Tuesday, October 11, 2011

The LuLac Edition #1791, October 11th, 2011

Your survey, your say logo.


Yesterday we wrote about the recent dust up in Republican Presidential politics. I wondered what would happen if there was a candidate who decided not to reveal their religious beliefs or affiliations. Then I wondered how an avowed atheist would do if one declared for the Presidency. Then I decided to do a LuLac survey because I'd like to know what you think and we haven't done one of these in a while.
Here's the link: Remember, you can only take the survey once. Hit DONE when finished.
Click here to take survey


At 5:58 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

We already have a president who is an atheist and hides it from the public

At 6:19 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shnit, no matter what his religion
I aint voing for a guy named Mitt!

I'd like to see a candidate on the Agnostic ticket. The Independent Agnostic Party for people who have really thought it all through and removed themselves from party and religious affiliations. Independent is not a Party.

Early Riser

At 12:07 PM, Anonymous Professor Milburn Cleaver, OPA said...

I cannot emphasize enough how important religion---in particular Christianity is to maintain a strong foundation in our nation.
Over the years there have been those (and many in this classroom) who make 'light' of relgion and a belief in God. And those who scream to the high hills over separation of church and state are blind to the fact that this nation was found on Judeo Christian values.
So, as the subject has been opened, would this nation elect an atheist leader? Never...repeat....never!
A nation that loses its morality and belief in God loses its soul. Take Rome for instance; self-indulgence, debauchery and perversion were upon the land like a fever. Ultimately, Rome fell.
I admire our religious leaders for their tenacity and drive in the face of the onslaught of the liberal media to destroy what is all good in America.
Unlike some of my brehtren, I am optimistic about the survival of Christianity in our nation.
Next year we will elect a moral leader who will return us to moral and more simple values.....the kind of values this nation was built on. Perhaps they are things that you yourselves think of as silly. They are very important, however, to many: God, a Flag and a Country.
Class Dismissed!!!!!!!!!

At 12:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Geeze ... I NEVER thought I'd say this, but "I agree with professor blowbag." Now I'm scared!

At 1:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Prof;

God, Flag and Country? I am a combat veteran of a long ago war and I was wondering when and where you served? I've noticed over the years that Flag Wavers seldom did!
I thought we had both freedom of religion and freedom from religion.
And Prof, nobody ever fought or died for a flag! I'm probably older than you in some ways more experienced and I am in no way in your classroom. No doubt my question will go unanswered. I fought for Country and the Guy next to me. God and a flag had nothing to do with it.

Pete Cassidy

At 1:05 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Professor,what tenets of Christianity and morality did many of our Founding Fathers, including Jefferson, Washington and others possess when they were purchasing slaves to maintain their plantations.Tell me about the Christianity of religious leaders like Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson when they damn men and women including soldiers for their sexuality. Judeo- Christian values are just one aspect of what makes our country great and you tarnish all others with your rhetoric. By the way are you alluding that our President is not moral with your comment about who will be elected next year? If so,please enlighten us on Pres. Obama's lack of it.


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