I'm not familiar with that case. Which one was that?
See posts 24 and 32.
To: Always Right
Thank you. I saw those. As I said, I wasn't familiar with it.
While that is indeed disturbing, it doesn't change my central point: It isn't twisted to recognize that men may have religious beliefs but a government cannot favor one belief over another. That's the very foundation of religious freedom.
posted on 07/12/2005 7:55:25 AM PDT
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