Such as having towns for religious people where they can have God taught in schools and keep their beliefs. Also letting them keep their own laws on abortion, gay marriage, and other social issues. Then having towns where there is zero religious affiliation and more liberal living. Would this make both sides happier? Or would we still find things to complain about. It seems to some extent this would limit both sides from pushing their agendas onto the opposite group.
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:) I've heard that joke before too, but in the version I heard it was evangelicals who though they were the only ones there ;) lol.
At least your sense of humour is "saved," Billie!
Christin, "Amen" and that's precisely the point. You are my little sister from another mother.
LOL. no need for the disclaimer. thats funny.
LOL. I was trying to basically make that point and couldnt quite get it out. well said
++++++++, EXCELLENT answer. We have to evolve beyond these artificial barriers so to speak. WE are ALL ONE.
i agree completely that most reasonable people can and do live with one another. its only the smaller percentage on either side that seems to make the headline. no need to take drastic measures due to a few bad apples as they say.
Jonny, love your comment on my comment. Very cute!
YEEEEESSSSSSSSSSS a multillion percent!