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School: Coaches Can't Bow During Prayer

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Unreal. TN School District Tells Coaches Not to Bow Heads During Prayer

Now they’re telling us that we can’t bow our heads. Football coaches in Sumner County, Tennessee, are in trouble for bowing their heads during a student-led prayer.
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Clinton said...

I'd love to see three things happen:

1) At the next game the players form a huddle
around the coaches during the prayer, so that
it is impossible for anyone to see the coaches'
heads bow.
2) The voters of that school district remember
to vote their current school district out of office.
3) The ACLU is sued for conspiring to deprive
citizens of their free exercise of religion.

OK, so three out of three ain't happening. But
two out of three would be great!

Mack Hall, HSG said...

What I'd like to see is less posturing and more voting. People complain, but they don't vote: only about 50% of the electorate turn out for presidential elections; school board elections are determined by extended families.

And do those folks who want prayers at feetball matches actually show up at Mass on Sunday morning?

Mary De Voe said...

Unless the ACLU and the atheists are willing to lay down their lives and die for the dying people who are citizens, to take their places on their deathbeds, the ACLU and the atheists have no authentic sovereignty to override the dying persons' last will and testament of their lives to invoke the mercy and the Divine Providence of almighty God. The ACLU and the atheists need to remain in reverent silence in the presence of the practice of freedom in America on the issue of petitioning almighty God for Divine Providence.

Mary De Voe said...

I demand to see and to be made to know where the Supreme Court for the United States of America criminalized the acknowledgement of the Person of God.
“Go pray in your own room in silence” is a violation of the sovereign personhood of each and every person. It is the individual citizen’s freedom to petition Divine Providence for grace and blessing for our immortal soul. Since the soul of our government is mortal and is constituted by each and every person, any change in government must be ratified by the will of the people.
Government has no will except the will of the people. Government has no vote except as individuals. Each member of government has ONE vote. Therefore, any petition for redress by any body of government or individual is subject to the ratification by the states and their citizens.

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