Should a Jewish kid be forced to say the Lord's Prayer in school simply because YOU want your kid to ?<quoted text>
You and your fellow non-believers seem to misunderstand the second part of the line concerning religion. "or prohibiting the free exercise thereof" You want restrictions placed on religion. Taking prayer out of schools is prohibiting free exercise. Taking nativity scenes out of public place is as well. And the list goes on.
But you and your freedom from religion Liberal cohorts are perfectly fine with using the Constitution to try and destroy that same document.
Should a Muslim kid ? Should a Buddist kid ?
Should your kid have to say a Muslim prayer in school because his teacher happens to be a Muslim ?
Your right to pray or to have your child pray is not infringed. You both are free to pray anytime you wish. It is forcing your prayers, and your nativity scenes and your beliefs on others and onto PUBLIC property that has been found unconstitutional. If you wish to have organized school prayer there are a great many, good Christian schools out there, but the public schools are called public for a reason.