Court system hands down anti-Christian rulings
Published: Monday, January 1, 2007 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Sunday, December 31, 2006 at 9:44 p.m.
Now, let me understand this. The First Amendment states that Congress shall make no laws regarding an establishment of religion, nor restrict the free exercise thereof.
Well if Congress didn't make the laws, who made all those laws against religion? Or to be more specific Christianity.
Now the second part of that sentence seems to be a little sticky for Ira Fischler (Dec. 26) and others. It states the freedom of religion shall not be restricted. It doesn't say only in our homes or in church. To me it means simply that if a child or a group of children want to pray in school they shall not be restricted from doing so.
Let's not forget that it wasn't Congress that started the anti-Christian movement, It was started by one atheist and an anti-Christian Supreme Court. Then other anti-Christian federal judges took the ball and ran with it. They totally ignored the First Amendment and made their own laws, something they have absolutely no right to do. But then it's plain to see they do not care about rights unless it favors them.
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