Monday, December 26, 2016

An excerpt from a Letter to the Editor in the Post today. . .

. . . that sums things up quite nicely:

     I support freedom of religion and of speech, and if this were another time of year, with some exceptions, like Easter and Yom Kippur, I wouldn’t care at all about the pentagram. But to place it now is simply unkind.
     The man might think he’s making a statement about others’ tolerance, but he might think a little more about his own. Thumbing your nose at Christians is not a social statement. It’s a personal one, and it’s just ugly. [emphasis added]


The Insulting Atheist has until next December to stage his next opportunistic show. Only question is where will it be and which crew of clowns will help him next time?

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