What is surprising is that the affidavits are steeped in the myth of persecution. Filed in advance of the constitutional reference case, which is scheduled to be heard starting Nov. 22 in B.C. Supreme Court, they reveal that almost all of the breakaway Mormons say they live in fear of being jailed or having their children taken away from them.
Yep, "fear of my family life being interrupted", is one of the things that keeps me from committing crimes too.
Poor persecuted Mormons should be above the law, kind of like democrats, they are "victims" too.
posted on 10/22/2010 6:08:14 AM PDT
(Mark Kirk "republican" Illinois, not no but HELL NO!)
Mormons say they live in fear of being jailed or having their children taken away from them.
Yeah that imaginary family separation fear due to your own ongoing criminal action is a doozy...
Just ask the illegal aliens...
How can anyone be for same sex marriage and against Polygamy?
Certainly the one is more natural than the other.
posted on 10/22/2010 7:24:04 AM PDT
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