Hypersensitive Flowers

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker recently tweeted “Philippians 4:13.” This caused the activists for the Freedom From Religion Foundation to go into full meltdown mode:

To say, “I can do all things through Christ, who strengthens me”, seems more like a threat, or the utterance of a theocratic dictator, than of a duly elected civil servant.

LOL! So I guess that tweet was supposed to be a coded signal for Walker to declare himself Dictator of Wisconsin and then begin rounding up atheists for those secretly built concentration camps, right? Er, there is no evidence to support such melodramatic claims. I wish atheists would make at least a tiny effort to back up their wild claims with something called…evidence. What a perfect demonstration of how many atheists are so emotional and so hypersensitive that they are incapable of rational thought.

Here’s a prediction for you all: if the GOP takes the Senate in 2014 and takes the presidency in 2016, the “Theocracy is Coming” fever is going to spread throughout the atheist movement like wildfire and the resulting over-the-top hysteria is going to be very fun to watch.

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2 Responses to Hypersensitive Flowers

  1. Dhay says:

    To say, “I can do all things through Christ, who strengthens me”, seems more like a threat, or the utterance of a theocratic dictator, than of a duly elected civil servant.

    Only to those who do not read the ‘I’ve been through thick and thin, but I’m OK’ context. Why do atheists never read context?

    Is he also to be banned from quoting Shakespeare, because doing so sends a message to the illiterate or dyslexic that they are “outsiders and not full members of the political community”?

    For myself, I mistrust politicians, as being all too often bad shepherds and fat sheep: Ezekiel 34.

  2. cl says:

    typical oversensitive atheist hullabulloo … as if the separation clause was meant to prevent elected officials from expressing their religious views. Man, these liberals are confused

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