Still Making Trouble

Still making trouble I see. Keep the government out of religion is what the 1A says. Jesus says imposters are going to be in big trouble. Secular is not in the Constitution, but then again your IQ can not comprehend the concept. Somewhere along the line Jesuit influence is evident in your training and negatively impacted any education on your part.
(name withheld)

Response from MRFF Founder and President Mikey Weinstein
well hello there, (name withheld)……are you threatening me and/or MRFF, little sport?!….define what “…imposters are going to be in big trouble” means, skippy??!!….this is your ONE CHANCE to disavow any threat intention, you imbecilic chump…

Response from MRFF Advisory Board Member Mike Farrell
Hi (name withheld),
We want you to know we received your list of grievances and they’ve been filed in the only place. You may have heard the flush.
It’s alway of value to us to be reminded that the Know-Nothings are still out there, prattling
their bigoted mindlessness.
It’s appreciated.
Mike Farrell
(MRFF Board of Advisors)

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  1. Jeff

    Name withheld admits that the first amendment requires the separation of religion and government, but then asserts in the same paragraph that secular isn’t in the constitution – directly contradicting the previous statement. Typical religious bigot who refuses to acknowledge that all belief systems are protected by the first amendment – not just the ones he favors. That includes atheists, Humanists, Pagans, Buddhists, and all the others, as well as Christians, Jews, and Muslims. All religions and secular creeds incorporate the Golden Rule – which seems to be so often ignored by religious fundamentalists like Name Withheld.

  2. Paula

    “Jesuit influence”??? How’s that prefrontal lobotomy working out for you?

  3. Grey One Talks Sass

    I have a few thoughts on The Golden Rule: do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

    As I studied the world’s religions looking for something that fit me I did some analysis on the Golden Rule I all it’s flavors. Here’s my issue – what if the person doing the doing is a masochist? Or the doer doesn’t care if they are treated as they treat others because they are protected but not limited by secular law? (Looking at the evangelical clergy class)

    I watch American politicians, who proclaim their faith loudly for whom ever to hear as they treat others as less than and know they’d be horrified if someone treated them the same way. So much for ‘living’ their religion.

  4. Sandra

    “Still making trouble I see.”
    Mikey is working hard

    “Keep the government out of religion is what the 1A says.”

    “Jesus says”
    Who says that Jesus was who he said he was or that he even existed & who said we should care about what he says?

    “Jesus says imposters”
    Again, why should anyone care #1, number #2 you don’t know what is in Mikey’s heart.

    “Secular is not in the Constitution, but then again your IQ”
    You do not know his IQ

    “your IQ can not comprehend”
    IQs do not comprehend, a person does

    “Somewhere along the line Jesuit influence is evident in your training and negatively impacted any education on your part.”

    So your are an anti-semite

    Thanks for playing, dude.
    – Sandra Bell MRFF supporter & anti-theist & humanist who loves with a high IQ 😛

  5. Tom O

    Jesuits (one of whom is the current Pope) are Catholic, so unlikely to have influenced a Jewish person’s education. Typical theocrat illogic, as Jeff’s analysis shows.

  6. Mark Sebree

    Tom O,

    Don’t be so sure about that. Jesuits do run schools, including high schools, and many of them are not exclusively Catholic.

    I went to a Jesuit high school myself, specifically Brebeuf College Preparatory School in Indianapolis, IN. Only about half my class was Catholic. I was one of the ones that was not. Our class president was Jewish, and I knew a couple others that were as well. Mostly, other people’s religions did not matter to me. Only their words and actions.

    If Mikey did go to a Jesuit high school, then that would help explain his knowledge of the law and his strong desire to help others.

    Chances are that Name Withheld knows little to nothing about the Jesuits, and is simply prejudiced against them.

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