„Christians don't steal or lie, they don't get divorced or have abortions. If the Ten Commandments were followed by everyone we would be able to fire half the police force and in six months the prisons would be all half empty.“

—  John Hagee, "The Fish Gate" sermon (September 2, 2007)
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