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Stamp - Religion in Government is a bad thing by ThatWasLeftHanded Stamp - Religion in Government is a bad thing by ThatWasLeftHanded
It's one of the fucking amendments, why is it so hard for people to enforce it?

Oh I know! It's because religious zealots want to turn things around so they can be right! Yeah... Fuck you! :|
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Storied Featured By Owner May 11, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I like this stamp... Do you live in Utah, too, you poor thing? :lol:

There is a serious problem here with the church influencing things... and holding its citizens back while other states progress like it's... you know... the 21st century.

Anyway, thanks! I'll be adding this to my page~
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HopeSwings777 Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2015
No, it needs to be welcomed and embraced as a revolutionary concept by many nations all over the world--like Iran, Saudi Arabia, etc. In those nations, you believe or you die. America is NOT like that, you knw. People don't die for apostasy here or in Europe or South America. Millions of folks have to hide what they really believe just so they can stay alive. Separation of religion and (nto just church) state is habitual in the U.S. No forced conversions. No 1,000 lashes of a whip and a ten year stretch in prison because you dissed Christianity. THEY need help. THe "In God We Trust" saying on our money is just like when somebody knocks on wood when they are scared that Fate might stike them for complacency--it's not thought out or purposeful. It's a hard habit to break and it hurts nobody!

Atheists are obnoxious zealots, too. Truly insufferable, self-righteous, smug assholes. I avoid them, like I avoid Baptists who try to save me against my will. Exactly the same. Have you ever heard the name Craig Stephen Hicks?  Sto forcing your anti-Christian shit down my throat!
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