Sarah Palin’s Dangerous Anti-Atheist Rhetoric

Well, it seems we have more dangerous (and childish) rhetoric coming from the washed-up never-has-been half-governor who only pops up just enough to promote her books and speaking appearances. Last week, she told the Christian Broadcasting Network, “All these Joe McScrooges are running around armed with an attorney and ruining not just Christmas but threatening our American way of life. These McScrooges are dangerous and must be stopped.”

She keeps ramping up this “us vs. them” propaganda, eventually it’s going to turn to violence against atheists. Her followers are a bunch of semi-literate, violent Bible-thumpers and it’s only a matter of time, I think, before statements like these incite some of them to commit acts of violence. You can only refer to someone as the enemy who is going to destroy America before some of these self-described “patriots” take it upon themselves to “defend” America from what they consider to be dangerous traitors.

So, way to go, Palin. In order to keep yourself in the public eye and out of your desire for fame and money, you have potentially put innocent people in danger. I don’t know how you sleep at night.

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One response to “Sarah Palin’s Dangerous Anti-Atheist Rhetoric

  1. “How do you sleep at night?”

    My guess, like a f@#$ing baby. Ignorance IS bliss.

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