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Steve Thomas commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"Red, thought of you this morning with regards to pretty much a different issue. I gots a new hero I think, maybe 'heroine'--not trying at all to suck up to anyone but MAN it seems like women are coming on fast these days. Anyway, thing is…"
Oct 10, 2010
Red_Lillith commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"Thank you Steve and I will say it cause I don't give a rat's patooty. YOU GO BOY! Tonight is a sad night for all true freedom loving Americans. The healthcare bill has passed the house by a vote of 220 to 215 it will go to the senate…"
Nov 7, 2009
Steve Thomas commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"Hi Red, Madalyn Murray O'Hair said that the thing that makes atheists dangerous is that if they can question 'the ultimate authority' then they can question any authority. And she's right. The more questioning we do the more…"
Nov 7, 2009
Red_Lillith commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"Hi guys I've been gone offline a few days life is insane! Again thank you for all of your comments. Dallas I agree that Bush was terrible couldn't stand the man. The patriot act is a terrible thing and Bush is the one that started the bank…"
Nov 7, 2009
Edward Teach commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
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Nov 5, 2009
Jaume commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"I can only guess that the "under God" add to the pledge comes a close second ;-)"
Nov 5, 2009
Edward Teach commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"I'm with you, Louis! It is a false dichotomy. I imagine the odds against me determining my own political views, and those views just "happening" to completely match the platform of one of the two major parties, must be…"
Nov 5, 2009
Louis commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"Why even call yourself a Libertarian? All political labels are unreasonably overloaded, and if one is not overloaded, it's only 'not overloaded yet.' That makes it all too easy for people to form an opinion of you and people's…"
Nov 5, 2009
Red_Lillith commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"Another strong point good history *smiles* George Washington was an incredible person with a huge grasp of what it took to make the wheels of the country turn. Its hard to imagine he felt himself unequal to the task."
Nov 5, 2009
Red_Lillith commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"I totally agree Louis LOL! There isn't a well rounded republican or democrat worthy of the name of their party affiliation anymore. I myself am registered Liberterian because I feel they are at least in the ball park of my ideals though I still…"
Nov 4, 2009
Louis commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"You should probably try to break away from the Liberal/Conservative false dichotomy. If you mean he's a Democrat and you're a Republican that's a whole other exercise in futility that's also not worth the time to work…"
Nov 4, 2009
Red_Lillith commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"Wow this blog is hopping where to start? YAY! *grins* Ok the Articles of Conferderation were abolished in 1788 with the constitution mainly due to the fact that it left the federal government in the cold as far as authority to collect taxes. Also it…"
Nov 4, 2009
greyfoot commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"This discussion makes me giddy. Heh. These 2 links explicitly depict my own feelings on politics and ideology if you're interested: http://www.atheistnexus.org/profiles/blogs/hidden-membership-fees…"
Nov 4, 2009
Edward Teach commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"I've kind of touched on this in other posts, but I am politically all over the board. And quite conflicted. Ideologically, I feel pretty libertarian in that the idea of extending individual freedoms to the stopping point of imposing on the…"
Nov 4, 2009
Red_Lillith commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"Thanks so much for all of your comments its very encouraging! Glad to see a fellow South Carolinian too. To your comment Mike I am very proud to be American fashionable or not. I hate my goverment because I love my country. My greatest heros are the…"
Nov 4, 2009
Carl Törnqvist commented on Red_Lillith's blog post Liberal/Conservative Atheists?
"I recently read about about American cultural values and how they differ in some respects from the European ones I myself have been raised with. This prompted me to change my views on the American gun rights movement to some degree since it became…"
Nov 3, 2009

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Liberal/Conservative Atheists?

Posted on November 2, 2009 at 8:37pm 25 Comments

I have found my boyfriend and I to be somewhat of outcast amongst outcast in the nontheist community. Most atheist we know are very liberal in their view of the world while I myself consider myself in most respects to be conservative. I am pro-choice and I believe in gay rights 110% but thats pretty much where it ends. I'm a good old southern girl who likes her BBQ and gun rights. I have never felt so free as when I shrugged of the chains of the Death Cult of christianity so its hard for me to… Continue

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At 7:49am on November 2, 2009, Red_Lillith said…
Thank you for the warm welcome everyone its so glad to find you guys. I keeping finding myself drowning in creationists and nodding sweetly to their drivle for fear of scorn and being chased with sticks lol. It will be nice not to have to hold back in conversation.
At 5:46pm on October 10, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Welcome to this excellent site with its atheists who recognise that religion is a fraud and gods nothing but fictions inside the heads of the credulous.

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"ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Earth, Humankind, Fossils, Religion, Evolution, Darwin..." with its 200 discussion topics. We seek to understand and explain the world’s great mysteries including how life and humans, religion and faith, and everything else began.
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