Well, well, well, here it is, Easter Sunday, the holiest of holy days of the Christian, the day the cosmic Jewish zombie got better, and here is our construction equipment sales, family man, father of the year, husband of the decade, uberChristian, the man with all the answers, Johnny Context, whiskey-swilling Marlboro man hanging out in his Cheetos-stained tighty-whities on Topix, ignoring his Jesus, his job, his wife, his kids, and his humanity to be a dick online, all the time.<quoted text>
I saw that, they're wrong. There is nothing in the U.S. Constitution preventing a government employee from praying or inciting a prayer.
Did you read any of the militant atheist comments at the bottom?
"The only difference between a mandatory moment of silence in a school and mandatory applause for Kim Jong Il in North Korea is who is being idolized."
"Its just a way to back door prayers and shouldnt be allowed."
Ya, "shouldnt be allowed." he said.....