ATHEIST AD DURING DEMOCRATS’ DEBATE MOCKS ‘BURNING IN HELL’
In between the first and second hour of the Democratic Party’s presidential debate in Ohio was a brief commercial from the Freedom From Religion Foundation calling for watchers to remember that secularism was a founding father plan for America’s government from the get-go and that those who say differently are, well — uninformed.
‘Come on in guys, the fire’s warm’
Ronald Prescott Reagan — the son of the late, great President Ronald Reagan — actually made the pitch for FFRF on national TV, wrapping with this mocking line: “I’m a lifelong atheist, I’m not afraid of burning in hell.”
Still: Can you think of any ad more suitable for showing at a Democratic Party event than one from an atheist-linked organization? ↓SOURCE↓
Note: “Ron Reagan [aka] Ronald Prescott Reagan is an American former radio host and political analyst for KIRO radio and later, Air America Radio, where he hosted his own daily three-hour show. He is a commentator and contributor to programming on the MSNBC cable news and commentary network. His liberal views contrast those of his late father, Republican United States President Ronald Reagan.”