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Letter: Fight the good fight.

Byline: W Oliver

A SENATE and a parliament work in Australia, but wouldn't in this country as it's church vs state here and state rules OK by bureaucracy. It's St Luther, Church of England, St Peter, Church of Rome and St Columba, a Celtic saint.

A mitre of empire-builders. It's England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland and Rome and 'Rock of Ages' let me hide myself in you and rock of Gibraltar. Rome and England, united we stand, divided we fall, so keep your backs to the wall and fight the good fight, poverty, ignorance and disease. Physician, heal thyself. St Paul, rock of ages, good and true, let me hide myself in you.

If you want to be remembered, be a borrower. If you want to be forgotten, be a lender.

W Oliver, L6
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jan 1, 2008
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