In America, atheists are still in the closet

Apr 11, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Spiked

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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Name the degree.
Obviously, you have problems copying things verbatim.
Politics, right there on the link.

You lost. You lied. You "Barefooted"

Going to cite your source yet?

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Even if the post is straight to a degree in politics? Amazing.
Watch this: Degrees offered by University of virgina...

Programs and Degrees Offered

Listed below are the programs and degrees offered by the Graduate Schools of the University of Virginia. The number of credits required for each degree is listed in the program descriptions. The University reserves the right to increase the number of credits necessary for a student to receive a degree in a particular field when the student has not completed the courses designated as being necessary for completion of the degree program. The degrees and programs listed below will appear on students’ official academic records after they have been awarded the degree. Degrees are conferred in May, August, and January. All course work must be completed before the conferral of a degree. Students who do not complete their course work by the published graduation date will be awarded their degree at the next available degree date. Degree requirements are subject to change each year by vote of the faculties of the schools in which the programs are offered. The abbreviations used in this table include the following:

D.B.A., Doctor of Business Administration;
D.N.P. Doctor of Nursing Practice
Ed.D., Doctor of Education;
Ed.S., Education Specialist;
J.D., Juris Doctor;
L.L.M., Master of Laws;
M.A., Master of Arts;
M.A.M, Master of Applied Mechanics;
M.A.P.E., Master of Arts in Physics Education;
M.Arch., Master of Architecture;
M.Arch.H., Master of Architectural History;
M.B.A., Master of Business Administration;
M.C.S., Master of Computer Science;
M.D., Doctor of Medicine;
M.E., Master of Engineering;
M.E.P., Master of Engineering Physics;
M.Ed., Master of Education;
M.F.A., Master of Fine Arts;
M.L.A., Master of Landscape Architecture;
M.M.S.E., Master of Materials Science and Engineering;
M.P.H., Master of Public Health;
M.S., Master of Science;
M.S.N., Master of Science in Nursing;
M.T., Master of Teaching;
M.U.E.P., Master of Urban and Environmental Planning;
Ph.D., Doctor of Philosophy;
S.J.D., Doctor of Juridical Science.

http://records.ureg.virginia.edu/content.php...

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Politics, right there on the link.
It must be right next your definition of "unanimous".

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Mikko wrote:
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never said no
Great, then I am right when I say Sweden is a monarchy.

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Politics, right there on the link.
Here's a real lik:

University of Florida
100+ degrees offered:

https://catalog.ufl.edu/ugrad/current/Pages/m...

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"MRes political research" or "undergraduate politics degree".
It isn't up to me to prove your assertions, you silly twit.

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So you demand that only arrested cases count? Alright then:
"The Inquisitr reports that a 22-year-old woman from California was arrested after posting a racial slur against President Obama on her Facebook account. Denise Helms, who is clearly not a supporter of the African American President, told her friends that maybe “he will get assassinated” prompting authorities to investigate her.
Wasn't arrested, SuperFAG.

You should have asked yourself this question:

Who in the hell is "The Inquisitr" and how come no one else reported her being arrested?

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Helms is not the only person who posted offensive messages against the United States President after the results of the election were communicated on Tuesday evening....

What say you now?
I say you are a real dope to crawl out on yet another limb, SuperFAG, and not check your sources.

HAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

WHAT A DOPE!

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An umbrella term is a term
Not an English major, eh?

I can't imagine the number of imaginary voices you are hearing from all the conversations you insist we are having.

One of the reasons I keep insisting you provide the quote and why you can't.

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Going to cite your source yet?
Waiting for you to put up, SuperFag.

“There is no god!”

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Great, then I am right when I say Sweden is a monarchy.
And i'm right when i say Sweden is a democracy.

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And i'm right when i say Sweden is a democracy.
Sweden Is Top Democracy; Italy `Flawed,' Study Shows

Sweden is the world's most democratic state while Italy, a member of the Group of Seven industrialized nations, ranks as a ``flawed'' democracy and fails to make the top category of countries, the Economist said.

Countries are split into four regime types determined by their democratic credentials, according to a list published in the Economist's ``The World In 2007'' report. The classifications are: full democracies, flawed democracies, hybrid regimes and authoritarian regimes. The U.S., at 17th, and the U.K., at 23rd, ranked in the bottom half of the full democracies.

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news...
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Watch this: Degrees offered by University of virgina...
I see no difference other than the fact that you pasted the text as well as the link. You are telling me that you could not be bothered clicking on the links I provided?

Also:

The Woodrow Wilson Department of Politics supports research and honors teaching that develop a critical understanding of national and international politics. Its distinguished faculty members seek to instill in their students a theoretical and practical appreciation of the ideas, institutions, and history that shape political life. The Department celebrates methodological pluralism: it seeks to promote an awareness of the strengths and weaknesses of different methodologies so that students can evaluate and select the approaches most suited to exploring the research questions in which they are interested. The faculty and students approach these questions through a rich variety of topics, including democratization; liberalism and its critics; race, gender, and ethnicity; political economy; and the role of human rights international affairs.

