What I got for Christmas, Brad Pitt is an atheist

There’s a poll over at Examiner.com asking who the number one atheist of 2009 is. Of course I voted for PZ Myers, because I’m brainwashed and that’s what brainwashed people do.

I heard rumblings that Brad Pitt was an atheist, but this article confirms it. He made the list, because when he was doing all that goodwill to re-build New Orleans, he was asked to run for mayor. His response was that his platform would be, “gay marriage, no religion, legalization and taxation of marijuana.” He claimed that he would have “no chance.”

I wish he would run, just so we could have a hot spokesperson on our team who’s out doing good for the world.

Others on the list are people I’ve never heard of before. There’s Bill Maher, Greg Epstein, Margaret Downey, Fred Edwords and some guy named Richard Dawkins.”

There’s a video for the Fred Edwords fellow duking it out with Billy Boy O’Reilly over an atheist sign campaign. I think I may have posted it here before. What stands out is O’Reilly’s smug attitude, his self-admission that he has no problem with the signs, that no one else has had a problem with the signs, but that Edwords is an asshole for trying to get a rise out of people.

Give it a look see. Interesting how protestants think there’s a war on Christmas, when not only is Christmas a rip off of pagan holidays, the Protestants have stripped away all the Catholicism from Saint Nick and “Christ Mass”.

2 thoughts on “What I got for Christmas, Brad Pitt is an atheist

  1. Personally I don’t think that Mr. Handsome has received enough accolades for his humanitarian efforts. In my opinion a lot of celebrity do-gooders are totally phony and engage in so called good deeds merely for positive publicity. I have to say that I don’t think that George is one of the phonies out there in the world of celbrity do-gooders. I admire what he is doing for the Haitian people. I wish more celebrities were as real as he is when it comes to helping out those less fortunate in the world. So kudos to George and his desire to make this world a better place.

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