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>As a quiet agnostic in the US, surrounded by a resurgence of Christianity
>in some of its' more frightening forms, I hope *not*. I hope we will
>quietly go along with whatever uneasy truce we have managed to work out,
>and not loose too much ground while Bush is President.
Frankie, I'm with you on this one. I only sporadically read the postings
for lack of time, but yours caught my eye. There is no lack of extremism on
both sides, and unfortunately extremists of your own persuasion are often
closer to you than reasonable people or the other side.
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