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“This was a difficult empirical study in some respects and easy in others,” said Dr. Barry McDikkin who led the research project. “The most difficult part was the correlation between the characteristics of ‘ugly’ and ‘Christians’ simply because some of the hundreds of Republicans that we used in our experimental design of statistical analysis were not necessarily as ugly as others which is where our problem with reliability and validity came into play. In other words, not all of our Republican subjects were necessarily ugly per se…but we found that all of our ugly Republicans were, indeed, all Christians.”
I don't presuppose a god. I presuppose a delusion of something that doesn't exist based off the lack of evidence for it.-Nam