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Location: Stillwater, Oklahoma
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Only about 28.65% of Republicans are Southern Baptists.

(I took the number of Southern Baptists from Wikipedia, and the percentage of Southern Baptists who are Republican (63%) from Pew, and the number of Republicans from the University of Virginia Center for Politics)
Members of other conservative religions would support a Christian Theocracy.
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Location: San Diego
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So it's being mentally ill to help poor people? OR is it mentally hell toIs that what you call helping the poor? use the government to help poor people?
The Church has been doing this forever. Voluntarily. Do you understand what that means?
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