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Trent Latta September 5, 2013 at 09:51 am
PJ, your Christian beliefs are not exempt from criticism.
P. J. September 6, 2013 at 07:16 am
Totally agree, but I listen more to people that treat these things with respect and an intellectualRead More approach, not with drama and some obviously deep-seeded issues. I mean u must understand this surely as you represent all people in your district, right? Even such sordid types as me; Christian.I dare say if went off on any other religion the way he did mine than that would have been deemed politically incorrect. You are right my Christian beliefs are not exempt, I mean I am critical of some parts as well, but just as they are not exempt from criticism, not are they exempt from respect. Look, this whole thing has strayed from your obvious intent which was to point our that Republicans are reading stuff...and I started out just wanting to say..."So?" Enough said...
Edward A. September 6, 2013 at 02:30 pm
PJ, you invited the comparison when you suggested lumping The Bible and Mein Kampf together wasRead More inappropriate in some way. Many people (perhaps including you) seem to think that just because it is the basis of your religion, The Bible should be above reproach. My position is that you are free to believe whatever you want, and I respect your right to do so, but I don't have to respect your beliefs. And if you believe the Bible is a reasonable model of morality in today's world, to be perfectly blunt, I don't respect your beliefs.
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Ronald Long July 10, 2013 at 08:12 pm
seems like the same story at every level of government. Money is a ubiquitous corrupting influence.Read More Until there are limits both on how much people and corporations can spend buying laws to their liking, as well as limits on the concentration of wealth, change will be a challenge.
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