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Old 08-09-2013, 12:53 AM   #11
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There is nothing shameful about it. Did you go to the site and read about it? They accept everybody from all walks of life; i.e., liberals, conservatives, republicans, democrats, libertarians, it doesn't matter. They just don't look at guns and gun ownership with a political slant.
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No offense to you but after reading 1 thread they seem like angry anti-god/atheists. I don't associate with these kind of people.
I'm Agnostic, long ago quit the hypocracy that pervades all levels of organized religion, and by both of us belonging to this Forum, you are associating with "these kind of people". Get over it.
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I'm Agnostic, long ago quit the hypocracy that pervades all levels of organized religion, and by both of us belonging to this Forum, you are associating with "these kind of people". Get over it.
You might want to go reread his post. He said ANGRY ANTI GOD atheists. There's a BIG difference between simply being atheist or agnostic, and being an ass that bashes religion/faith and anyone who believes in a God.

Unless you bash religion/faith and anyone who believes in a God, he probably wasn't referring to you.
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You might want to go reread his post. He said ANGRY ANTI GOD atheists. There's a BIG difference between simply being atheist or agnostic, and being an ass that bashes religion/faith and anyone who believes in a God.

Unless you bash religion/faith and anyone who believes in a God, he probably wasn't referring to you.
It struck a nerve.
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I guess I just can't fathom "pro gun/pro 2A" people who I feel their ideology is anti freedom because I can't agree with their political views.

Don't view guns in a political slant? Sounds like a cop out to me, considering liberal politicians (and all too often, conservatives too) are always trying to pass legislation against them.

Kinda reminds me of the guys my mom works with in the coal mine who voted for Obama because they share skin tones, even though he's on record as being anti coal power.

Is this a regular thing with some people? Trying to vote away your jobs and freedoms? I swear I just don't get it.

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NRA only here.

They aren't perfect, but better than the rest.

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I'm Agnostic, long ago quit the hypocracy that pervades all levels of organized religion, and by both of us belonging to this Forum, you are associating with "these kind of people". Get over it.
i believe in the 1st amendment as much as the 2nd, and hold to the thought, freedom of religion, or the lack of if that's your choice. i will respect and defend your right to not believe in God or a higher being if that's your choice.

but when someone wants to lump me into a group they feel is brainwashed or stupid, because i do believe in God, well that's going a bit far. i personally do not feel morally superior to those who choose not to believe in God, and i feel they should respect others as the same. i do not agree with your beliefs, but i will respect it and defend it if it came to that point. i only hope that it's a two way street.
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