In fairness, I feel the same way about Christianity. About all religion, actually, but also about superstition, and even about the donkey-ball-sucking broadcasters who pour out all this recent ghost-hunter swill on TV.
If cigarettes damage your health, and now require warning labels, shouldn’t things that damage your ability to think have warning labels too? I’m right on board with the free-speech right to broadcast and preach this stuff, but a little warning to young people before each session might not be out of line.
Warning: The following religious service has no basis in fact, but Father Flanagan made some bad career choices early in life, and now it’s all he knows how to do.
Warning: The imams overseeing the following stoning of a woman for fornication are professionals. Don’t try this at home.