Saturday, April 18, 2015
"Shall Make NO LAW"
In The Constitution It Says, “Congress shall make NO LAW respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof.” NO LAW! What part of “NO LAW” do you not understand, atheists? I really get tired of certain atheists objecting to ANY visual or verbal or written expression if our religious rights. It must really disytress them to see all the depictions of God's "Ten Commandments" on the edifice of the Supreme Court. I'm not real big on organized religion, but what today's atheists do IS “making a law” regarding the establishment of a religion, or NOT. The laws they seek to make PROHIBIT the free exercise of religion anywhere NEAR a government institution, at any time. No matter how tenuous that connection may be. The law did NOT say “there shall be no reference to religion ANYWHERE, in ANY WAY in ANY government establishment. It said government cannot ESTABLISH a religion, nor PROHIBIT it's free exercise. Therefore, atheism, BEING a religion itself, should not be seen in religion, according to their own beliefs. No law means no law. Not A law to keep religion OUT of government. It says, “no law,” not 'no religion.” It was put there so Americans could practice ANY religion they wished, free of government edict or interference. Not to keep the government from itself PRACTICING a religion. No more. It is NOT there to keep atheists from being “offended.” At least,. That's what they want us to think. (Wikipedia)