The Department is comprised of four subfields: American Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations, and Political Theory. Although individual faculty members usually specialize in a particular area of research, empirical and theoretical interests are frequently shared across subfields.

Bolstering the Department's standing as a locus of rigorous empirical and theoretical research is its close affiliation with a number of research centers and institutions, including The Miller Center of Public Affairs, the Center for Politics, the Center for Survey Research, theCenter for South Asian Studies, the East Asia Center, The Carter G. Woodson Institute for African-American and African Studies, Studies in Women and Gender (SWAG), the Media Studies Program, the Center for Middle-East Studies, the Department of Latin American Studies, and the Center for Russian and East European Studies (CRESS).

http://politics.virginia.edu/aboutus

Look! Virginia offers Politics degrees too. Shall we pretend that this page does not exist too?
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It must be right next your definition of "unanimous".
Right there in the link. You lost, manchild.
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Here's a real lik:
University of Florida
100+ degrees offered:
https://catalog.ufl.edu/ugrad/current/Pages/m...
So you are saying that a list of degrees offered is much more convincing for evidence of degrees than a link straight to the Politics degree itself from Aberdeen?

Is that what you are honestly saying?

But, hey, look!:

Undergraduate Program
The mission of the undergraduate major in Political Science is to educate students who are interested in politics into politically literate citizens capable of understanding governments and political processes in the U.S. and abroad, as well as the interactions among governments. The undergraduate major is intended to develop students' frames of reference and their critical and analytical skills in order to help them understand the political world.

There are currently about 1,400 undergraduate Political Science majors at the University of Florida. Every year 75-100 students participate in our internship program with local, state, and federal agencies and legislative offices. In addition, UF offers a variety of study abroad programs through the International Center. Students may join Pi Sigma Alpha, a Political Science honor society which publishes a newsletter and provides undergraduates with opportunities to serve the community, attend social events, and promote political awareness around campus. Another way to participate in department life is to write for the UF International Review, a student-run quarterly journal of international affairs.

http://web.polisci.ufl.edu/undergrad/index.ht...

We're on a role, manchild! Three different universities that all give out Politics degrees. Let's sweep this under the carpet too.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>It isn't up to me to prove your assertions, you silly twit.
Barefoot, you just linked me to two universities that issue Politics degrees. Thank you very, very much for shooting yourself in the foot.
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<quoted text>Wasn't arrested, SuperFAG.

You should have asked yourself this question:

Who in the hell is "The Inquisitr" and how come no one else reported her being arrested?
Threatening the president has potential for felony charges - did you not read that? She was being monitored by the Secret Service - did you not read that?

You keep clinging to the "arrested" angle; it matters not. The fact that we have two people now who have at the worst lost their jobs does not exactly say much about your freedom of speech being any better than ours.

Your freedom of speech, like ours, has consequences.

The only way that ours is any more "severe" than yours is because Britain is much more sensitive to racism and extremeism and does not pander to uneducated mobs of rednecks who still think America is in the Civil War.
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I say you are a real dope to crawl out on yet another limb, SuperFAG, and not check your sources.
HAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!
WHAT A DOPE!
Speaking of checking sources, when are you going to show me the source you got the Macmillan quote from if it was not from Wikipedia?
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Not an English major, eh?

I can't imagine the number of imaginary voices you are hearing from all the conversations you insist we are having.

One of the reasons I keep insisting you provide the quote and why you can't.
Running away from a link defining it, eh?

I see how it works. You think that if you do not know about something, then it does not exist.

Umbrella term does exist, and furthermore, you are -again- playing word games to run away from the argument itself.

Face it: you think all cars are the same. You think are food is the same. You think all mammals are the same. You think all reptiles are the same. You think all nationalities are the same. You think all colours are the same.

That is your black-or-white logic in action. That is why you cannot answer any questions.

That is why, manchild, you play word games.
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Waiting for you to put up, SuperFag.
Translation: Barefoot lied about not getting the quote from Wikipedia.

I know that you cannot take any more and pray every night that I magically disappear. I am not. I have said it before and will say it again:

You, my manchild friend, are my Topix b!tch. If I have time to kill, I am going to play me some whack-a-mole.

Keep the inanities coming.
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<quoted text>Sweden Is Top Democracy; Italy `Flawed,' Study Shows
Sweden is the world's most democratic state while Italy, a member of the Group of Seven industrialized nations, ranks as a ``flawed'' democracy and fails to make the top category of countries, the Economist said.
Countries are split into four regime types determined by their democratic credentials, according to a list published in the Economist's ``The World In 2007'' report. The classifications are: full democracies, flawed democracies, hybrid regimes and authoritarian regimes. The U.S., at 17th, and the U.K., at 23rd, ranked in the bottom half of the full democracies.
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news...
"the U.K., at 23rd, ranked in the bottom half of the full democracies."

