Christians, christians, christians.
It's actually entertaining to hear some "christians" speak about themselves as a group. It's even funnier hearing them speak (some of the fundy christians) about catholics as if they were the bane of their precious existence. I guess the fact that catholics are in deed christians escapes them.
My biggest problem with the current fundy christian mentality running through the high offices of this country is the superiority complex the belief seems to create in these people that makes them so adamently believe all other faiths (or nonfaiths as the case may be) are inferior. This is precisely the kind of mentality the framers were trying to avoid.
But...I do have to note (small disclaimer) that I say "some" christians because I have met a few without these hardened views of superiority over every other person on the planet. Some are actually my friends, and some are even my family.
If you think about it, there are several 'cultures' that are hardened and have a superiority complex. Look at this thread! The anti-Christian stench shows that those that aren't Christians are hardened and have a superiority complex... "Look at those uneducated, close-minded, intolerant Christians!"
You can say the same about atheists, evolutionists, creationists, Christians, Jews, Muslims, Republicans, and Democrats, to name a few. I myself like to research other points of view just to understand where people are coming from, and to learn more about the issue than my point of view.
Unfortunately, it's the loud Christians that make us all look bad... like Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, etc. The majority of Christians I know, myself included, do not
think along the lines that they do.