This nation can provide religious freedoms to Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims and Satanists, but the very moment Christians get a leg up on the competition… all hell breaks loose and people get sue crazy! Case in point: the following story…
Now, the ire of atheists are zeroed in (wait for it) the President of the United States and the subject of the law suit is on (yeah, again) the National Day of Prayer.
The nitwits in question – the Freedom of Religion Foundation – filed suit recently claiming the president’s call to Americans to pray “violates the constitutional ban on government officials promoting religion.”
The lawsuit says the Day of Prayer creates a “hostile environment for non-believers who are made to feel as if they are political outsiders.”
Aw, well, b-o-o h-o-o. Let me get you a tissue. The hatred of the ACLU, ultra mind-warping liberals and… oh yeah… HOLLYWOOD has its own mission to make Christians feel like the bastard children at a family reunion, but you don’t hear us screaming and wailing for mommy, do you? Of course not, because we are used to taking our lumps. Why can’t you?
Besides, since when does prayer constituted religion? I thought it just promoted faith.
All of the aforementioned religions use prayer to communicate with their God, so why not sue them? Go after the Buddhists for their mala beads. Swipe the prayer rug right out from under those pesky Muslims. Codify the mantra from those cow-lovin’ Hindus. And as for those Satanists and their prayers? Well, I’m sure there is a coven up to something illegal you can muster up on a legal writ pad.
Until then, I’ll be using my national day of prayer believing your law suit ends up with as much mud on its face as some of those trophy wives in their high-tone spas.