Worse Than Nauseating
Jesus Fucking Christ. I'm sick to my fucking stomach. CNN is doing full coverage of the prayer service at the National Cathedral. They just had Franklin Graham, Billy's son, talking to the CNN commentator, and he just had minutes and minutes of national air time in which to proclaim Jesus Christ. They also talked to Bill Bennett, who said that America is a country whose institutions "presuppose the existence of a supreme being." I'm gonna fucking puke. I feel like killing someone.
Fucking fuck fuck. This is the first time in this entire ordeal that I feel nauseated. The footage of the buildings was crazy, but not emotionally affecting. The human interest stories about people looking for friends and family was sad, but not emotionally affecting. But this -- this I can't take. This makes me literally sick. And I can't do anything about it. I called CNN and they said they don't take calls on the air, except during Talk Back Live (as if I didn't know that, but I wanted to try anything).
I just ran to the restroom and vomited.
From: "Positive Atheism" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: welcome back the 50s
Date: September 14, 2001 6:38 PM
No, there's nothing we can do about this because to criticize religion will bring hardship upon us and will adversely affect our cause.
Fundamentalist thinking will take the slightest criticism of this lawbreaking and portray it as full-blown evil.
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