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To the extent that people aren't able to do that, people aren't able to worship freely is — you know — I think is a mistake." Bush arrived in Seoul on Tuesday night for a visit that has highlighted his close relationship with President Lee, a south shore elder care lawyers conservative elected only five months ago. Lee pointed out that they had already met three times and, despite protests that had weakened his young presidency, he expressed a desire for deep ties with the United States. When they first met Wednesday at the presidential Blue House here, both leaders made note of the demonstrations the night before. Lee noted the thousands of people who retirement living facilities in south dakota had rallied in favor of closer relations. "And, of course, behind those people, there were those who were sort of opposed," he went on, prompting laughter. "However, the number greer south carolina florist was minimal, sir." 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