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The rally for religious freedom June 27 was somewhat encouraging.

However, if not for the votes of millions of Catholics and other pro-life, pro-family Christians four years ago, we would not find ourselves in this mess today. While all thing are possible through prayer, voting for pro-choice candidates and then praying that they change may not be the best approach. We have a choice and a duty each time we vote.

Kenneth L. Dendinger

Augusta

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impossible 07/09/12 - 12:07 am
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How very odd there are no
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How very odd there are no comments, because Mr. Dendinger has profoundly nailed it. Clear, concise and right on. Liberals, whether laymen or clergy, and useful idiot dupes who vote for liberals and then pray for rescue make as much sense as someone who jumps off a 40-story building and then prays on the way down for someone to save him from the very death he has chosen.

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