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March 21, 2011


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Fritz Dahmus

You are making connections that aren't relevant. Religious and conservative connections are not made over a common belief in the role of government in a free society to help cure society's social ills. Conservatives believe in faith-based solutions intead of government social programs to cure these ills. The church was a very influential partner in European governments prior to the American revolution. Conservatives do believe in the "spirit" of religion as a basis for our laws...but believe private religions our best suited to bring out the charity in all of us to help cure our society's ills, not government.

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