Paul Weyrich... Question!

Dennis Putnam GTILL at ASNTSU.ASN.NET
Tue Jun 13 15:25:01 MDT 1995


In-Reply-To:  MWEST1 AT etcv01.eld.ford.com -- Tue, 13 Jun 1995 15:29:10 -0400
 
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>In response (again) to Dennis Putnam:
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>Exactly why I suggeted that you ask a liberal that you may know before you
>accuse the majority of liberals of wanting to do such a thing. There is a huge
>difference between:
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>        someone, perhaps misinformed as Katy suggested, doing what
>        they feel they must to uphold the law
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>                        and
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>        the overall liberal consensus on doing such a thing.
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>In other words...don't characterize liberal based on events like these. Before
>you do, as I suggested, actually talk face to face with liberals and see how
>they would respond in such a scenario. I think this is totally fair.
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>Dennis Putnam writes:
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>Please clear this up for me. I'm having a problem understanding how one could
>not be PERSUADED by LAW.
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>Miles
 
I don't know if I'm a poor communicator or if you are dense. This is a
non-sequitor. I said a Christian will try to persuade WITHOUT the force
of law. Whether one can be 'PERSUADED by LAW' is irrelevent. It is the
liberal mentality that wants to persuade with force of law.
 
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Dennis Putnam
Huntsville, AL



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