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July 26, 2005


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Thank you for your discussion - you've raised some very interesting points. More than just fighting to keep Islam from dominating Iraq, I feel that there has been a reasonably clear message from this administration that religious fundamentalism (of the Muslim kind, of course) is detrimental to the advance of human freedom. Why is christian fundamentalism, then, seemingly given a free pass? Just because christians don't blow themselves up in suicide missions? (yet)

Anyway - along the lines of religious fundamentalism and john roberts - check out
http://supremecourtandopusdei.blogspot.com/ - it seems that catholicisms roots in washington run deep. -mary t.

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