"Nones" Now Largest "Religious" Group among Democrats
On the one hand, it’s good (and kind of poetic justice) to have a counterweight to the Radical Religious Right, which came close to taking over the Republican Party and still has an outsize influence there. On the other, this bids fair to further divide America along religious lines and exacerbate the political divisions that have resulted in the extreme polarization of our legislative bodies, which can’t be good for the country.
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Can we all get along?
— Rodney King, victim of beating by Los Angeles police, 1991 March 2