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On Wednesday, 8 November 2017 01:30:14 UTC, Bill Vanek  wrote:

> >Do you think there are no conservative atheists? Maybe I need to brush up on my American
definition of 'conservative' (I recall Vanek seeming to say that atheists and liberals were the same
> Not really. Progressivism certainly worships government, and religion
> and God are enemies of totalitarian rulers, so it's not terribly far
> off to say that Progressives are all atheists. 


Vanek Dictionary


  a person who worships government

> It's harder to
> stereotype your run of the mill liberal. They're more likely to be
> atheists, but the one thing they are with certainty is mentally ill.

lol x 2

"Atheism is a sign of mental illness" - Irony