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Date Posted: 02:30:52 11/18/06 Sat
Author: Deborah
Subject: Celebrating the likeness of differences, I say...
In reply to: Jay 's message, "Thank you!" on 13:07:43 11/14/06 Tue

The thing that sort of bugs me is that it's almost assumed that those of us who are LDS are also red republicans. And when people like me say anything bad against the republicans, or against Bush, you can hear people gasping for air.
Think of the Robert Kirby-ism I once shared with you:
"After all, just because you aren't part of the local herd doesn't mean that you aren't still a cow."

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  • Interesting Sunday Sabbath -- Deborah, 02:52:24 11/18/06 Sat

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