A couple of days ago, I posted about a runoff race for the Austin City Council in Texas. Normally, it’d be off my radar, but candidate Laura Pressley had posted a graphic on her website explaining the differences between her and her opponent Gregorio Casar. She implied that his atheism was a problem:
Except he’s not an atheist. He’s a self-described Catholic.
More importantly, why would it make a difference even if he were an atheist?