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Published: Tuesday, March 20 2012 10:40 a.m. MDT

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Ranch
Here, UT

Religious bigotry exists. If there is a war on religion, it is the religious conducting that war on every other religion that isn't like their own.

JoeBlow
Miami Area, Fl

If sports, or any other activity for that matter, was required to accommodate every religions objections, there would never be any.

From the article, it would preclude playing from Friday evening until Monday morning.

And that is just for the Jewish and Christian religions.

Heck, how many LDS would rather not schedule games on Monday night?

I am convinced that we could preclude playing any day if we canvas every religion.

In the end, we really dont want all religions accommodated. Just ours.

Oatmeal
Woods Cross, UT

And I thought it was the secularists who were waging the culture war. Now we learn that it is the religionists?

annie
Tomball, TX

They only wanted the game moved a couple of hours to before sundown. The questionnaire was disgusting. Bigotry is alive and well in Texas.

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