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Monday, July 25, 2005

"Separation of Church and State"


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Originally uploaded by mnmus.
The two city seals depicted here are (L) Los Angeles before ACLU sticking its nose into Angelenos' business and (R) after. The city caved rather than face long, drawn-out legal action and now is saddled with American Indian religious symbols (New Mexican, at that) and the deletion of the crosses that symbolized the missions that founded the city (I'm surprised the ACLU let Los Angeles, "the angels," keep its name, since they were on a roll... Maybe next time)

"In Missouri, when fourth-grader Raymond Raines bowed his head in prayer before his lunch in the cafeteria of Waring Elementary School in St. Louis, his teacher allegedly ordered him out of his seat, in full view of other students present, and sent him to the principal’s office. After his third such prayer "offense," little Raymond was segregated from his classmates, ridiculed for his religious beliefs, and given one week's detention."WND, December 4, 2003


Not surprising to anyone who's actually read the Constitution and the Federalist papers, but "separation of church and state" not only do not appear in the Constitution or Bill of Rights, the Founders and Framers were in substantial agreement that the religious life of citizens could NOT be separated from their political and social life. Indeed, even modern Constitutional scholars with any integrity agree:


"There is simply no historical foundation for the proposition that the Framers intended to build the 'wall of separation' [between church and state]."—U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist


But the ACLU doesn't want all religion removed from the public arena. The ACLU would be satisfied to eliminate Christianity, as its precepts form the strongest bulwark against the ACLU's anti-western civilization agenda.

ACLU: Anti-Christian Licentiousness Union.

Join the Stop the ACLU Blogburst at: Stop the ACLU/Gribbit Online, and check out also the Stop the ACLU state by state sites beginning with Stop the ACLU Oklahoma (R'Vet's doing yeoman's work ramrodding that effort).

Update: fixed the typo in the title. Left all other errors untouched, of course. :-)
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