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@Hogwash -- I would say its not so much entitlement to attend the church of their choice. They are entitled to do that. They aren't entitled to treat other people badly to do it.

It's not just what we "think" people feel. I've heard people say it in meetings. I've seen it said in neighborhood listservs. I've had it said to me when I ask them to move their car so I can get mine out.

I don't know how to describe an argument that comes down to "this church has been here forever, and we'll park where ever we want" besides entitled.

by Kate W. on Dec 5, 2012 3:56 pm • linkreport

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