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Atheists attack faith at upcoming Republican and Democratic conventions.

A group that pushes the philosophy of “loving yourself and your fellow man rather than a god” is attacking religious believers in a new billboard campaign in the host cities of the upcoming Republican and Democratic conventions.

American Atheists announced a billboard campaign against “the foolishness of religion in the political landscape.”

The billboard, as seen on American Atheists’ website, attacks Jesus as a “Useless Savior” next to an image of a piece of toast with a purported image of Jesus burned into it.

In July of 2011, the group attempted to have pilots fly banners over every state declaring “God-less America” instead of “God Bless America” but were stifled by the fact that more than 80 percent of pilots refused to tow the banners.

One pilot even commented, “I’m not going to hell flying that sign.”

In July of this year, WND reported, the group toned it down to flying a single banner over New York City that read “Atheism is Patriotic.”


Read story here: http://www.wnd.com/2012/08/billboard-calls-jesus-useless-savior/?cat_orig=politics

One Comment on “Atheists attack faith at upcoming Republican and Democratic conventions.”

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