Presidential Election 2012
Religion is Perverting Politics in America
Religion is already corrupting the selection process in the upcoming election. Mitt Romney is being accused of being in a Mormon cult. His opponents even want to discuss his religious underwear. Rick Santorum and Michele Bachmann are being dismissed as too Christian. Newt Gingritch is being disqualified for not being Christian enough. Rick Perry had to disassociate himself from his pastor’s negative comments about Mormons, and President Obama will again be berated for his association with the controversial pastor, Jeremiah Wright.
In an attempt to influence Christian primary voters, Michele Bachmann said that Herman Cain’s 999 Tax Plan turned upside down is 666, the symbolic number of Satan. Can Muslims and Atheists be far behind?
To end the insanity, debate moderators must ask every candidate for president the following question:
The conflicting ideologies of science and religion have caused endless holy wars and violent atheistic revolutions. They indoctrinate our children, radicalize government, education, and politics, and turn us against each other as liberals and conservatives.
If a major corporation had produced a product that did as much damage as the Noble Lies of academia, the principals of the company would be charged with reckless endangerment that borders on criminal negligence.
Candidate, as President: Will you call on the Congress to investigate Academia’s failure to solve the mystery of human existence, and the violence instigated by their destructive conflict between science and religion?
Please e-mail this link to the website of your Democrat and Republican Representatives in Congress, and the campaign headquarters of your candidate for President in the 2012 election. Invite them to visit www.realists.com.
- “a group or sect bound together by veneration of the same thing, person, ideal.” Doesn’t that describe all Religions?
- “an instance of great veneration of a person, ideal, or thing, especially as manifested by a body of admirers.”
Doesn’t that describe the veneration of Darwin and Evolution in Academia? Is Atheistic Science a Cult?
According to those definitions, all religions, including Atheism and ideological science, are cults.