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Submitted by Roger Garcia-Marenco (Canada), Sep 27, 2005 at 11:01

As usual, politicians missing the point. External symbols are just that, something believers bear to show allegiance to their own stripes. One thing are external harmless symbols and another is written articles regarding fanatical, nonsense laws. So, there should be a distinction between a hat and the intellectual content of the head that bears it. But is is too hard for modern cowy politicians to see it.

Have a nice day,

RG-M



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