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I Have a Platter for Senator Elizabeth Dole…

Senator Dole? I have a platter for you… a platter of buttocks. They are your buttocks, Senator Dole. Here you are.

How’d that atheist-bashing work for you?

5 comments to I Have a Platter for Senator Elizabeth Dole…

  • Maybe one day someone will call me an atheist in public and then I can win elected office, too.

    I think we may actually owe Sen. Dole our thanks for bringing attention to the fact that atheists vote.

  • Val

    Chris, you’re right! Atheists/Humanists not only vote, but they read, think clearly and are passionate about civil rights!

  • RiverOtter

    Ding, Dong, The Witch is Gone! WOOOT!

    I am Atheist and I voted in NC.

    I can now take “DOLE IS A BIGOT” off of the back window of my truck.

    I too thank Elizabeth Dole for bringing attention to the Atheist’s even though it was negative. It made me speak out and educate myself.

    I want to thank all of the tolorant Christians out there that I have run into since the Godless ad’s came out. It gives me hope.

    I am proud of the American and North Carolinian people. It shows that Bigoty in any shape, form or manor will not prevail.

    Long live America, home of the free.

    Hail, Hail Barak Obama! Job well done!
    My condolences about Toot. May she rest in peace. She would be proud of the FINE man she raised.

  • Darebrit

    There used to be a bumper sticker in NC which said “I live in north Carolina and am ashamed (of Jesse Helms)”. Then we were given the Dole woman as a present for tolerating Helms for 20 years, and were once again ashamed of being from North Carolina.

    At last we Tarheels can once again be proud of our State and its Senatorial representative.

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