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What a piece of crap.
"inalienable rights" and "among these is life" ? Does this mean Fox News is going to fight for the end of death penalty ? :-D
That was quite an unsubstantiated leap from Natural Law to Christianity. I don't buy it.
Bullcrap indeed. But to be fair to them they did mention the right not to believe.
I think we call that sort of idiocy a leap of faith. What was the context within which this gibberish was delivered?
what a joke.
JK: I heard About a right "not to worship", not "not believe"
If god is male, how did he create woman in HIS image? FAIL!(Disclaimer: Of course I neither believe in the creation of man...)
Carlin on rights..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaa9iw85tW8
mispelling - should be "faux" not "fox"...
wow, this piece sickened me.
I would expect nothing less from 'Men in Frox' News. It has long become the mouthpiece of the catholics.
Well I guess we must all thank god for giving us the right to not worship him.
I think I just had a little throw up in my mouth...yep, that was it! For fucksake, who lets this crap on the public airwaves!
Fair enough. My bad. =) Though it is a stretch of the imagination that Fox would even mention that. Kinda says something about how far it's gone....
This is shit....cough cough
it just goes to show how ignorant americans are about their own history. americans left england because of religious oppression. i highly doubt that revolutionaries like thomas jefferson would leave england just to go to another land and revel in their religous obligations or lack thereof.and if its stated IN THE FUCKING CONSTITUION that one has the right NOT to worship, then why are all of fox's correspondents so adamant on revealing and insulting atheists for posting their own billboards that promote non-belief. i've never seen such hypocracy in my life, AND IM ARAB!!
My creator is my mom and dad.