Interesting, yet according to Barefoot's black-or-white logic, because we have a monarch we do not qualify as a democracy.

Just like since Einstein was a man, he was not a German.

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barefoot2626 wrote:
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Poor Skanque: prove wrong yet again.
Macmillan was not elected by his party.
And the Queen MAKES the appointment.
Of course, that is using the English language and the actual meaning of words.
WTF have you been smoking you drippydick cuckold

YES I agree

Wrong she approves the appointment as I have shown you several times on both government and the queens own site.

You would not know the “English” language if it sat on your face and farted.
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Presidents die. Vice presidents are elected.
No matter how hard you stomp your feet.
Now why don't you give us a list of prime ministers who have been elected prime ministers?
Let me help you: none. Zero.
Never ever.
Yes and PMs resign, live with it. I have already explained, and shown you how via links, how the PM is selected but of course you ignored that information because you think you know better about the British way of life than a British person who lives in Britain and votes for the English government and that government.

Let me help you – You don’t.
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I love the way you make me responsible for the conclusion to which you jump, Skanque.
tomorrow you will insist that you quoted me... but won't feel like finding the quote when I remind you that you are a liar.
YOU made the statement you LYIING T\/\/AT. And when that statement is PROVEN to be ridiculous you do your typical sloping shoulder routine and deny all knowledge that you f_cked up. Have you EVER acknowledged any single one of your many screw ups?

Juts to prove you a pathetic LYING T\/\/AT let me QUOTE from your post # 46943 at http://www.topix.com/forum/religion/atheism/T...
HAHAHAHAHAAHAHAYAHAHA!
You don't say?
Tell me: does the expression "Off with his head!" ring any bells?
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
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You have the real time, real life drippydick oral experience, Skanque: bouncy bouncy mmmmmmmm yummy yummy lickity lick.
Swallow and smile for the camera, Skanque.
So still no proof, you really are a hypocritical drippydick cuckold of little intelligence aren’t you. But you seem to know how it’s done, again let me quite you - bouncy bouncy mmmmmmmm yummy yummy lickity lick.
Enjoy.
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The formal mechanism is: the Queen appoints all the prime ministers, ever single one.
And you have absolutely no say in it. Same as me.
I have exactly the same say in who is the UK prime minister as you.
Wrong. But that’s just down to your own ignorance so expected. And at the time there was NO formal mechanism for handling the resignation of a PM. Is that MORE that you don’t know about the UK?
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Still waiting: where is that legal guarantee of freedom of speech.
I've already REFUTED your assertion that it exists, bigot.
Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights, Do you have a blind spot for those words? You seem to IGNORE the convention every time it is brought up, why is this, because it screws up you preconceptions?

http://www.hri.org/docs/ECHR50.html#C.Art10
http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1998/42/c...
http://www.equalityhumanrights.com/uploaded_f...

Once again it is PROVEN that every time you refute anything that refutation tantamounts to LIES
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(quote)
Earlier this week a man stood up in the centre of London ‘’’
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/...
Right. So what laws did these people break?
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The freedom of speech comes with our Constitution.
Which brings us back to: We have freedom of speech and you don't.
Nope it just brings us back to your syphilitic delusions

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never said no
Sweden is also a democracy (no lies from you will change that)
Problem is the barfy butt breath’s mind only has 2 stages, 0 and 1. No in between and noting over 1, he has terrible trouble when 2 crops up in the conversation. Using two big words in one sentence, example democracy and monarchy totally screws with his idea of an ordered world formed in his mould. I really don’t know why he is blind to certain combinations of words, it’s rather like the term ‘Convention on Human Rights’, he can never associate the term with actual words. Strange really when he claims to speak English and denounces anyone who does not speak the same dialect of English as he lays claim to.

He also gets stuck in his 0/1 rut, e.g. how many times have you answered his oft repeated question “Is Sweden a monarchy, yes or no?” Same here, must be a hundred times I have agreed that the UK is a monarch and still he insists on repeatedly acting the same question, no matter how often he is answered.

This OCD surely cannot be healthy

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>Sweden Is Top Democracy;
What is the official name of Sweden?

abominable snowman
n.
A hairy humanlike animal reportedly inhabiting the snows of the high Himalaya Mountains. Also called yeti.

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I see no difference other than the fact that you pasted the text as well as the link.
Other than the fact that I have listed the degrees by name and provided the link to back them up.

Instead of a broken link to nowhere, SuperFAG?

Still waiting, SuperFAG.

Put up.

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