brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Dan Holzman holzman at
Sun Sep 1 18:16:58 EST 2002

In article <tLsc9.38285$Ic7.2592590 at>,
John Knight <jwknight at> wrote:
>Whether or not he, or our other Christian Founding Forefathers, or the rest
>of the American population, were Christians has far more to do with whether
>or not we were founded as a Christian nation, than a treaty signed with the
>When was the last time you saw the US uphold a treaty with the Muslims?  

The Treaty of Tripoli remains in force, so we can start there...

>Why are we continually in such a state of amorality.  Because of jews.
>Because we let jews into the country.  

John doesn't realize that Jews have been in the United States before
it was the United States.  George Washington spoke at a Synagogue at
least once.

>The US Constitution is based on Christian, not Talmudic, principles.

Neither, actually.  The American notion that governments derive their
just power from the consent of the governed is entirely unChristian.

>And when we decided to boot the jews out, we did it as a--Christian nation.

Since Jews aren't being booted out of the United States, I'm willing
to believe that you and the frog in your pocket act as a Christian
nation in the same sense that the Conch Republic and Republic of
Texas acts as a nation: an amusement until a line of acceptable
behavior is crossed, a minor annoyance for law enforcement to handle
once the line is crossed.

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