RE: Mexican Immigration

From: Harvey Newstrom (
Date: Tue Aug 28 2001 - 10:32:27 MDT

Lee Corbin wrote,
> Pointing
> out that Mormons have some characteristics quite different from
> Cubans need not detract from the ability of individuals to rise
> above any such "determinism".

More faulty logic. "Cubans" are different than "Mormons"? "Cuban" is a
descriptor of race or nationality. "Mormon" is a descriptor of religion.
How are you comparing the two? What characteristics of a race or religion
make them different than a religion? This is like asking if green is louder
than three. They aren't in the same category. Maybe you could give me some
example differences between "Cubans" and "Mormons" that would help clear
this up. (You do realize that there are Cuban Mormons, don't you?) I'm not
sure how this kind of grouping and comparison is even possible, much less

Harvey Newstrom <> <>

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