Steven Harris and Julie Smith, both seniors at LFO, made the shirts to show their support with Mrs. Reese's decision to ban the signs and support the law that separates church from state.
Way to go Steven & Julie!! Proud of you!!
28paws - Very well put!!
Oh believe me these cheerleaders were instructed when, where and what to write on these signs!!!
Check this out - This is a story about real Christian Cheerleaders! And they don't have to hold up signs to prove it.
This is a story about Christian Cheerleaders!!!
Way to go girls, you are good friends! Congrats Anna!
PROUD - That it the whole point, you think if I support the federal law, and our right to have different religous beliefs then I am a non believer! That is just NOT true! Don't assume! And if my child is participating at a school event, I have every right to be at that game!
This is not about poor cheerleaders having their signs taken away, it is about control! And self righteousness!
These are the same poeple that oppose dressing up for halloween in school. It is just a fun day for kids, but some people said that it has to do with witches and devils so it has been removed from school. You can't have it both ways!!