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Jeff Jacoby

Musings, random & otherwise

By Jeff Jacoby
Globe Columnist / January 17, 2007

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HE WAS A MAN of faith who didn't hesitate to mix religion with politics. He believed his moral values should be reflected in US law and legally imposed on those who resisted them. He invoked "God Almighty" in his speeches and compared himself to Moses, the prophet Amos, and other biblical heroes. He condemned public policies he opposed in overtly ... (Full article: 781 words)

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