Proof This Is A Christian Country

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it

That’s the declaration of independence.  That’s when there started to be a United States of America.  And it was only in recognition of what God has given us all.

But athiests want to turn America into a communist country like Russia and outlaw god.  They’ve perverted us so much we let the ACLU force The Ten Commandments out of southern courthouses.  We need to alter it by voting in only good Christians.

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  1. 1

    Nice to see a new blog dedicated to pushing back against the athiest bullying!

    I recommend my post which details plenty of ACLU bias… Attacking Christian rights in public at every turn, but turning a blind eye to state sponsored Muslim protelysing!

    http://scottthong.wordpress.com/2007/07/24/american-civil-liberties-union-religious-bias/

    It is clear that the purported ‘neutral and objective’ ACLU is just another excuse to undermine Christian rights.

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    angryxtian Says:

    Don’t be fooled ( I can tell you’re not ) the ACLU is trying to ruin America and give it over to the heathens and terrorists, and criminals too.

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    shidemn Says:

    Amendment 1 – Freedom of Religion, Press, Expression. Ratified 12/15/1791. Note

    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

    So there.

    “But athiests want to turn America into a communist country like Russia and outlaw god.”
    Who are you talking about? The vast makority of the athiest community wants to be left alone you ignorant fuck. Again your logic has mislead you athiests are not the reason the 10 commandments were removed, it was deemed unconstitutional, our countries government is not christian, it has the values, but a religious goverment is contradictory to what the U.S.A> achieved. FREEDOM.

  4. 4
    Farthel Says:

    U.S.A. Will turn comunist the day hell freezes over. Maybe it is a good idea.

  5. 5
    sdskinner2011yahoocom Says:

    The US won’t ever go communist- to rich. Notice that every communist country was rather impoverished before the revolution?

  6. 6
    K Says:

    “angryxtian”,

    (1) Declarations of independence are not formal decrees of nationhood nor are they legal documents. The Declaration of Independence for the United States is as much a legal document as your toilet paper; the only difference being historical importance. Furthermore, the Declaration of Independence from the United Kingdom was written before there even existed a “United States of America.”

    The establishing of a nation requires a legal document; in this situation, viz. the Articles of the Confederation, proposed for four years until 1781, wherein the “United States of America” came into existence.

    However, in 1787, in light of the legal issues and flaws of the Articles of the Confederation, the official United States Constitution was federally ratified as the official document of law for the United States of America. As such, the Constitution contains no references to god. Where religion is mentioned, it is only in making explicit limitations to its influence in government.

    In the document, Article VI, section 3 of the Articles of the Constitution says:

    “[…] no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.”

    I find it deeply unAmerican of you to suggest that we ignore Article VI, Section 3 in favor of people of a certain religion. Though I certainly wouldn’t, I know some knee-jerk “conservative” Americans would call your knee-jerk post utterly “treasonous.” Would you allow all Christians? Or only Methodists? Charismatics? What about Pentecostals or Monophysites? Coptics? Unitarians? How would such a law be enforced?

    (2) “Straw Man Argument” n. “An informal fallacy consisting in a caracature or misrepresention of an opposing viewpoint in order to make the view or the opponent appear foolish and thus easily defeatable.”

    Cf. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Straw_man

    Of the hundreds of atheists I have met over the past thirty years, only two have espoused communism. Upon further inquiry, the “Communism” they endorsed was so placid and watered down to such a degree that it was unlike anything Marx or Engels would have recognized.

    You are disemminating McCarthyite stereotypes that are as accurate as Jim-Crow era prejudices like “all black people are illiterate criminals.”

    Most people don’t know the difference between Communism, Trotskyism, Socialism, Leninism, or Marxism. Have you, “angryxtian,” ever read any Marx, or anything like it?

    Perhaps you’re getting your information from people like Sean Hannity and Ann Coulter. Being that this is likely, your opinion on matters political is about as sophisticated, reasonable, and nuanced as someone who claims to know about Judaism when all they read is Ku Klux Klan literature.

    I would like to sternly and emphatically suggest that you query a search engine for “informal fallacies” and explore the results. Try “Critical Thinking,” too.

    In Christ,

    – KA

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  8. 8
    Nick Says:

