August 23, 2012

Astonishing Atheist Arrogance and Hypocrisy

Thank God that atheism and evolutionism are dying off! Unfortunately, the moldering corpse of atheism is still walking around, preaching the false gospel of evolutionism and making a general nuisance of itself.

After that appetizing introduction, I am pleased to announce that part of this article is about food. Sorta.

Atheists can't seem to understand why most people do not like or trust them. Would obnoxiousness have anything to do with it? I think so. It seems to make sense that if you choose to offend large segments of the population (usually through misrepresentation), it would reinforce public opinion that they are cafones. Of course, the typical rebuttal of atheists when someone tells the truth about them is a petty, "You're a bad man so everything you say is a lie and therefore there is no God" nonsense. Small minds attack people instead of dealing with concepts. Hate and persecution take many forms.

But wait, there's more! Food, remember?

Because a coach followed long-standing tradition of allowing the public school football team to get fed by area churches (who do the expected Christian thing to not only give food, but share the gospel message), an atheist group plays the dishonest card of, "The Constitution is being violated! Separation of church and state! Waaaaaah!" And yet, despite their pretense for wanting to enforce the law for equal treatment for everyone, they were nowhere to be found when B. Hussein Obama makes rules that violate the religion of millions of American Catholics. Flaming hypocrisy. How good is that?


In another food-related item, Prudhomme's Lost Cajun Kitchen offered a discount on Sundays to patrons who brought in their church bulletins. An atheist who has never even been there filed a complaint about it. Now the world knows about John Wolff, who made the complaint simply because he hates religious people.

Ironically, this has backfired. As the the Gaystapo's attacks on Chick-Fil-A gave them increased business, Lost Cajun has had an increase in business! Bully for you against the bullies.

Hey, I think that's part of my problem with the mentality of this kind of atheist — I can't stand bullies. Anyway, check the link early in this article and find out about atheism going down the drain.

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