Schools: ACLU scrutinizes role of religion in district
Despite conducting two prayers at the start of its meeting this week, the Georgetown County Board of Education is concerned about a request from the ACLU for documents that will show whether the school district adheres to the constitutional separation of church and state.
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#1 Sep 10, 2012
I think it is a sad day when we allow people to take our right to pray when they push their values on us and they expct us to live by theirs.
#2 Sep 12, 2012
You are misinformed.
*You* have the right to pray. No one is taking that away from you. In fact, the ACLU regularly fights to preserve this right.
You do *not* have the right to have a public school endorse your prayer.
This is an important difference that you do not seem to recognize.
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