"I consider myself republican for the most part. The main thing about that party that bothers me is, of course, the religious aspect of the party. So really, I don't think it is possible for an atheist to be 100 percent republican."
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Well it hasn't been snowing much this year so far but who knows. Again, it really depends which area you live in. But Colorado has gorgeous seasons, snow only lasts like November-March. And on top of that, we have plenty of snow plows to take care of the roads ;]
I honestly love Denver. The city itself is pretty liberal. Of course you'll get the occasional guy running around downtown with a "Jesus Saves" sign but it's not too common. It's the suburban areas that are highly religious, Centennial, Colorado Springs, etc. I mean I went to high school in Centennial and the teacher refused to teach evolution... But that's besides the point. Denver is amazing, you wouldn't regret moving here. :]
Hi and a friendly welcome to Granolamonster of Idaho Falls.
We are pleased to meet you here among the sensible, rational people of this world. You need never be alone with friends like these.
This is the great Nexus meeting place with its thousands of bright people like you who recognise religion for the superstition and brainwashing fraud that it is---
and that gods exist only as fictions inside people's heads.
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"ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Earth, Humankind, Fossils, Religion, Evolution, Darwin..." with its over 240 discussion topics.