What did Glenn think of the "Reason Rally" that was just held in Washington, D.C.? Let's just say he wasn't surprised, but that doesn't make the content any worse.
You can watch the video, courtesy of The Blaze, below:
The Blaze explains that they went around and asked participants the same four key questions, and got a wide range of vulgar and judgmental responses.
We decided to ask numerous leaders in the atheist movement and Reason Rally attendees four key questions:
- What brings you to Reason Rally?
- If you could deliver any message to Christians in America, what would it be?
- If you could condense Christianity into one or two words, what would they be?
- How has President Barack Obama handled the secular community in America?
From insightful to down-right-bizarre, the atheistic responses we gathered were intriguing to say the least. One woman said, ”Get your religion out of my girl panties.” Another claimed that Christianity can best be framed as “ignorant.” James Randi, a well-known magician and one of the event speakers, told The Blaze that Christians should “grow up” and that any religious person is essentially living in the “14th century.”
Here are a few of the other labels given to Christianity: “Irrational,“ ”false dogma,“ ”mass cult,“ ”anti-intellectualism,“ ”popular,“ ”clusterf**k,“ ”authoritarian,“ ”paternalistic“ and ”overwhelmingly fundamentalist.”