This seems to be the parting signature of someone who has just invested substantial emotional effort into convincing me something is true when it is plain as day that this very proposition is palpably false, and chooses to fall back on a reference to Christian faith as a surrogate for veracity.
Attorney-client privilege forbids me from fleshing out the exact reason why I chose to vent this particular portion of my spleen on this day. Of course, sometimes it’s opposing parties who deploy this signal of prevarication. Just not today in particular.
Samuel Johnson was wrong. It is not patriotism, but instead piety, which serves as the last refuge of a scoundrel.
I feel better now. Thank you.