Conn. is asked to denounce witchcraft executions
Descendants of some of the 11 people executed for witchcraft in mid-1600s Connecticut are hoping for a little magic of their own: that Gov.
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#1 Oct 6, 2012
Really? Look you whiners, there are millions of people who have ancestors that were aggrieved in some way. The state and federal governments can't soothe all you babies feelings. Grow up, man up, and get over it.
#2 Oct 9, 2012
It is their right to do so and besides I think it's time for people to realize the stupidity of religious bigots that seems to spreading like a plague in this country.
#3 Oct 9, 2012
So sorry bout your damn luck! Crap happens, live with it!
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