Talk:Atheist leaders and immoral relationships

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Can I create an "Evangelical Christians and immoral relationships" article to talk about Ted Haggard taking it up the bum from his meth dealer? Or is that not encyclopaedic enough?

When I first edited here I thought it had a lot of potential as a valuable resource for those fed up with liberal propaganda. Now it's just become an idiot's playground, full of nonsense and Andy's weird ideas about new conservative words and zombie Castros. Shame. --LiamCaldicott 19:00, 14 June 2012 (EDT)

Liam, what are your thoughts on the information I added relating to atheism websites? Conservative 23:41, 14 June 2012 (EDT)

For an article called "Atheist leaders and immoral relationships", it is shockingly low on atheist leaders in immoral relationships. Are we all allowed to create articles like this and claim that the "leadership" of a group does something, as long as someone, somewhere, practices that behavior? On more of a style point, could you point out any significant difference between this article and Internet_atheism_and_polyamory? EricAlstrom 08:43, 15 June 2012 (EDT)

Obama, for all his faults, is a very good orator and speechmaker, yet virtually all of his blind cronies are blithering idiots who can barely string a sentence together. I think we can definitely assume a leader's qualities, bad or good, do not apply to his followers. JRegden 17:06, 15 June 2012 (EDT)
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