The United States is NOT a christian nation…

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4 Responses to The United States is NOT a christian nation…

  1. The entire Western Hemisphere was settled by Christians beginning in 1492 with Columbus.

    To say that the United States is not a Christian nation is stupid.

    • tildeb says:

      The continent was already ‘settled’. It was colonized by Europeans.

      The citizens of the United States (and especially Canada) owe a very great debt to the indigenous allied tribes for their successful war for independence. Much of the Enlightenment principles embedded in the Constitution was inspired in no small part by the Iroquois system (studied in depth by Franklin, discussed at length in Europe among those we call the Enlightenment thinkers, and brought to the floor during the drafting of the Declaration. Its spirit is imbedded in the Constitution). To call the United States a Christian nation is very stupid and demonstrates a vast ignorance of colonial history. But there’s no question that these stupid people exert a vast influence on today’s countries and continue to try to pervert its founding principles to serve their theological Dear Leader, which is deeply anti-American.

      • tildeb,

        The ancient tribal cultures of the Asiatic migrants who settled the Americas have absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with the American way of thought.

        The Founding Fathers borrowed NOTHING from the Asiatic hunter-gatherers with regard to government and politics.

        The Founding Fathers were in fact part of what is called our Western Heritage which began with the Greeks around 500 years Before Christ.

        Whatever you were taught was a big load of crap and I recommend you sue those responsible for child brain abuse.

      • tildeb says:

        SoM, you’re an idiot and you wallow in your ignorance as if it were a virtue while castigating others for daring to enunciate knowledge you do not possess nor have any wish to incorporate. Clearly, you value your ignorance so that you can cloak it in piousness and present it as if it were a suitable replacement for having to learn something you don’t want to hear. That makes you an idiot.

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