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Posted at 11:51 AM ET, 12/ 9/2010

Jim Moran on why Congress will continue to fund the arts, even controversial exhibits

By Washington Post Editors

Congressman Jim Moran (D-Va) talks to Georgetown University's Jacques Berlinerblau about religion and the arts. He weighs in on Jesus' embrace of the suffering as depicted in the controversial Hide/Seek exhibit at the National Portrait Galleries and why Congress will continue to fund the arts.

"We need discussion, not censorship," Moran says in an interview for The Post's On Faith site.

To see the full "The God Vote" video, click here.

By Washington Post Editors  | December 9, 2010; 11:51 AM ET
 
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The nation is broke and Moran still thinks we need to spend money on things like this. Makes one question the wisdom of those who voted for him. Also make on wonder if there isn't a spelling error in his last name.

Posted by: jonweiss1 | December 11, 2010 1:28 PM | Report abuse

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