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UploadedFebruary 2, 2007
TakenJanuary 17, 2007
MakeEastman Kodak Company
ModelKODAK Z650 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
Exposure1/320 sec at f/3.2
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Focal Length15.6 mm
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It seems that under president Bush politics and religion have mixed and that is how I came up with Dirty Politics.

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  • Paul Lavallee

    Paul Lavallee gave props (21 Mar 2008):

    great photos, great words!

  • jessica horn

    jessica horn said (11 Jun 2008):

    like the message

  • Clemens Wetzel

    Clemens Wetzel said (12 Jun 2008):

    I really don't like when religion and faith is used for anything other than helping people, especially if to gain or maintain power! But it has been since day and night have been separated.
    Great shot with very nice colors!

  • Harrison Yager

    Harrison Yager gave props (1 Jul 2008):

    Amazing photo!

  • Harrison Yager

    Harrison Yager said (1 Jul 2008):

    But really, religion plays a big role in our politics. From the pilgrims to our founding fathers, right at the very beginning. And as for me, i don't want America to become a godless nation where only the money says "In God we trust."

  • Pete Peterson

    Pete Peterson (Deleted) said (28 Jul 2008):

    Separation of church and state its in the constitution. Religion and Democracy are two different things. America is suppose to be godless as far as government is concerned so the people are free to find there own faith. Look what happens when religion and politics become one and the same in countries like Lebanon with Hezbollah. Nice colors though.

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