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A little American Trivia. Who is considered the "Patron Saint Of America". Hint go back to beginning of our nation.

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    Carl, I have found that anyone from any religion considers those of other faiths infidel/heathen/gentile/pagan. It is just another tag that we have to put to people that we just don't understand. If you back far enough the Druids and Celts (pronounced kelts) were the first European Pagans. Strangely enough the Romans, who were polytheists themselves, put that tag on them.

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      Very true Ozark. My favorite was the identity of the "Wh0re of Babylon". The Catholic's said it was Pagan Rome and The Protestant's said it was the Catholic Pope. You have to love it. I try to take my Dad's advice. Mostly all religion teaches you to be a better person except with a few different dietary restrictions and different holiday's. He said better to associate with a person who practices his different religion. Than one of your own who does not.

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