In America, atheists are still in the closet

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So do many other interest and identity groups. Complaint is our political lingua franca: it's what Occupiers, Tea Partiers, Wall Street titans, religious and irreligious people share.

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Thinking

UK

#49663 Aug 15, 2013
7+ posts in a row gets you my "Cuntard of the Day" award.

Way to go, cuntard!
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Does the sun move, yes or no?
Keep in mind, I don't care how you respond one way or another, it does, much as the members of the House of Lords are appointed and that the UK and Sweden are monarchies without regard to the opinions you post.

Since: Jun 07

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#49664 Aug 15, 2013
The lady barefoot doth protest too much
LCNlin

United States

#49665 Aug 15, 2013
Thinking wrote:
7+ posts in a row gets you my "Cuntard of the Day" award.
Way to go, cuntard!
<quoted text>
behind Bob ;-)

Since: Jun 07

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#49666 Aug 15, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
Does the sun move, yes or no?
Keep in mind, I don't care how you respond one way or another, it does, much as the members of the House of Lords are appointed and that the UK and Sweden are monarchies without regard to the opinions you post.
Idiot without proof of god who doesn't understand what a constitutional monarch art is!!!!

Since: Feb 11

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#49667 Aug 18, 2013
Thinking wrote:
7+ posts in a row gets you my "Cuntard of the Day" award.
The DNA designs on your blouse win you the Jackson Pollock Award for 2013.

Nice use of white for accents, Shug.

Wipe your chin....

Since: Feb 11

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#49668 Aug 18, 2013
-Skeptic- wrote:
<quoted text>
Idiot without proof of god who doesn't understand what a constitutional monarch art is!!!!
The idiot without proof refuting God's existence doesn't know a constitutional monarchy is in fact a... wait for it...

Monarchy.
Thinking

UK

#49669 Aug 18, 2013
If you're only interesed in taking the last word out of context, then you live in a republic exactly like Iran.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
The idiot without proof refuting God's existence doesn't know a constitutional monarchy is in fact a... wait for it...
Monarchy.

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#49670 Aug 18, 2013
Thinking wrote:
If you're only interesed in taking the last word out of context, then you live in a republic exactly like Iran.
<quoted text>
The United KING_dom is a monarchy.

The rest of the world isn't waiting for you to agree or to admit you were wrong.

The United States is a democracy.

Iran isn't. Iranians don't get to vote for whomever the please in Parliamentary elections- the candidates are "approved" to run for election.

The United King_dom isn't, either.

At least in Iran, people can vote (choose) from a slate of candidates (not to be confused with anyone who wishes to run can do so)- but in the UK (to compare)- more than half of the Parliament is APPOINTED.

And.. of course, the UK head of state inheriets that title, and the Prime Minister is not elected by the subjects of the UK but by
the party in power.
Thinking

UK

#49671 Aug 19, 2013
If you're only interesed in taking the last word out of context, then you live in a republic exactly like Iran.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
The United KING_dom is a monarchy.
The rest of the world isn't waiting for you to agree or to admit you were wrong.
The United States is a democracy.
Iran isn't. Iranians don't get to vote for whomever the please in Parliamentary elections- the candidates are "approved" to run for election.
The United King_dom isn't, either.
At least in Iran, people can vote (choose) from a slate of candidates (not to be confused with anyone who wishes to run can do so)- but in the UK (to compare)- more than half of the Parliament is APPOINTED.
And.. of course, the UK head of state inheriets that title, and the Prime Minister is not elected by the subjects of the UK but by
the party in power.

Since: Feb 11

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#49672 Aug 19, 2013
Thinking wrote:
If you're only interesed in taking the last word out of context, then you live in a republic exactly like Iran.
<quoted text>
Out of context?

In the English language, the word that comes in front of the noun (typically) is an adjective... which is used to define or further qualify that noun.

A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy.

Maybe they spent too much time in those required Christian classes and not enough in English, eh, STicky?

PS: The US is a democracy- if your like, you can say it is a democratic republic.

We- citizens- elect out members of our "parliament"- all of them, excluding those who are appointed to fill in the incomplete term due to death or resignation... well over 99 percent.

The SUBJECTS in the UK- to compare- elect less than half.

An appointed parliament- by no stretch- is not a democratic government.

Pointing aside your head of state is off course.. a monarchy.
Thinking

UK

#49673 Aug 20, 2013
If you're only interesed in taking the last word out of context, then you live in a republic exactly like Iran.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
Out of context?
In the English language, the word that comes in front of the noun (typically) is an adjective... which is used to define or further qualify that noun.
A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy.
Maybe they spent too much time in those required Christian classes and not enough in English, eh, STicky?
PS: The US is a democracy- if your like, you can say it is a democratic republic.
We- citizens- elect out members of our "parliament"- all of them, excluding those who are appointed to fill in the incomplete term due to death or resignation... well over 99 percent.
The SUBJECTS in the UK- to compare- elect less than half.
An appointed parliament- by no stretch- is not a democratic government.
Pointing aside your head of state is off course.. a monarchy.

