An Ol' Broad's Ramblings
A federal lawsuit was filed Friday by the Americans United for Separation of Church and State to prevent a Texas school district from allowing prayer during graduation, according to FoxSanAntonio.com.
The suit was filed on behalf of Christa and Danny Schultz, who have two children in the Medina Valley Independent School District, including one graduating on June 4, according to the San Antonio Express.
The group wants the school district to remove a student-led invocation and benediction, but the school district says that the remarks do not violate any laws or school policy, according to the Express.
“Public schools can’t require students to take part in religious worship as the price of attending their graduation. This is settled law, and the district needs to stop resisting it,” the Rev. Barry Lynn, the group’s executive director, told the paper.
A ‘reverend’? Of what? And people just can’t understand why this country has gone to hell in a hand basket? There’s just ONE reason, right there. One of the most important reasons! Cutting God out of our children’s lives has turned them into what we have gotten stuck with in Washington, D.C. Selfish, totally self centered, rude, obnoxious, disrespectful children become a bunch of evil driven, power hungry, tyrants, most of which have NO clue what the First Amendment actually says, and means. The government is limited….NOT the people! A federal lawsuit DEFINITELY oversteps the bounds of those limitations. As for the so called ‘agnostic’ parents driving this bus….stop being tools!
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof;……