Rational Ministries, submitted by Florian. In this dark time when "liberal" is almost a dirty word, I am proud to consider myself a liberal of sorts. Not surprisingly I qualify that statement because of "organizations" like Rational Ministries, that take the concepts of liberalism and progressivism and filter them through some sort of LSD-laced bilge painted pink and stamped with flowers. About a tenth of the stuff he says I sort of agree with, about a tenth I completely disagree with, and the other eight tenths (or four fifths for you logicians) I have no idea what in the Christ he is talking about.
MY VISION IS TO FREE THE MINDS OF THE WORLD THROUGH DEMOCRATIC Re-LEGALIZATION OF LSD and DO IT EXACTLY ON ..... Bicycle Day
That will be a Bicycle Day to remember! This site is apparently designed for people who have trouble reading normal-sized black fonts and also suffer from a rare form of color blindness that makes them crave text and pictures in a variety of colors so bright that they will actually bleach clothing held close to your monitor. Tune in, turn out, hide in hampers, whatever it is that insane liberals are supposed to do these days. Screw that, I'm going to go work for a Zaibatsu.
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