Hmm, seems you didn’t actually read my posts very well. Qh, and btw, this country was NOT founded on Christian principals, but I don’t expect you to either believe me, nor look it up yourself.
As for the racism, I can only surmise you either are intentionally cherry-picking just to ‘win points’ against me, or you are seriously not paying attention to the current state of this nation.
You apply the “both sides are bad” without even noticing that the current administration is basically doing its dead-level best to destroy our Constitution, ignoring any and every law in the name of tyranny. But, whatever. I’m so tired of listening to “the dems want our guns” for the last 50 damn years that I hardly even care that the republicans keep beating on that lie.
Finally, I notice that you ignore the most serious questions I posed. Why does that not surprise me? Need a refresher? Here: Knowing how I feel, and what I think of republicans as they are expressed in this day and age, could you place your hand on a Bible and in the name of your God swear on your immortal soul that you’d take a bullet for me?
Finally, no, I don’t want to ‘rid the country of the Christian principles’, although we were not founded on them. I just want to see it out of government. Especially when it’s used to mask evil, as it so often is. Christianity is not what it used to be. Very few that profess it, live it. In fact, the vast majority of “Christians” I have met did not-except on Sunday.
And on that subject:
For the sake of honesty, I was raised Baptist, and served for many, many years in the church. I spent the better part of a decade as a Deacon, teaching Bible studies, as well as too many other duties to list. Now, however, I’m an atheist. This came about on my 4th full cover to cover readthrough of the Bible. That time through, I actually thought about what I was reading, instead of just blindly accepting it as the Holy Word of God. If you read the entire Bible, not just the few verses your pastor reads on Sunday, but the whole thing, be warned: Don’t think about what you read, if you don’t want issues with your faith.
Maybe it’s a bit hypocritical of me to speak on, and indeed, call upon what I no longer believe, but I did, and in spite of that I stand by what I’ve said.
I do want to make it clear though, that while I don’t personally believe I’ll ever meet a creator, I might be wrong. I don’t clam to be infallible, nor to have absolute knowledge of things that can neither be proven nor disproven.