politics and religion (double taboo!)


Subject: politics and religion (double taboo!)
From: Richard Nance (rnance@dmu.ac.uk)
Date: Thu Nov 04 2004 - 17:34:03 EST


The party registration is to do with voting in the primaries. You can't vote
in both. The logic is evident. I'll explain if you like.

I think arguing about religion is one thing, and you can point out stupidity
when it's appropriate, but it's a little rude to blindly equate one with the
other. My family's pretty religious and they're all very well educated and
have pretty quick minds. The God thing is usually down to a choice on what
you'd prefer to believe, which I think is the point. But I might have that
wrong. I'm not a theologian. My little brother however is a physicist, a
sys-admin in a complexity modeling facility and a protestant minister, so we
do get to talk a lot. He is, btw NOT a republican.

r



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