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Christian America or UNITED States of America? Pick one...
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And before the faithful start blamming it, try to understand that I don't mind at all if you want to be religious - of any flavor of religion you like. I don't hate you. Really! I wish you all the best love and life offer.
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But don't push your beliefs on the rest of us through OUR government please (yes ours - mine too!). Be happy with your beliefs, and allow the rest of us to be happy without them.
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Fair enough?

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ImpetusImpetus

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 28, 2003

You are a true American.

Contrary to what the conservative majority in our American government would like to believe, our founding fathers wrote a document (The Constitution and the Bill Of Rights) devoid of preference to any one way of religion. This was amazingly farsighted of them. The United States of America that they created grew into the most powerful nation in the world, while other nations that governed themselves more theocratically languished in backwardness and suffered in religious warfare.

The United States of equal opportunity and rights as the founding fathers created it is in danger, though, and due to actions like that of the judge in Alabama, and those of our President who namedrops "God" in every speech he makes. Mixing Christianity and government is a relatively new concept of postwar conservatives.. "In God We Trust" and "Under God" were not on our money or in the pledge officially until 1954.

Our President endangers our nation by making it look like a radical theocracy to the rest of the world.

Thank you for making a good point with this flash, it should be shown on TV after the ludicrous pro theocracy rants I hear on Christian television.


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Stack-o-CupsStack-o-Cups

Rated 4 / 5 stars August 28, 2003

Good

Not bad. Nice animation, etc, it was pretty good. Perhaps you are the one forcing your doctrines on the religious - the Ten Commandments are a religious symbol AND and anceint law code, just like Hammurabi's Code and just like Napoleon's Law Code. Try looking at it from that pespective, perhaps? Not as a religious icon but as an early icon of the law?


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ZanrothZanroth

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 28, 2003

I'm no American

but, I do share your ideals, never lose them.