Who’s Attacking Whom…?

Oh no! Christians are attacking atheists!

Or maybe it’s fundamentalist Christians attacking liberal Christians.

Or maybe it’s church elders attacking the doubting youth.

Or maybe it’s aggressive atheists attacking appeasing atheists.

Or maybe…

Oh, who knows.

In any case, it seems like the wrong person is getting attacked.

(via nakedpastor)

  • Miko

    Who would the right person to attack be?

  • http://miketheinfidel.blogspot.com/ MikeTheInfidel
  • Matto the Hun

    Why are they hitting that pooping snake? Don’t they know that everyone poops?

  • AxeGrrl

    I love it!

  • Angie

    It symbolizes how people who ask questions are often silenced or attacked by people who “know” the “truth”.

  • Loulou

    I think an agnostic or a doubter due to the question mark symbol.

  • Tizzle

    G, L, B, & T attacking Q?

  • Joanna

    The four exclamation points represent “outrage” that anybody would dare QUESTION their authority on the matter…whatever matter they are so upset about…who knows! Anger is contagious so a mob forms quickly. Even if the question was a completely innocent one. Question appears caught off guard with no means to defend self. Poor little question….I pity you.

  • qatheist

    This is perhaps germane (not Jackson): Back in my youth the hippie ‘movement’ was far reaching. I recall one bumper sticker that exclaimed, “Resist Authority!”. I took a sharpie and wrote underneath that bumper sticker epithet, “sez who?”
    I always test the work product to its requirements.

  • qatheist

    Of course without a transcendental back ground, one may not understand that this is a rebuke to anyone calling anyone anything. Word association is irrelevant; A gherkin and a kosher and a bread and butter are all pickles, but just pickles are made up names, just like religions.

  • Twin-Skies

    Tired of all the false positives there friend “?” had gotten from walking boxes, and ominous knocking sounds on wall the “!” decided to take action…

  • http://hoverfrog.wordpress.com hoverfrog

    Why doesn’t the question defend himself? I mean they must outnumber exclamations, a good question raises two others, people are always begging the question, a prudent question is one half of wisdom.

  • Derek

    Why doesn’t the question defend himself? I mean they must outnumber exclamations, a good question raises two others, people are always begging the question, a prudent question is one half of wisdom.

    That assumes that it’s a good and prudent question.

  • http://hoverfrog.wordpress.com hoverfrog

    Derek, I suppose the question could just be bad. Aren’t bad questions either mocked or ignored though?

  • DemetriusOfPharos

    @MikeTheInfidel

    Thank you for posting that as a PSA. I (and Revyloution, and several others) now know to steer clear of The Silly Hats club.


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