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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Lou Ann Zelenik
"Religious toleration is the bedrock of our freedom, but no nation is required to extend toleration to religions that preach against public order and safety," she said. "The two professional politicians in this race are either completely out of touch with our community or too worried about [political] correctness to care."
"Religious toleration is the bedrock of our freedom, but no nation is required to extend toleration to religions that preach against public order and safety," Republican House candidate Lou Ann Zelenik said.