“The debate has been captured by utterly intolerant people on both sides. Everybody wants religious liberty for me, and my opponent ground into the dust.”

–University of Virginia law professor Douglas Laycock, quoted by The Washington Post about how the current controversy over gay rights and religious freedom in several U.S. states is “creating a public that is hostile to the very idea of religious liberty.”

 

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  1. To quote the late Rodney King, “Can’t we just all get along?” This “my way or the highway” attitude has to go. Too much lack of compromise at the local level and in Congress creates gridlock. Meantime, real problems do not get addressed. Let’s elect more moderates so some real progress can be made.

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