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  1. Vanity says:

    I think the most dangerous thing about this sort of ordeal is that people genuinely believe that “the issue” is “secularists vs. religious America” or “Jews vs. Catholics.” “The issue” (as silly as it is to think that there is *one* issue) is, of course, those who (intentionally or unintentionally) oppose freedom and are ignorant of the Constitution of the United States of America and those who don’t and are not. The Constitution of the United States of America is manifestly opposed to *both* secularists and what this poster terms “religious America” (I’m assuming he actually means “politico-religious right-wing” when he says that).

    To come back to the post—what, precisely, did you find “way, way off the mark” about what Boteach had to say?

  2. Jeff Ballabon says:

    “The Constitution of the United States of America is manifestly opposed to *both* secularists and what this poster terms “religious America” (I’m assuming he actually means “politico-religious right-wing” when he says that).”

    Vanity – what on earth does that mean?!? Do you have a different Constitution on your desk than I do?

    And, by the way – no, I did not mean the “politico-religious right-wing.”

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