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in response to reader comment: wolves in sheep's clothing

Submitted by jennifer solis (United States), Sep 6, 2007 at 00:04

The answer to Ms. Moulds' question in her last couple of sentences is:

separation of Church (ANY religion) and State. Very simple. It's one of the foundations of the U.S.A. Up to this country to enforce this...............the ACLU will put up a fight as usual. School is for education, not opinion, not religion. Very simple. The U.S. existing laws provide for this. The "warm-and-fuzzy" mentality of the divorced-from-reality Leftist political idiocy is in my opinion a huge obstacle; arguably more so than the Islamist's agenda. -JS

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