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Don't forget Obama's having to distance himself from his church and minister.

This all really is unfortunate. Thanks for reporting, Dave.

nice write-up

I agree with you that it would be wrong to exclude Palin simply because she is a Pentecostal with outlandish beliefs.

In Palin's case, it seems that she injected her religion into politics. She wants creationism in the biology curriculum, sex education out of the curriculum, and identifies matters of war and peace as the will of God.

Wouldn't it be irresponsible of voters to ignore her explicit policy agenda?

"She wants creationism in the biology curriculum, sex education out of the curriculum"

Wrong and wrong.

I'm not sure where you've been, but these rumors were uncovered days ago.

Thanks to your correction, Tim, I have looked into these claims. I agree with you that the creationism accusation is unfair.

It appears to be the case, however, that Palin declared in an Eagle Forum questionnaire that she opposes "explicit" sex education.

If you have evidence to the contrary, I would be glad to see it.

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