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Submitted by Michael (United States), Sep 20, 2006 at 21:06

Thank you for your comments. Allow me to point out the obvious. You didn't address the contents of Geo. Washington's Farewell address or that of the United States Supreme Court's "Trinity Decision".

Further, the thesis that America has always been a Christian nation until the late 1960s, with a world of objective verifiable source document evidence stands factually unchallenged by you. I therefore must sadly conclude that you have a cognitive dissonance common to politically committed holding your particular worldview.

I'm confident, then, that Paul Johnson's History of the American People or his Religious History of the American People, that would enlighten or inform the confortably misinformed and the innocently ignorant, will lanquish by your neglect. It's a tragedy of some importance because had you examined these historical documents a mutual exchange beneficial to us both might have occured. As it is, in view of your calcified views on the salient issues of our times, i can only say that these views are an anathema to the overwelming majority of Americans and to me. Nevertheless, let me thank you for your courteous post.

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