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stone space

(6,498 posts)
Sun Apr 17, 2016, 03:51 PM Apr 2016

Do Atheists have a right to oppose war? [View all]


11 votes, 1 pass | Time left: Unlimited
Yes.
11 (100%)
No. Atheists who oppose war should be legally stripped of all educational grants and loans, under the Solomon Amendment. They are Traitors, and should be dealt with as such.
0 (0%)
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Why should this be regarded as a serious or necessary question? skepticscott Apr 2016 #1
It is not a serious question for those in favor of WAR. stone space Apr 2016 #2
It'd be better if you weren't so coy about why you bring this up muriel_volestrangler Apr 2016 #3
I bring this up as an atheist out of personal experience. stone space Apr 2016 #4
Was it a long time ago? muriel_volestrangler Apr 2016 #5
I, like many atheists at the time, violated the law by... stone space Apr 2016 #6
Well, if you won't go there, it sounds like there was more to it than your OP let on muriel_volestrangler Apr 2016 #8
Solomon Amendment: 1980s. Post Draft Registration. stone space Apr 2016 #10
If you insist, I'll vote 'pass'; since you load the possible answers muriel_volestrangler Apr 2016 #11
Your non-support of atheists is noted. (nt) stone space Apr 2016 #12
No, you see, that's you drawing false conclusions muriel_volestrangler Apr 2016 #13
Isn't that just a case of morality? stone space Apr 2016 #14
You seem to think all atheists think exactly the same as you do muriel_volestrangler Apr 2016 #15
Under what circumstances do you feel that you have the right... stone space Apr 2016 #16
As I said, there's no point in replying to you muriel_volestrangler Apr 2016 #20
I gather that you have no specifics. stone space Apr 2016 #21
Now you're just being insulting muriel_volestrangler Apr 2016 #22
Who do you want me to murder? stone space Apr 2016 #24
I'm sure that this is not your intention, but the more you say, mr blur Apr 2016 #38
What a hoot. bvf Apr 2016 #27
Not stupid enough to murder at your behest. stone space Apr 2016 #32
Why should you what? Learn middle-school grammar? bvf Apr 2016 #33
Why should I murder at your behest? stone space Apr 2016 #34
Are you OK? bvf Apr 2016 #35
Drunk at the keyboard again? Act_of_Reparation Apr 2016 #36
There are other avenues for obtaining an education, than joining the military. AtheistCrusader Apr 2016 #44
Your support of obtuse, disengenuous bullshit is noted. cleanhippie Apr 2016 #48
Lol! rug Apr 2016 #19
Anybody does! I don't see your point? LeftishBrit Apr 2016 #7
My point isn't much different from yours. stone space Apr 2016 #9
So in other words skepticscott Apr 2016 #17
Not so obvious, aparently. stone space Apr 2016 #18
Yes, they do skepticscott Apr 2016 #25
But why would atheists feel that they have the right to tell me who to murder? stone space Apr 2016 #31
No, you obviously don't skepticscott Apr 2016 #39
Atheism doesn't tell me anything about whether or not to kill others, or to force others to kill for AtheistCrusader Apr 2016 #43
Make love, snot war. rug Apr 2016 #23
Not a serious question... kevink077 Apr 2016 #26
It's a very serious question. stone space Apr 2016 #28
You're apparent fetish for everything gun makes taking your posts difficult. cleanhippie Apr 2016 #49
Didn't obtaining CO status in the Vietnam era require proof that the applicant struggle4progress Apr 2016 #29
Not sure, but I do know that it doesn't apply to draft registration. stone space Apr 2016 #30
See the links in #5 and #8 muriel_volestrangler Apr 2016 #37
Thanks! struggle4progress Apr 2016 #47
US v Seeger (1965) struck down the requirement that a c.o. belong to a religion. rug Apr 2016 #40
Thanks! struggle4progress Apr 2016 #46
LOLOLOL trotsky Apr 2016 #41
Seems a bit of an extreme bifurcation. AtheistCrusader Apr 2016 #42
Everybody's got a hobby. n/t trotsky Apr 2016 #45
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