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I weep for Scotland

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Submitted by Peter Herz (United States), Nov 15, 2007 at 11:47

I weep for Scotland. The Presbyterians of the 17th century anticipated Locke's doctrine of political compact by a generation or so; their Catholic foes gave us royal absolutism. Yes, I too am a "God Bless King Billy" Protestant.

As for the IRA, they've been pals with every enemy of Western civilization from Hitler to Muamar Qaddafi and Yuri Andropov.

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