As the American public stumbles over itself trying to figur

e out who the "real" Christians are, who was "raised" Muslim and who is more beholden to whose God, the presidential candidates likely feel a sense of relief. They don't have to worry about explaining their stances on real issues of real importance.

Preoccupation with religion and whose God is best is a topic better left to the fundamentalist theocracies overseas. It should be left out of America, where freedom to worship as we choose is the whole reason

our ancestors landed here in the first place.

Let it be.

Gavin Wilde

Holladay