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← Secular society upset by Judge Cherie decision

bethe123's Avatar Jump to comment 23 by bethe123

She can be accused of poor judgment.

Of course a judge can take a person's character into account, which is exactly what she did. The problem is she made an unbelievably bad error in equating "religious" to "good character". If she equates “religious” to “good”, as it appears she is doing, what does she equate “non-religious” to?

Fri, 05 Feb 2010 01:42:00 UTC | #438642