'Harry Potter' Books
In reference to the craziness that Göran Andersson saw on the website he surfed, I'll recommend that he check out www.tencommandments.org. Especially the Exposing the Atheist series he wrote. Chock full o' lies, false tales, and misunderstandings that kept me entertained and disgusted for hours. Notice the constant use of lower case letters when he refers to our Constitution and anything else "american" (all of which, by the way, were authored or constructed by atheists, which in turn were born of and led by Satan).
I'm sure you all have heard by now of the outrageous activities that took place here in my home state, New Mexico. The ultra-fundamentalist groups in Alamogordo who felt it necessary to burn "Harry Potter" books have made New Mexico look like a card-carrying member of the Bible Belt.
But don't be fooled: Polls show that a good 18 percent of New Mexicans considered themselves non-religious. And apparently, over 200 protesters showed up to denounce the burning. However, after reading how Robert T. Lee (website above) views the Bill of Rights, it's scary to know that there really are people who feel the need for the complete eradication of our "satanic" Constitution.
Ugly, scary stuff. Good thing I don't see a serious, authentic threat to our freedoms -- yet.
Proud to be an American
From: "Positive Atheism" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Kris Nielsen"
Subject: Re: More Hate and Silliness
Date: January 07, 2002 6:22 AM
I never understood that: this Constitution affects only one country. Why don't they simply move to a Christian nation? There are plenty out there! Unfortunately, "God" has not blessed most of them with either Liberty or natural resources the way "He" has to this, the first modern nation (first known nation) to erect an entirely godless Constitution.
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