I bet the pols tried to get in the game for free.
They probably charged for overtime. Travel expenses.
Such ignorant fools they are. Prayer Demonstrations are
just that....Demonstrations. Demonstrations in front of
a captive audience. Demonstrations usually promoted by
one particular religion. That same religion that teaches
kids to break the law, abuse women rights and distrust
science. A Demonstration for power and influence. There is only one religious group that is constantly trying to
prosyletize school kids. The Fundamentalists. Usually Baptist in the South.
QUOTE Bro_Tim--"God has been removed from most "Christian Homes" and replaced with MTV, ESPN, HBO, etc, etc... "
You need to stop peeking in others' windows.
You have to wonder how these school board members manage
to tie their shoes. How could any adult not know that allowing proselytizing in public schools violates state and federal laws? They sure know how to play that ignorance card.
Preachers should never be allowed to serve on a public school board. Conflict of interest big time. Wonder if his church sponsors a Xian school.
The parents should hire a good Jewish lawyer.
Wonder what they will do with their own church?
The first reason for not calling 911 is the driver was
under the influence.
The second reason would be his god told him not to.
This isn't about the freedom to pray. This is about
religions demonstrating. Not praying. Anyone can pray
at any time. I don't need to hear your prayers. You are not
praying to me.
Most likely these ballgame prayers are just the tip of the
iceberg. What do you want to bet you will find a ton of
religious fliers, wall posters and teachers teaching their students to distrust science in all of the schools in this area? Very likely.
The students and parents need to insist that their schools obey the law and set good citizenship examples.