Scientology Wedding to Finalize Katie Holmes Brainwashing

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If you thought the Scientology way of giving birth (no speaking!), you won't believe what those freaks do at weddings.

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    Has anyone else heard that Tom Cruise, in effect, paid Katie's parents to enlist their "support" of the TomKat union? Well, if not their support, then at least their silence?

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    Sorry, I must tag this article as bigotry.

    The writer is simply allowing emotions to run away with decency. Apparently, tolerance is limited to topics that make up one's peer group.

    I first read the entirety of the Scientology wedding ceremony -- many Scientologists use it, others do not; we did not -- years ago. It was so beautiful in its simple poetry that I sat on a park bench with tears running down my cheeks.

    It's sad that prejudice, and hungrily believing hate-speech, can so encyst one's feelings that the writer cannot see, and no longer feel, the simple beauty in that ceremony of mutual commitment.

    As to the author's feminist concerns, s/he neglects to tell readers that the ceremony was written half a century ago in the parlance and customs prevalent in the United States at that time.




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