Cargill – ’nuff said

All individuals – both those who express faith in various deities and those choosing to adhere to no religion – should have the freedom to debate, criticize, and yes, joke and satirize all forms of ideology, including economic, political, and yes, religious.

via On Faith, Freedom of Expression, and the Muslim Brotherhood’s Statement in Response to the Protests in Egypt and Libya « XKV8R: The Official Blog of Dr. Robert R. Cargill.

Maybe not all that needs to be said –  but it is a powerful statement. I have a post on Monday, but… read this now. Comment.

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2 Replies to “Cargill – ’nuff said”

  1. I just do not think Americans really grasp reality. Cargill and those who agree with him do not seem to get the fact that American liberties stop once they leave American borders.American laws stop and have no jurisdiction once an American leaves their country. Their ‘rights’ do not apply anywhere else in the world.

    1. But, their is an ontological notion of rights. (you can google that word)

      If their is a freedom of religion, if their is a freedom of speech, it exists whether or not it is recognized.

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