Anti-religion Sign Joins Nativity Scene, 'Holiday Tree' in Washington State Capitol
(from Fox News/AP)
OK, now this is a bit ridiculous. Day by day, America finds another way to throw herself quite violently, further and further from God.
Atheists from the Freedom From Religion Foundation have placed a sign with their opposing viewpoints next to the creche in the US Capitol. Sorry, folks, but that is just plain disrespectful and an insult!
Then to top it all off, the foundations co-president Dan Barker said "Our members want equal time," Barker said. "Not to muscle, not to coerce, but just to have a place at the table."
BUZZZZZ! Wrong answer Dan! You see, not only do you NOT get to sit at the Master's table, but you're not even fit to eat the scraps that fall from it. Not because I said so, Danny boy, but because you don't even believe in the Master, so you can't even believe in the table, let alone the scraps! You could if you believe. You already have the power and you've had it all the time, just click your Doc Martins together and repeat after me: "There's no place like Rome.....there's no place like Rome..."
The sign that's currently posted is a stand-in for the actual sign that was "delayed in shipping" (YAY GOD!) and the back of the sign is said to read "Keep State/Church Separate".
BUZZZZZ! Wrong answer again Danny! You see, there is NO mention of the separation of Church and State ANYWHERE in the Declaration of Independence or in the Constitution! (Fell asleep that day in history class, didja? No problem, stick with me and we'll get you all caught up!)
Separation of Church and State, while a good thing, only means that there can be no "State Religion" and no laws telling you what religion you can or cannot believe in and cannot prohibit you from worshiping as you wish, EVEN PUBLICLY. In fact, the First Amendment expressly PROHIBITS the United States Congress from making laws "respecting an establishment of religion" or that prohibit the free exercise of religion.
Nowhere in the Constitution or Declaration of Independence is there any mention of "separation of church and state". In fact the first mention of the CONCEPT of separation of church and state was in a letter written in 1802 by Thomas Jefferson to the Danbury Baptists and nothing more. Just a noble CONCEPT that has been twisted and wrecked by the Atheists/Socialists/Liberals. (ASOL's???)
Sorry, but modern legal interpretation is completely false; atheism is NOT a religion; it is the ABSENCE of religion. That's as ridiculous as saying there is such a thing as "dark". There is no such thing as "dark", there is only the ABSENCE of light! (Bonus, you get science class too!)
Since you believe in NOTHING, then that is exactly what you get to display beside all our Nativity scenes - NOTHING! Equal time and you didn't even know it. Problem solved! (Man, I am so good!)
Hey Dan, Have a beautiful and blessed Merry Christmas! I'll be attacking you with prayer and there's nothing you can do to stop me! Muahahaha.....
What do you all think of a Freedom From Atheists Foundation?