Bill Maher: Faith is ‘Nothing to be Admired’

On last night’s Real Time with Bill Maher, one of the New Rules focused on Rick Perry‘s unnecessary signing of the “Merry Christmas” Law, Sally Quinn‘s reprehensible criticism of Hillary Clinton for not including her faith in her Twitter bio, and how the thing Christians fear more are atheists like Rebecca Vitsmun who aren’t as scary as the stereotypes would suggest:

I love Maher’s response to the idea that Clinton needed to talk about her faith: “Faith means the purposeful suspension of critical thinking. It’s nothing to be admired.”

(via Mediaite)

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