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Thomas Paine

Filed By Ed Team | December 14, 2005 1:22 AM | comments

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Loving of enemies is another dogma of feigned morality, and has beside no meaning....Those who preach the doctrine of loving their enemies are in general the greatest prosecutors, and they act consistently by so doing; for the doctrine is hypocritical, and it is natural that hypocrisy should act the reverse of what it preaches. - Thomas Paine from The Age of Reason

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I called those ministers the "BUTS" - we love gay people, BUT.......

we have nothing against you, BUT.........

If I hear BUT one more time, I'll spit!!!!

That's quite a pithy quote there, Seth. I like it.