Tuesday, March 14, 2006
The Boston Globe Gets It
Because I will whore myself so that others may read a great editorial, I feel that I should post this here.

This editorial really hits on all the important parts of the issue. There are anti-descrimination laws in place, and I don't see why any religious organization should be able to break the law, simply because their religious beliefs do not agree. If we start allowing religions to break the law, where do we draw the line, and who will be drawing it?

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