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Thursday, 28 August 2003
You’d think that the events of the past couple of years would have taught Americans a lot about the danger of mixing religion and government, of the value of separating church and state. But no: Four out of five Americans do not understand the Constitution. Of that group, I’d have to guess that the vast majority are Christians; I doubt there are many American Hindus (or Buddhists or what-have-you) out there who think it’s a good idea to erect Judeo-Christian monuments in government buildings. It matters not to the Bible-thumpers. They’re gonna show up and shove God — their God — down your throat whether you like it or not. (And by the way, you’re going to hell.)

[found on The Morning News]
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