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Date Posted: 13:22:28 03/02/07 Fri
Author: Cricket
Subject: If I may
In reply to: Jay 's message, "Oh . . ." on 08:56:21 03/02/07 Fri

I have long had the thinking that the Constitution, being shredded and the only things we do have are free speech and guns, we would go to a higher law. And that would not be a Mosaic law of an eye for an eye, but to defend our right to worship according to our agency. I think Pres. Hinckley's comments, while given as his personal thoughts and opinions, are reflecting that ancient fight we have had between good and evil. That the Constitution is not
the law of the land anymore and is not being upheld by righteous men.

Mileage yadda yadda.

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