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Senior Contributor

which one?

If you had a say on which one would be built a city block from your home, would you choose a Christian Church or an Islamic Mosque?

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Re: which one?

 

 

Either is fine, just TAX the HOLY Crap out of them.

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Re: which one?

Taking a stand for one or the other, given no other reasons than ideology, is bigotry.  Taking a stand based on the location (within a city block), and the culture or society of the area, is a choice.

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Re: which one?

Poor old Marty is still hurting over the crucification.
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Re: which one?

I'd vote no on either one of them! Why? Because I don't think government ought to allow bogus businesses bilk the unwary. Usually governments shut down charlatans that take advantage of the public.

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Well, with a mosque so close they probably wouldn`t blow up anything in their own neighborhood, so you might be safer in that aspect.   However if they ever needed to nab a hostage real quick, a neighbor might be too handy.   I wonder if the Jehovah Witnesses ever pester the Muslims?  Smiley Happy

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Re: which one?

You probably should be more specific.

Catholic or Baptist? or one of the others.

Sunni or Shia? or one of the others.

 

But one thing I would do is make them pay taxes just like the Lions have to pay on their meeting hall.

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Re: which one?


@OKdon wrote:

I'd vote no on either one of them! Why? Because I don't think government ought to allow bogus businesses bilk the unwary. Usually governments shut down charlatans that take advantage of the public.


Good point Don.

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Re: which one?

(Because I don't think government ought to allow bogus businesses (to) bilk the unwary. Usually governments shut down charlatans that take advantage of the public.)

 

Well except for Solyndra's, they're OK.

 

 

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@Edmund55 wrote:

(Because I don't think government ought to allow bogus businesses (to) bilk the unwary. Usually governments shut down charlatans that take advantage of the public.)

 

Well except for Solyndra's, they're OK.

 

 


Same goes for if you like your policy you can keep your policy. Period.