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Old 09-18-2012, 11:36 AM
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Default Re: High Ranking DOJ Official Refuses to Affirm 1st Amendment Rights

Originally Posted by AZRWinger View Post
The fact is religion does have special status per the First amendment.
It does grant "special status".
But NOT to violate the law.

And actually, your comment is a thorough non-sequitur to the actual "question" on the table.

Originally Posted by AZRWinger View Post
While the judiciary has sought to pervert the plain text into freedom from religion where the sensitivities of the atheists are paramount, the fact is that's not the Constitution.
Freedom of religion obviously includes being free from religion.
One cannot claim to have freedom of religion if the government enforces people to follow religious mandates. It's as simple as that.
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