Will you vote for an atheist?
Paul Ryan's favorite author Ayn Rand, an atheist who wrote 'Never mind the vicious nonsense of claiming that an embryo has a right to life... the anti-abortionists obliterate the rights of the living: the right of young people to set the course of their own lives. The task of raising a child is a tremendous, lifelong responsibility, which no one should undertake unwittingly or unwillingly". Paul Ryan said “the reason I got involved in public service would be Ayn Rand,” Of her book Atlas Shrugged he said “I give out ‘Atlas Shrugged’ as Christmas presents” and “It’s inspired me so much that it’s required reading in my office for all my interns and my staff". http://aynrandlexicon.com/lexicon/abortion.html http://www.csmonitor.com/Books/chapter-and-verse/2012/0814/Paul-Ryan-does-an-about-face-on-Ayn-Rand The music you love also says a lot about who you really are. Paul Ryan says"My playlist begins with AC/DC and ends with Zeppelin. AC/DC's current singer says "I believe all religions are bad". AC/DC's biggest hit with their first singer was "Highway To Hell'- check out the lyrics. http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Evils%20in%20America/Rock-n-Roll/brian_johnson.htm Here's two sites devoted to explaining how evil Led Zeppelin is. http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Evils%20in%20America/Rock-n-Roll/led_zeppelin.htm http://www.fmh-child.org/LedZeppelin.html His other favorite bands are not very religious either. A ravenous wolf in sheep's clothing? Ryan is definitely a fiscal conservative, is he just using religion to get the other part of the party(social conservatives) behind him so he can be President someday?
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If an actual atheist ran and I was American, absolutely. He could do nothing and still do a better job than you freaks
Answered By: fire in the head - 10/12/2012
Additional Answers (12)
Paul Ryan is not an atheist, though. You can like Ayn Rand and not agree with everything she believes, yo. And for the record, I would absolutely vote for an atheist, if he or she shared my political views and I felt they would be a good representative.
Answered By: Gwennie B - 10/11/2012
it would appear that you are afraid of your own shaddow little fella. maybe when you grow up you can join in the adult conversation and clear all that nasty delusion from your little mind. thats a big maybe.
Answered By: the talking snake - 10/11/2012
AC DC sucks. Led Zep is better. As for the remainder of what you ask, he's a politician and therefore an accomplished liar. That said, if he likes Ayn Rand, he can't possibly believe in sky spooks. Or his reading comprehension is zip without a speechwriter and teleprompter, which is also a possibility.
Answered By: Loosey™ - 10/11/2012
People don't vote for idiots, sorry.
Answered By: THE JOKES ON YOU (ಠ_ಠ) - 10/11/2012
Will and did..
Answered By: That guy that did that thing - 10/11/2012
Oh look! Another atheist trying to prove that a certain politician is really an atheist. Paul Ryan is a Roman Catholic.
Answered By: Piotr - 10/11/2012
He also likes Rage Against the Machine, which means he is a Che-inspired militant leftist.
Answered By: SSF Tofudebeast - 10/11/2012
I would if they weren't an evil idiot. Paul Ryan is both of those things, and also probably not an atheist either.
Answered By: Brianna - 10/11/2012
I would never vote for a racist Mormon who has magic underwear.
Answered By: Hey R - 10/11/2012
They both lived off he government, too - keep in mind, that's a big no-no to both of them.
Answered By: Mr. Bluelight - 10/11/2012
I think you underestimate a person's ability to cherry-pick those parts of an idea that suit him/her and confirm what they had always believed while forgetting about the stuff he or she doesn't agree with. And plus, I listen to a lot of songs about a lot of things- including the use of hard drugs- that I don't partake... More
Answered By: Marlo - 10/11/2012
I would vote for an atheist. In fact, I am one. Having said that, the candidates of whom I am aware are not atheists, so I likely will not be voting for one.
Answered By: John73 - 10/12/2012
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