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Pro-environment doesn't always mean anti-Bush

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I enjoyed reading Pepper Trail’s essay on reality versus belief in the teaching of evolution debate, until he decided to assert his own liberal beliefs regarding the liberation of Iraq (HCN, 10/3/05: What's at stake in the evolution debate).

Don’t assume that just because many of your readers may oppose the president’s environmental policies that we are also part of the "Bush is Hitler" belief system.

Jerry Blake
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