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Subject: Re: Fundies to take over South Carolina? Date: 5/26/2004 11:49 AM
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What sort of government would it be?

My guess is it would most closely resemble the goverment of to New Hampshire since that is where this group plans to move.

Which is the state goverment that denied IIRC denied a young women in her twenties SSDI(despite the fact that she had been working, and paying Social Security taxes since she was 16) after she was in a car accident and suffered brain damage because, get this, it occured before she turned 22 - and under state law any mental conditions arising before age 22 are considered developemental.

But hey, that's just a guess. I suppose for a real close look you would have to check out their website.

And than there was the group(I forget what their political/religious ideal was) that planned on building their own island utopia. I think it was called Pacifica?
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