    I was just searching on google images for some symbol to use on some kind of facebook app – and I wanted to find something that really captured what I feel is the most important and best aspect of who I am as a person – and I came across your web site.
    Wanted to say Hi. The graphic I was looking for was something that would clearly announce me as an Athiest.
    Hi there from an Athiest. And I’m your totally flaming, flamboyant, totally out atheist. I am liberal, I respect life and people and other cultures, and I have gay friends and I hope they all get to get married, and I don’t plan on having kids myself and I live with someone and we’re not married, and I want universal health care and an end to the war in iraq and I support alternative and sustainable energy production and am opposed to burning fossil fuels, and I’m an environmentalist.
    I also am relatively educated, and I apply reason and the scientific method, am skeptical and only “believe” in that which is empirically provable, (even if I can never actually spell empiricle correctly without a spell check and am too lazy to look it up right now, LOL).
    I am not an angry athiest, nor do I belive in astrology or wicca or magic or the christian devil (whatever name christians give that imaginary being) – because, like I said, I am an athiest. I don’t believe in any of the many hundreds of various gods that have been worshiped in human history, I don’t just not believe in yours to piss you off or because I’m unamerican or not patriotic, in fact, I’m very proud to be an American, and very patriotic and love this country dearly (which is why I’m always trying to save it – even from itself – as any true patriot from John Adams and George Washington on up would do).
    I am not an angry athiest in that I was not “hurt by god” or “angry at god” for some bad thing that happened to me. My move from being raised in a christian household to agnostisism to athiesm was not precipitated by any abuses or hardships. It was simply that I am an avid reader, and I think and contemplate what I study – history and philosophy especially, as well as many of the natural sciences.
    And – the more I learned, the more I saw, the more insight into life and the universe around me I gained, the more it became clear that there is no need for a god or any supernatural phenomina, moreover, the universe is a beautiful and awesome thing just as it is, all the more so because it is made up of completely random and meaningless matter and energy which for no reason at all happens to have formed matter able to be self aware (i.e. us) as well as all the other things we can be aware of… and to have to lower it to the point of saying some ghost decided, “oh, I’ll make all this” and turn it into some crafted thing is to diminish it’s value and preciousness greatly.
    Also – of course, there is the fact that there is absolutely no incontrovertible verifiable evidence of anything supernatural, yet there is overwhelming, chokingly massive amounts of evidence that shows where ever one looks, provided they look using the right tools to peer into the tiny crooks and crevices of the universe we find no god, no supernatural elements but simply more of the facinating and naturally explainable universe.
    Oh, but while I am not an angry athiest, I am a fearful one, because my studies have also shown me that no matter how much so-called good organized and otherwise religions claim to have done, their harm is always much greater and in my opinion, there is no greater threat to continued human civilization and humanity itself as an animal in this biosphere, than religion and the belief in the supernatural.
    Thank you.

    • 9
      Blue Phor Says:

      your studies? come on now, unless you work at a university, try something less self-aggrandizing please. I do agree with you though.

  9. 10

    After browsing around the site and reading I have come to the conclusion that this site is a fake. My guess is that it is written by an atheist trying to poke fun at Christians and all the folks who have bought into it are just as silly.

  10. 11
    Barry Says:

    Nick, all religion aside, it’s obvious you’re unread in the area of explaining the universe. You’ll find in regards to the most challenging questions & answers, the result is always an honest, “the more we know, the more we realize we don’t know”.

  11. 12
    peace for all Says:

    this has got to be the most ignorant thing i have heard from any website what so ever. i can’t believe people actually think this is a fact. athiests making god an america a communist society? may i have facts? documents of evidence perhaps? this card was obviously made by someone who was brainwashed into thinking all athiests want communism, just because they don’t believe in god yet i do not see how both relate. athiesm is just not believing in a god they are still human beings, they can still be good people, and christians could be bad or good it’s not our religions that make us, it’s what we are raised by which seems to proove my point because i bet most of you were taught how non-believers are evil when they’re not. WE ARE PEOPLE THEY ARE PEOPLE, most of you have forgotten what the bible is about: a handbook to how to live peacefully on earth not how to be intollerent of others.

  12. 13
    Rin Says:

    Since when is Russia a communist country anyway? And if you think that atheists are working against the country they live in on purpose, visit a psychiatrist. There’s no Holy War, really.

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    MattDW Says:

    The document acknowledges a Creator. Period. Doesn’t say anything about Jesus, and doesn’t state that this is either A) a Christian nation, or B) a nation that should worship any particular concept of that Creator in any particular way. By that phrase, this could just as well be a Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Coptic, Celtic, or Wiccan nation. It just says that certain rights are granted by said Creator, and cannot/should not be infringed upon by man. Before you go off on me for being an athiest – I’m not. I’m spiritual, not religious, and don’t think any religion has it 100% right. Nor do I for that matter. Man is limited, God is unlimited, and therefor we are incapable of fully understanding Him, His will, or His plans. A great quote I heard once: “I hold that the Bible is literally true, I just don’t think any of us are smart enough to understand it.” (Of course, I have the added condition that it was true in its original form – the translations and editions over the years have further bastardized it.) God cannot be defined. And while He can certainly be acknowledged, that acknowledgement cannot be legislated.

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    Rick Says:

    Let us not forget that until the left started beating the drum of ‘wall of seperation’ the phrase was used twice in us history.

    Once, by Jefferson to assure the Baptists that the STATE would not interfere with the church, and the second time by Hugo Black in his opinion from the supreme court. Hugo was a notorious Klansman and anti-Catholic

  15. 16
    Blue Phor Says:

    I, too am an atheist. However, I don’t totally discount the possibility of God. Advanced physics has shown that our universe is actually on of, most likely, an infinite number of universes. When infinity is involved it means anything is possible. It is possible that God is in fact real and it is possible that the Bible is a factual document. While I see christian dogma as comical, you may be right and get the last laugh on me. I do believe Jesus would be a communist before a capitalist though. Good luck with your proselytizing.


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