People's diet choices, their political choices, we fight them on.
We question the nutrient density of a vegan lifestyle if we believe differently.
We question the long-term fiscal responsibility of a Keynesian agenda if we believe differently.
Yet, if they're Buddhist, we respect that without question. If they're Mormon, we respect that without question. Oh, you believe in an invisible god? That's cool. That's your religion.
Or, perhaps it verges on psychosis?
We respect people's right to their beliefs, as long as they're especially crazy.
Everything else, we fight them on.
I think it's time to put religion on the table with everything else.
December 10, 2012
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