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merh Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-03-05 02:09 PM
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107. Go back and study both men.
Their religions were why they took the stands they took on the civil rights issues of their generation.

Again, where do you find anything, anywhere that provide that Gandhi, MLK or any other civil rights leader from the 60 & 70 movement commented on, let alone recognized that gay rights and abortion were issues?

Stop confusing eras and don't try to put words in the mouths of dead men. I have no idea, and neither do you, what either man would have to say about gay rights or abortion. I may believe that they would have included the rights of gays in their efforts and they would have been pro-choice, but my desire to believe that does not make it a fact.

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