Since: Feb 11

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#49674 Aug 20, 2013
Thinking wrote:
If
Out of context?

In the English language, the word that comes in front of the noun (typically) is an adjective... which is used to define or further qualify that noun.

A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy.

Maybe they spent too much time in those required Christian classes and not enough in English, eh, STicky?

PS: The US is a democracy- if your like, you can say it is a democratic republic.

We- citizens- elect out members of our "parliament"- all of them, excluding those who are appointed to fill in the incomplete term due to death or resignation... well over 99 percent.

The SUBJECTS in the UK- to compare- elect less than half.

An appointed parliament- by no stretch- is not a democratic government.

Pointing aside your head of state is off course.. a monarchy.
Thinking

UK

#49675 Aug 20, 2013
If you're only interesed in taking the last word out of context, then you live in a republic exactly like Iran.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
Out of context?
In the English language, the word that comes in front of the noun (typically) is an adjective... which is used to define or further qualify that noun.
A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy.
Maybe they spent too much time in those required Christian classes and not enough in English, eh, STicky?
PS: The US is a democracy- if your like, you can say it is a democratic republic.
We- citizens- elect out members of our "parliament"- all of them, excluding those who are appointed to fill in the incomplete term due to death or resignation... well over 99 percent.
The SUBJECTS in the UK- to compare- elect less than half.
An appointed parliament- by no stretch- is not a democratic government.
Pointing aside your head of state is off course.. a monarchy.
LCNlin

United States

#49676 Aug 20, 2013
Thinking wrote:
If you're only interesed in taking the last word out of context, then you live in a republic exactly like Iran.
<quoted text>
Iran and England have established Churches.
In the United States we have separation of Church and State.
Atheists in England seem rather weak if they can not change your home grown theocracy ?
Just saying ....

Since: Feb 11

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#49677 Aug 20, 2013
Thinking wrote:
If
Out of context?

In the English language, the word that comes in front of the noun (typically) is an adjective... which is used to define or further qualify that noun.

A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy.

Maybe they spent too much time in those required Christian classes and not enough in English, eh, STicky?

PS: The US is a democracy- if your like, you can say it is a democratic republic.

We- citizens- elect out members of our "parliament"- all of them, excluding those who are appointed to fill in the incomplete term due to death or resignation... well over 99 percent.

The SUBJECTS in the UK- to compare- elect less than half.

An appointed parliament- by no stretch- is not a democratic government.

Pointing aside your head of state is off course.. a monarch.
LCNlin

United States

#49678 Aug 20, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
Out of context?
In the English language, the word that comes in front of the noun (typically) is an adjective... which is used to define or further qualify that noun.
A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy.
Maybe they spent too much time in those required Christian classes and not enough in English, eh, STicky?
PS: The US is a democracy- if your like, you can say it is a democratic republic.
We- citizens- elect out members of our "parliament"- all of them, excluding those who are appointed to fill in the incomplete term due to death or resignation... well over 99 percent.
The SUBJECTS in the UK- to compare- elect less than half.
An appointed parliament- by no stretch- is not a democratic government.
Pointing aside your head of state is off course.. a monarch.
LOL

Since: Jun 07

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#49679 Aug 20, 2013
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
The idiot without proof refuting God's existence doesn't know a constitutional monarchy is in fact a... wait for it...
Monarchy.
Idiot too stupid to realise the burden of proof lies on the idiot stupid enough to lie about god in the first place!

& the constitutional monarchy!

Since: Jun 07

Location hidden

#49680 Aug 20, 2013
LCNlin wrote:
<quoted text>
Iran and England have established Churches.
In the United States we have separation of Church and State.
Atheists in England seem rather weak if they can not change your home grown theocracy ?
Just saying ....
Nobody here gives a f what a weasley creationist failure thinks.
Thinking

UK

#49681 Aug 20, 2013
If you're only interesed in taking the last word out of context, then you live in a republic exactly like Iran.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>
Out of context?
In the English language, the word that comes in front of the noun (typically) is an adjective... which is used to define or further qualify that noun.
A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy.
Maybe they spent too much time in those required Christian classes and not enough in English, eh, STicky?
PS: The US is a democracy- if your like, you can say it is a democratic republic.
We- citizens- elect out members of our "parliament"- all of them, excluding those who are appointed to fill in the incomplete term due to death or resignation... well over 99 percent.
The SUBJECTS in the UK- to compare- elect less than half.
An appointed parliament- by no stretch- is not a democratic government.
Pointing aside your head of state is off course.. a monarch.
LCNlin

United States

#49682 Aug 20, 2013
-Skeptic- wrote:
<quoted text>
Nobody here gives a f what a weasley creationist failure thinks.
Defensive and irrational.
New face of atheism ?

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