by Allen West
Well, it’s Christmas season and here we go again. I truly believe in freedom of speech and I do not try to define what that freedom is (unlike those who define free speech as only speech they agree with).
However, it’s just perplexing to me that atheists go to such lengths to attack something they don’t believe exists. If there is no God, why are you trying so hard to erase Him? Just like my head-scratching over the Freedom From Religion Foundation, which continues to profess being “offended” by something they say doesn’t exist — but hey, we have our freedoms, right?
As reported by 5newsonline, a national atheist organization has put up a billboard in Springdale, Arkansas depicting a little girl writing to Santa saying she wants to skip church on Christmas because she’s too old for fairy tales (but not too old to believe in Santa, apparently).
According to 5newsonline, “the billboard is part of a “firebrand-style” campaign launched in multiple Bible Belt cities including Memphis, Nashville, St. Louis and Fort Smith, according to a post on the American Atheists website. The group also plans to put up a billboard in Milwaukee. Danielle Muscato, public relations director for American Atheists, told 5NEWS the billboards are aimed at in-the-closet atheists who are pressured to observe religious traditions during the holidays. He said the billboards are to let them know it is OK to doubt the way they were raised and think for themselves.”
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