>>In a message dated 1/29/01 3:52:53 PM Eastern Standard Time, email@example.com
>><< > The issue of how federal tax dollars are spent is the essence of the
>> > 'conservative vs liberal' debate imho.
>>If only that were true, that might be a tractable problem. Unf., the debate
>>is also about the culture war: whether and to what extent any given moral
>>agendas should be legislated, and if so which ones. IMO, that's
>>the horns of the dilemma... jb >>
>i think federal funding of tried-and-true faith-based programs in
>churches, mosques, synagogues and agencies is a GREAT idea - many of
>these have been in place for decades doing a phenominal job.
It's great for those who are faith-based people. However it doesn't
exactly do much for many who are outside of the Christian church.
Ross Olson <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
"All is will. And so we make our choice,
We are what we embrace, and we are what we resist...". - Nick Cave
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