You're giving unduly exclusive focus to only one example of the current all-out assault on Chritian America... that of the Pledge of Allegiance.
This editorial is about much more than that. Read it again, more slowly if necessary.
posted on 10/16/2003 9:00:14 AM PDT
No, I'm addressing the complete invalidity of one of your examples.
As far as an 'all-out assault' on Christian America goes...well, I'm still unable to buy any form of alcohol on Sunday due to Christian laws on the books in my state. As a responsible adult, I consider this religious Blue law to be an affront on individual maturity. Why Christians are allowed to impose their ideas of morality on what they feel I can and cannot do on a Sunday is exactly the same type of law system found in Saudi Arabia.
Is that what you want? A theocracy?
Last I checked, no Christian's right to worship in a church has been prohibited. Until that happens, I don't care about this pseudo "assault".
I'm glad your article at least didn't mention incorrectly anything about prayer in schools, since no school student is forbidden from quietly praying to themselves. Good job!
posted on 10/16/2003 10:34:27 AM PDT
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