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Is there truly a separation of church and state"? I think not, because religious conservatives are


constantly interferring with the basic rights of Americans, particularly in terms of women's reproductive technologies, the issue of sex education in the schools, and issue of alternative beliefs and lifestyles. I believe that the time has come to take the religious modus operandi out of the running of this country and leave religion and/or ethics to each individual. No one person has to right to impose his/her religious philosophy on the whole country! What is your opinion on this issue?

 

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    joyce31202 3 years ago

    Conservatives have a right to voice their opinions. They don't control everything. There is a separation as long as we want there to be. Abortions are still legal. Prohibition didn't stop drinking from occurring. We do what we want.

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