Tuesday, January 06, 2009

We Oughta have the right to not be Offended

Dan Barker and Michael Newdow

The head of an atheist group told FOX News Radio on Tuesday that by allowing a prayer at President-elect Obama's inauguration, the government is subjecting atheists and agonostics to someone else's religious beliefs. — Mike Majchrowitz

Look it up in the Constitution, we have the right not be offended here in America! That’s right no one can be subjected to anything that they feel is objectionable.

So if homosexuals offend anyone then they should be excluded. If Jews offend anyone then they should be excluded. If Muslims offend anyone then they should be excluded.

Hey why don’t we take a poll, everything and anything that is deemed offensive should be excluded from American life.

Whatever we once were, we are no longer a Christian nation – at least, not just. We are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, a Buddhist nation, and a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers.—Barack Hussein Obama June 28, 2006

But wait, that type of thinking is completely antithetical to the American idea yet Dan Barker, co-president of the Freedom From Religion Foundation, has joined with Michael Newdow, in a federal lawsuit seeking to enjoin the Presidential Inaugural Committee from sponsoring prayers at the official inauguration.

This kind of intolerance would not be tolerated save for it is intolerance against American tradition and Christianity. Apparently the only two things that can be safely attacked by agents of intolerance such as Barker and Newdow.

The enemies of American tradition and Christianity see this as their time, the time to completely eradicate America as we know it. They believe that a Barack Obama presidency has given them license to support and propose every sort of nefarious and devious ideology. (see story)

Could this the change that president-elect Obama promised? It will be if the courts rule in these intolerants favor.

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