Moral impositions

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When you try to circumvent the law by imposing your personal moral or religious beliefs on another person or group of persons, you are destined to create chaos and upheaval. This is especially true when you enlist your local politicians in the process.

We have folks now impacting, with the help of their political party, the healthcare of those in need. I would wager that the politicians will rue the day they thought they needed to be on that bandwagon.

If you want to know how well it works to inject religion into politics, ask the Middle East, "How's that working for you?"

-- Dennis R. Green,

Iredell

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