Thursday, May 05, 2005

Why Would an Unbeliever Root for the Religious Right?

OpinionJournal.com editor James Taranto answers:
I suppose it is because I am put off by self-righteousness, closed-mindedness, and contempt for democracy and pluralism--all of which characterize the opposition to the religious right.
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2 comments:

Jinx said...

Maybe the unbeliever wants to believe but can not.
Maybe they wish so desparatly that they could but know that they can not so for the sake of others they encourage belief

jpe said...

Maybe the unbeliever wants to believe but can not.

Or maybe they just think it's all silly.