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Aug
10

Stand for Religious Freedom

As the debate over a proposed Islamic center in downtown New York City rages on, critics like Sarah Palin have settled on a new argument. Palin says she’s “all about religious freedom,” but those planning to build the center should just take their plans to exercise that freedom “down the road.”

Here’s what those fanning the flames of this so-called controversy just don’t get: People’s constitutional rights aren’t subject to Sarah Palin or anyone else deciding where they can be exercised and where they can’t.

Speak out now. Join the ACLU and the thousands of Americans who are saying “I Stand for Religious Freedom.”

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