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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SupaAFC

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barefoot2626 wrote:
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You are a stupid m/f c/s liar.
You would not say you were wrong if it was crammed you your m/f c/s lying azz and rotated like a paint brush.
I don't have to get you to admit you a m/f c/s liar- just to show it.
Troll.
Did the mean SupaAFC say compy-cated things that grouchy-wouchy could not understand? Do you need your nap again?

Face it, manchild: you think kangaroos are mammals, but not marsupials.
barefoot2626 wrote:
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How much more crap are you going to throw into the fan?
You told us all that the UK wasn't a monarchy, then you swore you didn't say that, than you said Britain was a 'system of government..' etc...
well, what does it matter, you are full of cr@p and if we were in a bar you'd be looking for your teeth, you lie so much it is painful to read, no one you know could possible like you as a human being...
It is not my fault that you cannot read quotes. You talk about people conspiring to paraphrase you yet here you are, trying to pretend that "system of government" is absent from the quote!

No wonder you have nothing left but playground insults.
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Monarchy.
Troll.
Is the USA a republic? Yes or no?

Watch this:

Yes.

Don't you just hate it when your own stupid logic is used against you?

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The UK is a constitutional monarchy, not a monarchy.
A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy, spooge breath.

Wipe your face, you are a mess!

Let me help you out- it is third grade English, but I have a half cup of English.

An absolute monarchy is a kind of monarchy.
An hereditary monarchy is a kind of monarchy.
An elective monarchy is a kind of monarchy.

See: the word(s) in front of the noun describes the noun.'Always'.

I.E., when it doesn't, it's called an oxymoron.

Let's see if you've learned anything:

Is a constitutional monarchy a monarchy, yes or no?

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SupaAFC wrote:
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Did the mean SupaAFC say compy-cated things that grouchy-wouchy could not understand? Do you need your nap again?
Face it, manchild: you think kangaroos are mammals, but not marsupials.
Face it, SuperFAG: you believe a fish is a mammal.

Is the United KING_dom a monarchy, yes or no?

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SupaAFC wrote:
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It is not my fault that you cannot read quotes.
It's not my fault you don't know what a quote is, SuperFAG.

Let's be frank: when your lips are moving- unless they are bringing your boyfriend to a happy ending- you are lying.

“There is no god!”

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barefoot2626 wrote:
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SuperFAG.
still calling him a super cigarette
SupaAFC

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A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy, spooge breath.
Wipe your face, you are a mess!
Let me help you out- it is third grade English, but I have a half cup of English.
An absolute monarchy is a kind of monarchy.
An hereditary monarchy is a kind of monarchy.
An elective monarchy is a kind of monarchy.
See: the word(s) in front of the noun describes the noun.'Always'.
I.E., when it doesn't, it's called an oxymoron.
Let's take two examples from your list - absolute and elective.

Are they the same? Yes or no?
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Let's see if you've learned anything:
Is a constitutional monarchy a monarchy, yes or no?
What happened to the "kind of" term used in your previous examples?

Oh yes - that's right - you are trying to ask a loaded question.

A Constitutional monarchy is a kind of monarchy. It is also a kind of democracy. This is because, my manchild friend, these concepts overlap and thus you see in Britain a representative Parliamentary democracy with a figurehead monarch at the top.

Westminster run the country. Queen pets corgis.

Tell me: why are you dishonestly trying to hide "kind of" from your question? Are you saying that a Constitutional monarchy is the exact same as the umbrella term? Did you think I would not notice?
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>Face it, SuperFAG: you believe a fish is a mammal.
Strawman. Analogies singlehandedly destroy your arguments. Long live analogies.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>Is the United KING_dom a monarchy, yes or no?
Is the USA a republic? Yes or no?
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>It's not my fault you don't know what a quote is, SuperFAG.

Let's be frank: when your lips are moving- unless they are bringing your boyfriend to a happy ending- you are lying.
Speaking of quotes, are you going to show the Macmillan source yet?

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SupaAFC wrote:
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Let's take two examples from your list - absolute and elective.
Are they the same? Yes or no?
Are they both monarchies?

Yes or no?

Here's a hint: absolute monarchy and elective monarchy.

Best of luck with your English lessons.

Now are kangaroos and goats mammals?

But they are NOT the same!

WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

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SupaAFC wrote:
A Constitutional monarchy is a kind of monarchy.?
A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy.

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Did the mean SupaAFC say compy-cated things
Not complicated at all.
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If Britain is a monarchy then the Queen should have legislative powers.

She does not.

Thus, Britain's system of government is not a monarchy.

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Speaking of quotes, are you going to show the Macmillan source yet?
Actually, are you going to put up or shut up?

Buck buck buck buckALLLL!

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barefoot2626 wrote:
The federal republic (in the USA) is a kind of democracy.
The monarchy in the UK is a monarchy.
So we all know I posted it already.
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A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy.
Were you born stupid or was it all the weed you smoked in junior high that got you to this point?

