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Comment: Re:Proudly secular? (Score 1) 2035

by Adam Avangelist (#14575855) Attached to: Britons Unconvinced on Evolution
I said the Church of England is part of the government, because they have seats in the House of Lords; they don't have this because they are elected or appointed, they have this prerogative because they are part of the Church of England.

His rights as a private citizen are irrelevant

His rights are quite relevent, it would be unconstitutional to restrict the President -- like any other citizen -- from talking about his faith. President Bush has not shown any bias against non-Christains, as far as I know.

Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no substitute for a good blaster at your side. - Han Solo

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