It changes it a lot, but you are too brain dead to see it.<quoted text>
That changes nothing, you Dumbass. It only adds to it. Notice below, the exact copy and paste from your own post, in particlular:
"And what were these general principles? I answer, the general principles of Christianity, in which all those sects were united, and the general principles of English and American liberty, in which all those young men united, and which had united all parties in America, in majorities sufficient to assert and maintain her independence."
So you think adding "the general principles of English and American liberty" negates the assertion of the general principles of Christianity?
Still batting 1000.
What else you got, Shit Heel?
And, as pointed out, Barton left out the whole bit about "general principles of English and American liberty"...that is, the Enlightenment. Barton say Christian...and only Christian. Leaving out so much of the quote is very dishonest.
But then, you have shown just how dishonest you are yourself so I guess you can't see it when others lie. Particularly when they are saying things you want to hear.