Thursday, May 19, 2005

The "wall of separation between church and state" is to protect religion from the state, not the state from religion

But facts never deter liberals from pursuing their agenda: ACLU asks jail for Tangipahoa school officials.

The "separation of church and state" is nowhere to be found in either the Declaration or the Constitution. It was a statement of reassurance by Thomas Jefferson to a group of pastors that the government would not interfere with their (and our) Constitutionally-guaranteed Freedom of Religion.

That enemies of American Liberty have been so successful in completely perverting the meaning of this "wall" is testament to America's ignorance of its Constitution and its lack of will for defending it.