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Separation of Church and State Political Thinking Sunday, October 23, 2011 Natalie C. Ringer Rasmussen College
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Written Assignment 2 In the United States we have separation of church and state and when people in the government attempt to bring something up that is faced with a religious belief or some type of religious connotation the government does everything that they can to make sure that the religious lines are not crossed. If a political leader or someone in the government here in the United States begins to discuss religion they are committing political suicide because there are so many religions that make up our country it is just best to never side with any one set religious preference in the government. Even if you have your own beliefs you should keep them strictly to yourself or you will have people judging you on those beliefs. This type of shunning or resistance has been around since the beginning of a political structure and there is very little that can make this type of situation change because people are passionate about their beliefs.
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