Sunday, July 17, 2011

This lawsuit could impact the freedom of Christian politicians.

This is a slider -- it will be interesting to see how the courts rule on this one for a potential GOP candidate in next year's election. It's all about his right to attend a prayer rally. The suing group says he can't do that as governor because it makes atheists "political outsiders".   Unbelievable.  But yes, why not?  Why not clog the courts with these types of lawsuits?   Of course, let's have every court in the land get on the bandwagon of being "anti-God".   Then what have we gained?   Nothing.  God's existence is not dependent on the whims of prosecutors or judges.    Take a look though at what a decision against the Governor of Texas could mean.   It means that Christian politicians will have no right to attend anything religious -- maybe they'll even stop them from going to church as long as they're public servants.  

Group sues Texas governor for 'unconstitutional' participation in prayer rally – CNN Belief Blog - CNN.com Blogs



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