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Fox News coverage of the Indiana Atheist Bus Campaign

31 07 09 - 17:48 Fox News Covers the Indiana Atheist Bus Campaign. This is interesting to see they are getting national attention. However, Steve Doocy of Fox & Friends and Tony Taylor of the Great Harvest Baptist Church are both douche bags. Neither of them can make logical arguments. Good job Eoban!



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Fascinating… should have known Fox news would have something about this. To quote the reverend, the bus campaign is an attempt by the left to “farther removing god out of anything to do with public or politics.” He says this like it’s a bad thing; can you say separation of church and state? Although the Constitution provides only for the non-establishment of a religion, the statement “separation of church and state” from one of Jefferson’s letters around 1802 has been adopted by the Supreme Court as essentially an order to keep anything to do with church apart from anything to do with government.

And the host keeps saying “Why put God in your ads?” like it’s a damning statement. What does that have to do with anything at all? One cannot claim to be an atheist without using the word (or something similar to it), so his statement is really a straw man argument. I think he is the true idiot here.

I’m in support of letting people believe whatever they want and not enforcing any viewpoint of any kind, so I don’t agree with the bus campaign, but I agree with their right to have a bus campaign.
AIH (URL) - 09 08 09 - 10:25


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