Mississippi Lawmakers Push for Prayer in Schools

Feb 5, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: MyEyeWitnessNews.com

Mississippi's top lawmakers are making a bold move to let students pray. A new bill before the state House is designed to promote prayer in school and make sure students can't be punished for bowing their heads.

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"SCHOOL PRAYER -- House Bill 1112 and Senate Bill 2633 designate school assemblies as "limited public forums" attempting to clear the way for students to pray before those gatherings. It also bans teachers from discriminating against religious viewpoints in academic work."

As soon as the Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Humanists, Free-thinkers, Non-believers, and even those despised Roman Catholics, etc., start demanding equal time in MS schools, it will be time to set back and watch the effects of those unintended consequences explode in their faces. LOL
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Yes, there are too many religions (317 in the US), so I guess the public schools will be busy being politically correct, not wanting to offend so called Christians. One of the fastest religions is the Jedi religion now sweeping Europe..Can you imagine a light-sabers in the hallway? Little Corporal, wanta-be governor, Phil Bryant struts around imposing his "religious" beliefs on everyone, and is putting the State of Mississippi deeper in the dark ages. Yes, unintended consequence will explode, but not without making our great state look STUPIDER.

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