I think that heads would a-splode.
Could you imagine what would happen if these were posted in America?(10 posts) (7 voices)
Jesus is theirs.
(C) (R) and (TM).
You can't use it.
Just like "marriage".
Christians invented marriage you know.
Also war, slavery, rape, incest and infanticide, if the Bible is to be believed.
I'm sure it would be fine (maybe even celebrated) as we all know the Americans are deeply proud of their rights to free speech and that includes speech that they may disagree with ... am I right, or am I right?
I think it is more accurate to say that most Americans are deeply attached to their own personal right to free speech.
@UrsaMinor: Well put, sir. Well put. Most conservative evangelical groups would piss themselves with anger over this, make some wildly out of proportion claims about how this proves cultural slant against Christianity and that their faith is under attack, there'd be several sermons about the insidious culture war, and then things would settle back down again as believers slowly realized that they still had more billboards than any other group...except maybe hotel chains.
@Ursa: That can probably be applied to any group about any perceived right.
We know exactly what would happen, just look at the frothing at the mouth response to even the most vanilla of atheist signs.
Billboard: "Atheists exist."
Evangelicals: "This billboard infringes upon our rights as Christians! Kill it with fire!"
Atheists: "On what grounds are your rights infringed upon?"
Evangelicals: (fingers in ears) "Neener-neener! We're complaining to the ad agency and if that
doesn't work we'll see you in court!"
Free speech at work.
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