US Supreme Court: First Amendment is Only For Christians, Upholds State-Sponsored Prayer

US Supreme Court: First Amendment is Only For Christians, Upholds State-Sponsored Prayer (via Americans Against The Tea Party)

Welcome to the theocracy! Monday morning was a dark day for America. The Supreme Court set a frightening precedent in its finding that beginning legislative sessions with prayers does not violate the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.  As…



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  1. This country was founded on, fought a War over, freedom FROM religion. If you want to be religious, fine, you have the freedom to practice whatever religion you want within certain boundaries ( not human sacrifices, etc.) But this government, when founded, wanted to make sure religion and government were separate. No laws and no government business should be based on any religion. I have a right to live without someone controlling my life by their religion. This SCOTUS is the worst SCOTUS in history.

  2. The US Bill of Rights, namely the first ten amendments of the US Constitution, guarantees “freedom OF religion” not freedom FROM religion as you suggest. Further, the Constitution is silent on the influence of religion on government as per “In God we Trust”.

    • So you’ve got no problem when mobs from rival religions start fighting for control of our land – or do you secretly expect your favorite to come out on top?

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