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What will Kerry Do About Christian Persecution in China?

tjones113 Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 9:51 AM
As an Christian I am concerned with what happens to Christians in Red China, but i do not see anywaIwe can tell the Red Chinese what to do in their own country. Reverse the situation and would we let the Red chinese dictaste to us social policy. We need to try to fix America first and then be an example to the world.
Mick135 Wrote: Feb 23, 2013 2:22 PM
Very true. We should live our personal lives and project a national image that reflect our values. Unfortunately, our "leaders"--public servants?-- have their own agenda that in no way reflects the majority opinion in the U.S. Sad but true. Look at all the results of Margaret Sanger's efforts re: abortion, the wast/fraud/abuse in our political/economic environments... we don't reflect that "Shining city on a hill" so much.

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