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Why are so many Christians fans of Ayn Rand?

Discussion in 'American Politics' started by Nurbz, Apr 13, 2011.

  1. tulc

    tulc loves "SO'S YER MOM!! posts!

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    Agreeing or disagreeing is a right you have as an individual. I will say this: when I realized this it made it easier for me to accept other people disagreeing with me over things I had previously thought to be so obvious that I had just assumed anyone doing so had some agenda that made them see it differently. :wave:
    tulc(happy thanksgiving bro!) :clap:
     
  2. tulc

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    Can you show how an economic system has anything to do with this? :confused:
    tulc(is sort of curious) :wave:
     
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    How is any of that "socialist quackery", Edwin? :confused:
     
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