Thursday, March 15, 2007


Whoooo-eee, I say!

Monday, California Representative Pete Stark announced that he "does not believe in a supreme being, making the Fremont Democrat the first member of Congress — and the highest-ranking elected official in the U.S. — to publicly acknowledge not believing in God."

"Fred Edwords, a spokesman for the [American Humanist Association], said non-theistic Americans often faced discrimination for their views."


Huzzah! Huzzah! I say this calls for national celebration! Break out the champaign and the wizza-ma-doos, friends and relatives! Let's party!!

Americans brave enough to stand up and say "Poo!" to the War Gods may finally be abandoning their closets. Monday, March 12, 2007, babies -- mark it in your minds. I suggest it's a date that will spruce up our history books far into the future.

And hats off to Rep. Stark! Good job, dude!
Thnx to jfg for the foto

1 comment:

Morgaine said...

I'm hoping this is the beginning of a backlash against the big daddy deity. His slaves pushed too far, and tried to grab too much control, and that's forcing people to come out for their right not to fall into the fold.