Atheists Are Cheap

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by pspr, Aug 31, 2012.

  1. pspr

    pspr

    The National Atheist Party is canceling its secular convention due to a lack of funding.

    Troy Boyle, the party’s president, announced on its website won’t be holding NAPCON 2012 in Boston in October because it would bankrupt the group.

    “After this year’s amazing Reason Rally, and flush with our successful recruiting and a spike in donations, we decided to hold our OWN secular event. NAPCON 2012 was supposed to be our biggest and best public event; our chance to show the U.S. that we could fund and organize a large, noteworthy and impressive ‘Secular Summit’ that would attract media buzz and even more interested members and donations. The reality is that we can’t,” Boyle said in the press release. “The donations simply aren’t there and if we went ahead with the event as planned, it would bankrupt us.”


    http://connecticut.cbslocal.com/201...ty-cancels-convention-due-to-lack-of-funding/
     
  2. jem

    jem

    I respect that statement and I would listen to what they guy had to say.

    no b.s. - it did not make economic sense.

    That is the type of leadership this country has been missing.
     
  3. pspr

    pspr

    Seriously? The party of the atheist displaying leadership?

    I just think it is funny they can't get organized enough to be - well - atheists. It's like a hobby. :D