"Legal documents in the case show the school's Web site advertised a Christian group called Praying Parents, a practice the school has since discontinued.
The suit also alleges that the Praying Parents were allowed to leave prayer messages with students. It asks the court to stop the activities and prevent the school from supporting them in the future"
And you think MY TAXES should support YOUR Christian groups? Go to H*LL. Or, better yet, send your kid to a private religious school. The doctrine of separation of church and state has kept this country free of religious bigotry. How would you like to live in Syria? There is someone in I.S. who was forced to leave her home country, Syria, because of her Christian faith. You do not know what is good for you. Move to Syria and then tell me that the ACLU sucks, if you are still alive. Religion is a personal matter and should be kept personal. Maybe you would like to join the lunatic fringe of the Church of the Latter Day Saints and have a million wives and disown your sons. Wake up. If you want to have religion, do it with your own money. Geez. There are more horses asses in this world than there are horses.
There are more horses asses in this world than there are horses.
moreluck said:I hug women friends all the time
from the article Brazen linked said:According to the ACLU, administrators later told Laccone's father the shirt had upset a conservative instructor and interfered with her ability to teach.
Here's the "symbol" the girl had on her shirt:
Pretty scary stuff eh?
And you think MY TAXES should support YOUR Christian groups? Go to H*LL. Or, better yet, send your kid to a private religious school. The doctrine of separation of church and state has kept this country free of religious bigotry. How would you like to live in Syria?
Repubs hate the ACLU for everything under the sun except defending Rush Limbaugh. I am not happy with the ACLU for fighting laws in towns that require employers to hire Americans.
But you know what? Apparently they are the only non partisan organization that believes in the bill of rights.
The Constitution is the only thing they follow. Not a political philosophy or public polls. I might not always agree with them but the only side they take is the Constitutions.
They follow the constitution? Oh really? That is funny because I've been looking over the Constitution to try and find exactly where it says that there is to be a "seperation of church and state" and I still haven't found it.