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    Re: Religious tend to support torture more often

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    Religious tend to support torture more oftenEveryone needs to knock off the attacks.
    Quote Originally Posted by Truth Detector View Post
    Another goofy outright fabrication in order to support your whacked out Liberal views. Why would I not find this surprising?

    Reading this, it is OBVIOUS why people like you will never actually "get it."


    Yeah... I think you get the point.
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    Re: Religious tend to support torture more often

    Quote Originally Posted by Truth Detector View Post
    Once again, what "rights" have been taken from you by the previous administration in order to ensure your safety?

    I keep asking what this "perceived" loss of rights is and have yet to see anyone make a coherent argument that they have suffered from the Patriot Act or any ACT by the Bush Administration.

    Only in a nation as spoiled as the USA has become can you have citizens claiming that their Government is evil for trying to protect them from terrorists.

    How about the right to Habeas Corpus?
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    Re: Religious tend to support torture more often

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    Stalin did it in the name of Atheism? Sorry that doesn't cut it, he didn't do it for atheism.
    All one has to do is simply neglect to declare their actions in the name of a deity and *poof* it's atheist.

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    Re: Religious tend to support torture more often

    Quote Originally Posted by Truth Detector View Post
    Once again, what "rights" have been taken from you by the previous administration in order to ensure your safety?

    I keep asking what this "perceived" loss of rights is and have yet to see anyone make a coherent argument that they have suffered from the Patriot Act or any ACT by the Bush Administration.

    Only in a nation as spoiled as the USA has become can you have citizens claiming that their Government is evil for trying to protect them from terrorists.

    The right to privacy in not having your phone calls and emails recorded by the government

    The right to legal defense if you are somehow unlucky enough to be labeled an enemy combatant

    That's two....there are many more...especially concerning the expectation of soldiers regarding the time of their service

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    Re: Religious tend to support torture more often

    Quote Originally Posted by Hatuey View Post
    Oh God - Cry me a river build a bridge and get the **** over it. You're defending torture but the minute somebody cracks a joke about Jesus you become a bigger fag then New Coup? Why don't you go suck the dick of somebody who cares enough to listen to your problems and sensitivities. You silly politically correct douche bag.
    If anyone could come up with a post so obviously violating forum rules and civility, you have surpassed yourself on this one Hatuey.

    I know, you just can't help yourself because you must be one of those "tolerant" Liberals.

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    Re: Religious tend to support torture more often

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    All one has to do is simply neglect to declare their actions in the name of a deity and *poof* it's atheist.
    Stalin did it for Stalin.

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    Re: Religious tend to support torture more often

    Quote Originally Posted by Slippery Slope View Post
    Now prove that Stalin killed in the name of Atheism rather than in the name of gaining power.
    Since atheism is the absence-of, anything that lacks a religious declaration is atheist.

    You could only do something "in the name of" atheism if you were in fact anti-theistic, which as you know isn't atheism at all.

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    Re: Religious tend to support torture more often

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    Stalin did it for Stalin.
    Did Stalin believe he was literaly a god?

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    Re: Religious tend to support torture more often

    Quote Originally Posted by WillRockwell View Post
    The right to privacy in not having your phone calls and emails recorded by the government
    Once again this has not occurred. Where is the Government listening in on your phone calls or reading your e-mails? Got paranoia?


    Quote Originally Posted by WillRockwell View Post
    The right to legal defense if you are somehow unlucky enough to be labeled an enemy combatant
    Give me ONE case where a US citizen has been denied their constitutional rights to a legal defense.

    Quote Originally Posted by WillRockwell View Post
    That's two....there are many more...especially concerning the expectation of soldiers regarding the time of their service
    That's two outright falsehoods in a desperate attempt to support the Liberal paranoid argument that Bush is destroying your civil liberties. But alas, a farcical assertion that cannot be supported by a fact doesn't make you credible.

    The simple fact that you believe that terrorists captured in Afghanistan or Iraq should be given constitutional rights or are party to the Geneva Conventions suggests that you are seriously uninformed about BOTH or, perhaps you ignore FACTUAL arguments to support your hyper partisan political points of view.

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    Re: Religious tend to support torture more often

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    All one has to do is simply neglect to declare their actions in the name of a deity and *poof* it's atheist.
    It may be an action completely devoid of theism, but it was not done in the NAME of atheism. Stalin never declared that he murdered people because he was an atheist.
    "An error does not become truth by reason of multiplied propagation, nor does truth become error because nobody sees it." - Gandhi

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