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Date Posted: 14:45:15 10/06/05 Thu
Author: Eppy
Subject: I Once Had A Friend Say to Me That....
In reply to: Chuck in ND 's message, "I guess it depends on" on 09:32:37 10/06/05 Thu

LDS politicians are more centralists because if they were more conservative, they would never be elected. I didn't like that reponse...I say a person stands for what they believe in. I don't know if it is better to have someone who knows gospel standards and trys to aim for them but compromises to get something , or someone (non LDS) who you know what you are going to get from them and never compromises. I think I would prefer the nonLDS with whom you know what you are going to get.

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