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04/04/2012

Holy week in Maryland: Hide the eggs, not the naked politicking

by Jeremy Hooper

These kinds of messages are running in many (most?) Catholic church bulletins across the state of Maryland:

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But that's not all. I also hear that this year, the common Easter exclamation will be altered so that it reads: "He is Risen -- but does he have his voter registration card?"

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