But, if what he said offended you or anyone else, I don't know why saying sorry would clear that up. He still believes what he said, so the reason for the offense is still there.
And if a governor is not allowed to speak about his religious views inside a church, then what does the seperation of church and state mean? I am really curious as to what you all think, because obviously it means something different to many of you than it does me. I have searched and searched but have found nothing to say that an elected official isn't allowed to speak freely about their religion in church. So please, someone show me.
I was not offended at all. I just think he was very stupid to make such a comment as the Governor of the State of Alabama. I know he realizes it and will most likely not make the same mistake again. I respect him for being able to admit his mistake. He will be a better man from this.
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Just an FYI quinn, when I say I am surprised you are not smart enough to do x, it is a sign that I find you to be a fairly intelligent person so it surprises me you do not understand x. It actually points out that I think reasonably highly of your intelligence. Have a good day bud.
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