Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Anti-choice Women?

Susan Jacoby, “The Spirited Atheist” at the Washington Post, “The most nausea-inducing and (unintentionally) comic quote of the mid-term campaign so far comes from Carly Fiorina, the ousted CEO of Hewlett Packard who won the California Republican senatorial primary last week.” That was just the first line of her venomous opinion of women that hold a different belief than hers. Why do atheists need to be so mean? If Carly Fiorina holds her world view because of the experiences of her own upbringing how is she different than “women of choice” except that she chooses to value the unborn baby as a human? Not anti-choice just a different choice.

It never ceases to amaze me how atheists assume that the moral positions they hold are based on reason as opposed to people who happen to believe in God or some higher power. People of faith according to atheistic lore, dogma actually, are just goofball fanatics who don’t use reason or logic. According to the atheistic dogma I believe in God therefore I am not logical. What do I say to that? That is not logical.

Thus saith me.

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