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Freedom of Religion

2007.04.27 02:43am

The Onion, of all sources, brought to my attention the recently rectified exclusion of Wicca from the "official' religious symbols allowed on the tombstones of veterans. The military is always slow to move on things like this, and they have since corrected their mistake, after extensive legislation of course; but what strikes me is that the most openly religious leader that the United States has ever seen had this to say about the the religion that wasn't his:

I don't think witchcraft is a religion, I would hope the military officials would take a second look at the decision they made.
-- George W. Bush, 1999 during an interview
with `Good Morning America'

I think any commentary I could make would be unnecessary.



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