Dec 15, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger
A proposal that would repeal Florida's ban on public funding of churches and other religious organizations is off the November 2012 ballot, at least temporarily.
NO to any taxpayer support of religious organizations. Religion is a commercial enterprise depending on after-tax money donated from it's customers and should NOT be supported by unwilling taxpayers.
I will vote NO no matter how much manure covers it on the ballot!
After the KKK's abduction, beating and castration of the WWI veteran Catholic priest and University of Florida Alumnus who founded the Catholic student center in Gainesville Florida, the state of Florida public schools superintendent prohibitted all public schools in Florida from allowing Catholic priests to teach at Florida public schools.
Earlier, an anti-Catholic state of Florida Attorney General unilaterally stated that if Catholic nuns were teaching in a public school it was not a public school.
Catholic Bishops, Priests and Nuns are the only religous leaders prohibitted from teaching in Florida public schools and public universities. Indeed, Rabbis, Unitarian, Freemason, and Protestant religious leaders do currently teach in Florida's public schools and Universities.
The unequal treatment of Catholic Bishops, Priests, and nuns is a clear violation of U.S. Treaty.
11th generation Catholic Veteran
“Tell the truth, then run”
Since: Mar 11
Catholics teaching kids? Bad idea. Nothing good can come out of leaving kids alone with catholic priests.
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