Charlotte Allen, who most recently took to the Washington Post to complain that all women are stoopid, takes to the LA Times to explain that all atheists are stoopid.

A sampling:

Atheists: No God, no reason, just whining

I can’t stand atheists — but it’s not because they don’t believe in God. It’s because they’re crashing bores. 

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My problem with atheists is their tiresome — and way old — insistence that they are being oppressed and their fixation with the fine points of Christianity. What — did their Sunday school teachers flog their behinds with a Bible when they were kids?

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…your eyes will glaze over as you peruse — again and again — the obsessively tiny range of topics around which atheists circle like water in a drain.

First off, there’s atheist victimology: Boohoo, everybody hates us ‘cuz we don’t believe in God.

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You or I might attribute the low numbers to atheists’ failure to win converts to their unbelief, but atheists say the problem is persecution so relentless that it drives tens of millions of God-deniers into a closet of feigned faith, like gays before Stonewall.

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One representative of the pity-poor-me school of atheism, Kathleen Goodman, writing in January for the Chronicle of Higher Education,

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In a recent interview with Trina Hoaks, the atheist blogger for the Examiner.com website, Dawkins described religious believers as follows: "They feel uneducated, which they are; often rather stupid, which they are; inferior, which they are; and paranoid about pointy-headed intellectuals from the East Coast looking down on them, which, with some justification, they do." Thanks, Richard!

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Another topic that atheists beat like the hammer on the anvil in the old Anacin commercials is Darwinism versus creationism.

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The problem with atheists — and what makes them such excruciating snoozes —

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What primarily seems to motivate atheists isn’t rationalism but anger — anger that the world isn’t perfect, that someone forced them to go to church as children…

And then, the punchline:

 So, atheists, how about losing the tired sarcasm and boring self-pity and engaging believers seriously?

Well, since you asked so nicely…

TBogg

TBogg

Yeah. Like I would tell you....

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