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Monday, November 10, 2008

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Jackson

Disappointing.

A few nights ago, I had the pleasure of navigating my way through the barbarians on Santa Monica Blvd., in front of the Mormon Temple, stomping their feet, beating their drums, screaming, and all the rest of it. An exquisite display of "tolerance," "open-mindedness," and all the rest of it.

I'm convinced that many of these protesters are actually more interested in the attention they get from protesting than in the actual cause. The 8 helicopters flying overhead, along with all the news vans and reporters crawling on the street must bring them quite a rush. Of course the media happily gives them the attention.

Dan Deeny

Isn't Gov. Schwarzenegger a Catholic, i.e. a practicing Catholic? If not, there is no problem. We can amicably disagree. If he is a practicing Catholic, then we have a problem.

Sandra Miesel

"The way we are doing it in California" refers to $3 billion available in state grants to fund stem cell research. Alas, it's only for ESC. Adult stem cell researchers are barred from the largesse.

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