Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said Tuesday that President Barack Obama's administration has "fought against religion" and sought to substitute a "secular" agenda for one grounded in ...
What kind of agenda does Mitt Money think the President SHOULD have if not a secular one? A theocratic one?
Anything but atheist or muslim is fine.
We cannot separate our religious views from any other rational views of life, practice, or personal conduct. Where there is a complete lack of religious values, then the person is so twisted and antisocial that clarity in reason would be impossible.
Hence we need to understand the deeper rationale of what goes on around us and deal with it correctly, if we are to deal correctly with anything else. If we disregard all but a very few items on a specific and hidden agenda, then we have a somewhat simpler decision, but that decision will always be incorrect.
We must consider all that is reasonable to act reasonably. Atheists make a point to disregard all that they do not understand, creating not only havoc, but gross injustice in the bargain.
Rocmike why do all of your aliases go to old questions and answers no one has been on in a long time? AP-Ladydarko does the same thing. Could it be you are the same poster. What a sad lonely life you have.