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Post Father in law: Convert to mormonism? Over my dead body! ... Romney:Done!
http://gawker.com/5879888/

"Hardcore" atheist refuses to convert in life. But now he's dead, so how's he gonna stop me?

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OOOOooooohhhhh... Feels so good to defile everything you stood for in life.

There's your freedom of religion!


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Post Re: Father in law: Convert to mormonism? Over my dead body! ... Romney:Done!
For this election, I choose to punch myself in the face. Seems like the best option.



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Post Re: Father in law: Convert to mormonism? Over my dead body! ... Romney:Done!
phew! luckily he can't get the father in laws' vote posthumously :roll:

so what are the choices? romney gingrich or obama? (all working for the same organ grinder)

that punch in the face is sounding more attractive by the day :lol:



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Post Re: Father in law: Convert to mormonism? Over my dead body! ... Romney:Done!
Bill maher counters the powers of Mormon magic with the help of the great and almighty Atheismo.

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Post Re: Father in law: Convert to mormonism? Over my dead body! ... Romney:Done!
This is great in a creepy and bizarre way. The real world is just so much stranger than you can imagine. You just can't make that kind of shit up.


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Post Re: Father in law: Convert to mormonism? Over my dead body! ... Romney:Done!
Colbert makes a move to balance the scales:

Posthumously circumcises all dead mormons by proxy.

http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colber ... on-baptism

"congratus, dead mormons! You are all now dead jews! Lets just hope nobody baptizes you against your will."


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