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Published on Mar 26, 2012

What if they got what they wanted? What if people who didn't think like them were exiled from America? That would include all the atheists. That would include most of the scientists. Once upon a time, the German leadership couldn't tolerate people like Einstein. I hate to sound cliche, but it seems as though these modern so-called religious far right "Conservatives" have learned nothing from history.

I think that it's probably lack of imagination that would cause someone to want everyone around them to be just like them. That would become a nightmare, no matter who you are.

Just imagine the kind of people it would take to want words like "tolerance" and "diversity" to become BAD words.

They're waging a war against anything that is not them, and they will use any means necessary to win this culture war, which includes lying and rewriting history. They don't want to "bring back" America. They want an America that never was.

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