Putting D'Souza in his place

This is totally off topic, but I came across one of most eloquently written expositions of atheism and humanism I’ve seen in quite a while. This is a response to Dinesh D’Souza’s despicable use of the Virginia Tech tragedy to score politcal points with his followers. (BTW, I went to college with D’Souza, and he was a hateful attention grabber back in the 1980’s, too. Some people never grow up.)

The full essay by a Virginia Tech professor is here: http://www.dailykos.com/storyonly/2007/4/19/18451/0971


2 thoughts on “Putting D'Souza in his place

  1. That was deeply touching Larry (altho the comments were a bit vitriolic…)
    And now i begin to understand this contradiction.This man who says there is no God but who's spirit is kind and good…..


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