Essay: User: Conservative, what is truly best in life?

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Genghis Conservapedia: That is good! That is good.

Genghis Conservapedia: Hao! Dai ye! We won again! This is good, but what is best in life?

Conservapedian: The open steppe, fleet horse, falcons at your wrist, and the wind in your hair.

Genghis Conservapedia: Wrong! User: Conservative! What is best in life?

User: Conservative: To see global atheism shrinking; to watch Shockofgod videos about his many victories; to hear atheists cry about the many children being reached through Good News Bible Clubs in public schools; and to hear the lamentations of Richard Dawkins fans about his loss of influence.[1]

Genghis Conservapedia: That is good! That is good!

Apologetic atheists: Oh, how the mighty have fallen

In 2015, the atheist author Joshua Kelly wrote:

Call it what you like: New Atheism, fire-brand atheism, etc., had a surge with the Four Horsemen in the middle of the last decade and in the last four years has generally peetered out to a kind that is more docile, politically correct, and even apologetic.[2]

Docile! Apologetic! Euphemisms for defeated!

See also

Comedy and satire:

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