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Comment: Re:Hm... (Score 2) 175

by Aryden (#47408667) Attached to: US Arrests Son of Russian MP In Maldives For Hacking
How about the killing of Bin-Laden in Pakistan without Pakistan's permission. There's a very public instance of invading a sovereign nation with military forces for the intent to capture or kill OBL. The US government does what it wishes, when it wishes to do it and lives under the belief that it is easier to ask forgiveness than it is to ask permission.

Comment: Re:violate the constitution. that's a new one. (Score 1) 649

by Aryden (#47280691) Attached to: Teaching Creationism As Science Now Banned In Britain's Schools
The puritans were protestants... They were leaving because A) They believed the Church of England wasn't reformed enough, B) They feared that Charles [I] would reestablish Catholicism in England, C) Lost in the battle to ensure Charles [I] was defunded by taxation D) Many of the issues they fled England to avoid were issues they themselves caused. But then you also look at the 600 odd years of, what could really be called religious wars, in England between the monarchs, church and the people and see that, none of them were clean.

Comment: Re:Yep. (Score 1) 649

by Aryden (#47269283) Attached to: Teaching Creationism As Science Now Banned In Britain's Schools
Not quite true, when I was coming up, in order to ascend from the 6th grade, we were required to take and pass a bible studies course based on the Old Testament. The teacher didn't even want to teach it and it really just ended up being memorizing the books of the OT in order, but it was still required. This was a PUBLIC school in Tennessee.

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