Friday, October 10, 2003

am i the only one who finds it intrusive to have someone else's religion crammed down my throat?
why is it that some christians can't be happy with confining their religious beliefs to their churches, homes, cars, television, "inspirational" coffee mugs, t-shirts, the pledge of allegiance and money?
Apparently, after a fine group of people in alabama set the pace it's become all the rage to get the ten commandments hung in our nation's courthouses.

Ten Commandments rally in Clarkesville

I guess I don't understand what's so hard to grasp about the separation of church and state. I mean, if your faith is that much of a security blanket for you that you can't even enter a public building unless the lord is represented then wear a ten commandments t-shirt. That way you can insure that his word will also be prominent in fast food resturaunts, liquor stores, walmart, or anywhere else you find yourself wondering why there's only one set of footprints. Just stop trying to force me to respect your rights in ways that trample all over mine.

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