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Violation of the 11th Commandment?

A complaint filed with the Alabama Republican Party contends that conservative Christian talk show host Kelly McGinley should not be on the GOP primary ballot for a state school board seat partly because she has criticized President Bush.

McGinley of Mobile says she has conservative views that differ from Bush's on certain issues and they should not disqualify her from being on the GOP ballot.

State GOP Chairman Marty Connors said Monday the party's candidate committee also will look into McGinley's support of the Constitution Party, a national political organization that has supported ousted Chief Justice Roy Moore.

Connors said McGinley has publicly stated that people should not vote for Bush, but instead should support the Constitution Party. -- Complaint challenges GOP candidate for state school board (AP via Al.com)