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By Diogenes (articles ) | May 05, 2009

 Imagine that a group of Americans began systematically destroying church buildings. 

Now imagine that a leading political figure announced that, while he did not approve of the destruction, he would defend the right of individuals to destroy churches if they wanted to do so. 

Two questions:

  1. Do you suppose that politician would receive an honorary degree from Notre Dame?
  2. Are we only concerned with protecting the temples made by human hands?

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