20 Replies to “Karen Hunter and Debbie Schlussel – YOU GO, GIRLS!

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    Atom says:

    The girl on the far right reminds me of Rachel Dratch from SNL… She talks monotone like Debbie Downer…

    Good stuff, though.

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    shaner74 says:

    “The girl on the far right reminds me of Rachel Dratch from SNL… She talks monotone like Debbie Downer…”

    LOL! I was thinking the same exact thing. Great clip though. Hope Dawkins and company keep up the good evangelizing work – seems to be very effective

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    DaveScot says:

    The girl on the right is Debbie Schlussel. She got a boatload of hate mail from offended atheists due to the program.

    I found out about it on Larry Moron’s webspite.

    PZ Meyers has his panties in a bunch about it too and promises to get more bunched up about it in the future.

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    tribune7 says:

    That was great.

    God Bless Karen and Debbie.

    IIRC, Steve Smith was a sports writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer, and he was not a very good one.

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    shaner74 says:

    “PZ Meyers has his panties in a bunch about it too and promises to get more bunched up about it in the future.”

    That’s funny. Now, according to PZ, CNN is just as bad as Fox News right? What does that leave? MSNBC? I can’t stomach MSNBC for more than a few minutes at a time. They don’t even attempt to be objective.

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    tribune7 says:

    CNN is just as bad as Fox News right?

    And Dilbert too. Golly what is happening with the world.

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    Douglas says:

    Good grief, that WAS Rachel Dratch, as a blonde.

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    trystero57 says:

    DS,

    I thought you were an agnostic? How does religious intolerance for atheism tally with that?

    Besides which, these people are not engaging in rational debate! For anyone who didn’t see the preceding part of the show (in which an atheist couple described how they were shunned after being ‘outed’ as atheists), it’s worth pointing out that Hunter’s opening coments – “where is this going to end? Are we going to take ‘in God we trust’ off of our dollars?” – are complete non-sequitors.

    “I think they need to shut up…”

    DS, why are you supporting these people? I’m genuinely interested in your rationale.

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    DaveScot says:

    trystero

    I’m not intolerant of atheists. I simply feel their agenda is counter to the best interests of the United States and the tortured interpretation of the establishment clause by the modern supreme court is wrong, is counter the plain language of the constitution, and clearly not the intent of the founders. I agree with Hunter and Schlussel that the United States is a Christian country and even though I’m not a devout believer in Christian theology I am a devout believer that the Christian culture fosters a political and moral climate in which I want to live and which I want for my children and their children and so on.

    That’s why I support people like Hunter and Schlusser.

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    jpark320 says:

    Xcellent video.

    I completely agree w/ Karen Hunter that atheists are impinging their philosophy on everyone else.

    Let me pray!

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    1of63 says:

    I agree with Hunter and Schlussel that the United States is a Christian country…

    But what kind of Christianity: Catholic, Episcopalian, Methodist, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Calvinist, Southern Baptist, Westboro Baptist, Amish…?

    And what kind of Christian: Spong, Andrew Sullivan, James Kennedy, Fallwell, Dobson, Fred Phelps…?

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    DaveScot says:

    1of63

    All kinds.

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    I don’t know if any of you saw the original segment in question:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiyJzWy3CDQ

    But what’s funny to me is the atheist parents wanting equal time with street preachers because they feel “oppressed” by them. Puhleeze. Most people, even ones who believe the Bible is true, don’t want to hear from street preachers. The fact that those atheists want to be as obnoxious as street preachers is what’s causing them problems.

    That, and the long hair on Atheist Dad. Seriously, you want respect? Get a haircut.

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    I apologize, but last night I forgot one thing concerning the “oppressed” atheist parents. They were shocked and dismayed at being told they were going to Hell.

    How is it oppressive to them to be told that they’re going to a supposedly imaginary place? That’s like Christians screaming “OPPRESSION!” at being told they’re going to the Eternal Meat Sauce Drowning Pit when they die if they don’t believe in the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

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    Douglas says:

    angryoldfatman,

    I wonder if it’s ever occurred to anyone that the atheists are actually subconsciously offended at being reminded of the reality of Hell, and the fact that if they do not repent, they will end up there. Kind of like overweight people not appreciating being reminded that they need to lose weight, perhaps? Or people with body odor being offended upon being told that they need to shower? Or socially inept people like me being told to get a life? Hey, maybe I’m being oppressed…maybe I need to feel empowered. Does UD help with those sorts of things?

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    1of63 says:

    I wonder if it’s ever occurred to anyone that the atheists are actually subconsciously offended at being reminded of the reality of Hell, and the fact that if they do not repent, they will end up there.

    …except why would atheists be worried about a place which, as far as they are concerned, has no more basis in reality than Mordor?

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    Douglas,

    Kind of like overweight people not appreciating being reminded that they need to lose weight, perhaps?

    Possibly, if fat was invisible.

    Then again, if fat was invisible I could easily rob banks. But then I’d just turn around and spend the money on onion rings.

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    Big Dog says:

    Here’s the view of a true athiest……………..

    “If a person doesn’t think there is a God to be accountable to, then–then what’s the point of trying to modify your behavior to keep it within acceptable ranges? That’s how I thought anyway. I always believed the theory of evolution as truth, that we all just came from the slime. When we, when we died, you know, that was it, there is nothing. . .”

    infamous serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer

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    DaveScot says:

    Big Dog

    then what’s the point of trying to modify your behavior to keep it within acceptable ranges?

    The point is well illustrated here:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-ulenkfBzQ

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    Big Dog says:

    Nice one Dave

    It would be good to have fellow athiests Mr Dahmer and Mr Dawkins on the stage at the same time. So they could compare views.
    The population issue would be good to hear….. Through government on a massive scale or one at a time !?

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