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TANGENT ALERT: Speaking of which, does it strike anyone else as odd that all the Democrat presidential candidates have started chiming in more frequently as supportive of Christian faith than most of the Republican candidates? Populism is a scary thing. :unsure:

David Kuo has noticed and found it odd enough to have provided a commentary about the situation on NPR's All Things Considered

<http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=10785980>

Commentary <h3 class="contenttitle">When it Comes to Faith, Partisan Lines are Blurring</h3> by David Kuo

All Things Considered, June 6, 2007

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not on private property.

As much as I don't want someone knocking on my door or approaching me on public property to talk to me about their religion, it would be worse if that right was taken away.

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As much as I don't want someone knocking on my door or approaching me on public property to talk to me about their religion, it would be worse if that right was taken away.
on public property is one thing, but the walmart example is private property. the owner can dictate what goes on there.

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