Signs, Signs, Almost Everywhere a Sign

TruthRevolt : Next week, as attendees to the Republican National Convention arrive in Cleveland, they will be greeted by a billboard paid for by the Freedom From Religion Foundation that prominently features a picture of Ronald Reagan and a quote from the former Republican president about the separation of church and state.

 What they won’t see is an advertisement for the upcoming DVD release of God’s Not Dead 2 because the message on that sign is considered “incendiary,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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9 Comments on Signs, Signs, Almost Everywhere a Sign

  1. If you choose not to believe in God so be it…but why feel the need to piss on those of us that do believe?

  2. The Freedom From Religion Foundation has been playing havoc with the military and other organizations.
    I’d find a way to “accidently” bump into their display table and knock the whole thing to the ground. Twice. (Oops. Did I do thaaaat?)

  3. Odd that FFR has never gone after anything related to Pisslam, their public ass-lifting and their indoctrination in public schools. Cowards, aren’t they?

  4. 2 Peter 2:19
    While they promise them liberty, they themselves are slaves of corruption; for by whom a person is overcome, by him also he is brought into bondage.

    What Freedom From Religion Foundation is selling is NOT “Freedom from God”, but “Bondage” to Government and the corruption we see today.

    Galatians 5
    Christian Liberty

    1 Stand fast therefore in the liberty by which Christ has made us free, and do not be entangled again with a yoke of bondage.

    FFR will be judged by the very freedom and liberty they choose to deny others.

  5. Just another hate-filled radical Left outfit, this one disguised as Atheists. Some hide behind feminism, others the Earth, others animal rights, social justice, equality etc. etc. etc. All are masks for Leftism – the creed whose fanatic motto is, “All that exists deserves to perish.”

  6. Interesting that the Freedom From Religion foundation genuinely believes what they stand for. In my book, that is the purest definition of religion. Kind of like the saying ‘No Absolutes’ requires those that believe in no absolutes to absolutely agree with that position…

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