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Rick Santorum on Sunday took on separation of church and state. "I don't believe in an America where the separation of church and state are absolute," he told 'This Week' host George Stephanopoulos. "The idea that the church can have no influence or no involvement in the operation of the state is absolutely antithetical to the objectives and vision of our country...to say that people of faith have no role in the public square? You bet that makes me want to throw up." The GOP candidate was responding to comments he made last October. He had said that he "almost threw up" after reading JFK's 1960 speech in which he declared his commitment to the separation of church and state.
promethius50 promethius50 46-50, M 2 Answers Feb 28, 2012

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That's not what the Separation of church and state is about anyway. It is strictly intended to indicate that the Government can not dictate a specific religion. Like The Tudors did in England when they quit the pope and catholic church to have the Church of England to wit the King was the final say in all religious issues. All the other crap people try to bring into it is completely false. Thomas Jefferson wrote a book about the issue after his presidency as to why he insisted it was in the Constitution.

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