>Bill brings up an interesting point.  Is it a good idea to work within a
party in order to >change it?  Presumably the answer is yes.  What if the
party currently supports every >charter violating thing in existence? 
Just where does one draw the line?


Well, we have to realize that this is a free country where people have
the right to pursue what makes them happy. We Mormons cannot dictate what
other people can't do. It's just not right. We can't force people to go
to heaven any more than we can force them not to do such and such.

I believe in freedom of choice, generally--but not in all cases. If  a
$%# person wants to &^% with a &^%$ person then we must allow it. It's
their choice. 

Paul O
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