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Submitted by Babatunde K. Abdullah (United States), Jan 10, 2003 at 06:34

When you are in another man's house you do what they say, and if this is not to your liking then you don't go to his house or you find some other house to meet in.

You truly don't believe you have the right to do what you want to do in another country. The christian practice of chrismas is considered a pagan celebration to pagan gods and if they have decided they the will not allow the worship of false gods in their country, then thats is their right. Even in your own bible that practice is forbidden (Jeremiah 10:1-5).

Just because you may like your women to go about naked doing whatever they want to do, don't mean everybody else has to go alone with what you feel is right. Rape, homosexuality and all of the other moral breakdowns of america will not be allowed in country where God is Respected. God is not respected in this country for every sin that is, is practice here for sin is as american as apple pie.
You act as if you are doing them a favor by being there, but it is you who need what they have 'OIL' and if you didn't need that you wouldn't be there.

So to close, if you are in another man's house, respect the man of the house.
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