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January 27, 2013

To the editor: Tuesday marked the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the infamous Supreme Court decision that legalized murder in the womb (abortion)....

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Feb-04-13 7:10 PM

I say we put every ones God back in public schools..As long as a child has faith who cares what God he prays to? My son was told once that if he didn't accept Jesus Christ into his heart he could not be saved..He posed a good question."What about the kind man in an isolated place who has never heard the Name Jesus Christ?" This is the dawning of a new age.A kinder more understanding age. It isn't your religion that matters. It's your spirituality that counts.And as for your rights You don't have to be pro abortion to be pro choice.

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Jan-27-13 5:56 PM

Arthurs17, You have displayed that you are the proud product of liberal influence. Your views are flawed. Christ helped people but he was not a socialist as Woodrow Wilson would have you believe. Some of the biggest mass murderers were liberal atheists (Hitler, Pol-Pot, Stalin, and Mao) to name a few. James Holmes, the Aurora Co, shooter worked for the Obama campagin, This latest Sandy hook scum hated christians. Democrats started the kkk, distorted Christianity to their followers and lynched blacks. Priests that molest children do not do so in the name of Christ, and hopefully they will face punnishment in hell. Personally, I do not care if a person believes in God or not, I do not wish that anyone be controlled, I ask that they have self control.

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Jan-27-13 2:28 PM

like I stated before morality and religion are mutually exclusive. Catholic priests believe in a higher power and they raped little kids and tried to cover it up. People that believed in a higher power lynched black people during one of the darkest periods in our country's history. Religious people are also behind the westboro church protests. Religion obscures reality plain and simple. A belief in a higher power is the sole culprit for most of the wars in the history of mankind. Also you speak of the kind of people that are atheist. Social workers are atheists because they help people and don't judge? Wow you never stood a chance of being open-minded, did ya? People don't need God or religion in their life to be moral, but people like you use religion as a control mechanism to try to control all the sheep. You crazy Christians crack me up. You claim to worship Christ but have no idea what he actually stood for. Christ was the first social worker. He actually helped peopl

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Jan-27-13 12:47 PM

@arthurs17, without a belief in a higher power, morality goes out the window. Atheism leads to reducing the human to little more than just a bunch of cells and scientific processes. Most hardcore liberals are atheists. Psychologists(mostly liberals), Social workers(definately liberals), and some medical professionals(highly educated, ivy league liberals) etc, most of which are atheists take devient, immoral behavior and explain it as just that, and do not make a judgment whether or not it is "bad" even though a behavior may be downright disgusting and criminal. We are a predominantly Christian nation, and therefore we are a caring nation. Once God is outlawed, we will cease to be good.

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Jan-27-13 2:21 AM

While I disagree with just about everything you have said here, let me focus on the part where you postulate to put God back in schools. I believe that God used to be in schools when there was blatant racism and sexism in the schools. God was also in the schools when there were race riots because so called Christians were opposed to people of color being able to learn along side of them. God was also and still is in schools where the rape of children took place while the men of God looked the other way in the best interest of the church. So where was your God when these atrocities were taking place? And also, if we put a deity back into our public education, whose God do we put? Your? Mine? Abduls's? Vijay's? Ping's? Religion is an intimate personal choice and never be integrated into a public forum as important as education. God was was in the forefront of some of the most heinous acts in the history of mankind, so therefore, your argument holds no water.

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