Entertainment- Court Rules Harry Potter Can Stay
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#1 May 29, 2007
Whatever happened to just telling your kid what he or she is not going to bring home to read?
Because she does not want her child to read the books, she will have them removed from everyone else's children.
Maybe we should sue HER.
#2 May 30, 2007
If the book sparks a interest in a child so that the child reads - what's the issue? It's good against evil - it's fiction - those parents need to get a life. We need GOD in ALL walks of life - they say we need to separate church and state - how about the fact that if you have to te4stify in court you have to raise your right hand and put your left on the Bible but the court building can't display the Ten Commandments?? We need to re-learn the words compassion, forgivness and mind our own business unless someone or something needs our help. We have so much unfairness, evil and hate in this world we need something that takes us away to an imaginary place sometimes.
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