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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Lazaro Cuesta
John Paul's decision to ignore the Santeros, Mr. Cuesta said, was a decision "to deny our national patrimony ... brought to us by men in chains who arrived as slaves in this country."
Yet as far as the Catholic Church is concerned, "we live in the basement, where nobody sees us," said Lazaro Cuesta, a Santero high priest with a strong grip and a penetrating gaze.