Wait! Don't shoot the messenger. I'd like to say I'm sorry if this offends anyone, but I really think burning the Koran is a good idea.
Let me explain a bit further, before e-tomatoes are hurled in my general direction. I'm sure someone will demand I take this inflammatory post down. Maybe I'll even be fortunate to be HR'd. That would be cool.
Again, I am fine with the Koran being burnt, but only if the Bible and the Torah and any other religious document is included in the prodigious torching. If you've watched the Denzel Washington movie "The Book of Eli" you'd probably think that a braille copy of the Bible could save humanity.
Well, in this country, we've got one of 'em in just about every hotel and motel room - and things just aren't getting better.
I believe sans religion, we'll all be better off. Isn't it astounding that a pastor from bumble-fuck Florida with a congregation of fifty people (and a collective tooth total of about 50) has become a national figure. Some people (albeit few publicly) actually like this guy.
So here's my plan. We spend the next month gathering up all the religious documents in the world - after all, it's time to let the invisible man go - and we allocate them to cold places, so they can be burned for a good cause...heat. Energy prices are going up, and people are going to freeze to death this winter. Actually, providing heat would be the ultimate use for these books...
Imagine, the "words" of God actually accomplishing tangible. It would be a pretty amazing time.
We could even send some extra to Wasilla, so the Palin bunch can heat their shadily-built house. The point here, is let's find a use for these soon-to-be charred leftovers of pre-scientific superstition.