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Say the dong is in my rear wrote:
Were you born stupid
Did you have your teeth removed so you could bring pleasure to men or did they rot back due to the high protein diet?
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barefoot2626 wrote:
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Are they both monarchies?
Yes or no?
Here's a hint: absolute monarchy and elective monarchy.
Best of luck with your English lessons.
Are they the same? Yes or no?

A crucial question you cannot answer - even when framed just the way you like it.
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Now are kangaroos and goats mammals?
But they are NOT the same!
WAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
Likewise neither are Constitutional, absolute or elective monarchies the same despite being "kinds of" monarchies.

A child can understand this analogy. You seem determined to remain ignorant.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>A constitutional monarchy is a monarchy.
Then why do you include "kind of" with the other "kinds" of monarchy but not when it comes to Constitutional?
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>Not complicated at all.
Care to explain, then, why you ignored the argument and posted playground insults instead, then?
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>Actually, are you going to put up or shut up?

Buck buck buck buckALLLL!
Translation: Barefoot lied about not getting the Macmillan quote from Wikipedia.

Thank you, my manchild friend, for your indirect admission.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>So we all know I posted it already.
Oh, right. So the USA can be both a republic -and- a democracy, but the UK cannot be a (Constitutional) monarchy -and- a democracy.

So: you can violate your own rules to your heart's content (ie, things can only belong to one term and things can only be defined by one word, refuse to answer "yes or no" questions), and still be right, but whether anybody else plays by your rules or not, they are automatically wrong, no matter what.

What a very fair and esteemed standard you play by.

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SupaAFC wrote:
Likewise neither are Constitutional, absolute or elective monarchies the same despite being "kinds of" monarchies.
They are are monarchies.

Don't make me responsible for your rants.

A goldfish is different from a salmon but they are both fish.

A bat has wings but is not a bird.

A robin flies but a penguin swims and a penguin isn't a fish.

A Constitution monarchy is a monarchy.

A monarchy is not a democracy.

No matter how hard you stomp your feet.

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Translation: Barefoot lied about not getting the Macmillan quote from Wikipedia..
Translation: the bet to put up or shut up has been on the table for two weeks.

You won't put up.

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SupaAFC wrote:
Likewise neither are Constitutional, absolute or elective monarchies the same despite being "kinds of" monarchies.
Show us all- show everyone- the quote of me saying that they were the same.

They are all monarchies.

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Is the USA a republic? Yes or no?
Do see my quote long long long long time before you asked.

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Don't you just hate it when your own stupid logic is used against you?
It's your stupiod logic, SuperFAG, and you try to foist it on me.

I demand you show everyone the quotes... and you come up with paraphrases and the conclusions to which you jump.

You are by definition: a troll.

Put up or shut up.

You are British- clearly, a coward. Is it in your DNA?
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barefoot2626 wrote:
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They are are monarchies.
Don't make me responsible for your rants.
And Constitutional monarchies overlap with democracy.
barefoot2626 wrote:
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A goldfish is different from a salmon but they are both fish.
A bat has wings but is not a bird.
A robin flies but a penguin swims and a penguin isn't a fish.
A Constitution monarchy is a monarchy.
You are doing it again. You happily acknowledge that there are differences between animals, even if some belong in the same family (and thus branch off into different families), but when you come to Constitutional monarchy, you simply say "monarchy".

You refuse to go below the surface because you know that a Constitutional monarchy is also democratic.
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A monarchy is not a democracy.
No matter how hard you stomp your feet.
Why? How do you define democracy?

"Because I said so" does not a fact make.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>Translation: the bet to put up or shut up has been on the table for two weeks.

You won't put up.
Of course not because I have nothing to stake here.

You made a claim. You are refusing to back it up.

Conclusion: you lied.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>Show us all- show everyone- the quote of me saying that they were the same.

They are all monarchies.
I keep asking you to declare that these "kinds" of monarchies are different and you refuse to. You do not have to say anything to make a point; your silence on issues speaks volumes.

Although, you are more than welcome to explain why Constitutional is not a "kind of" monarchy.
barefoot2626 wrote:
<quoted text>Do see my quote long long long long time before you asked.
I have seen it. You have pretty much stated that you are free to break your own rules and contradict yourself to suit your circumstances, and you will always be right, yet no matter what anyone else does - plays by your rules, uses actual arguments - they are wrong because you say so.

You, my manchild friend, are a deceitful hypocrite.
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It's your stupiod logic, SuperFAG, and you try to foist it on me.
You are the one making the arguments. I simply play by your own rules to illustrate the silliness and hypocrisy of your logic.
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I demand you show everyone the quotes... and you come up with paraphrases and the conclusions to which you jump.
Your silence on issues are much more telling than any quotes I can ever provide.

Case in point: you cannot show me your original Macmillan source because you lied about it.
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You are by definition: a troll.
So says the 80-posts-a-day manchild.
barefoot2626 wrote:
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Put up or shut up.
You are British- clearly, a coward. Is it in your DNA?
Show me how to be a big boy by defining democracy and showing where you got your Macmillan quote from.

Then perhaps you can explain why America can be both a republic and a democracy, but Britain cannot be a Constitutional monarchy and a democracy.

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