Obviously you have preconditioned ideas. Do you honestly think that I sympathize with people who do make these complaints? I don't. I understand why they feel that way, but that doesn't mean i am in agreement. It is entirely possible to comprehend the essence and the motivation of another person's views without advocating that view.<quoted text>I know your response is going to be further dodge, evade, lather, rinse, and repeat, but this statement is utter, unadulterated bullshit wrapped up in vague language. The right to display Nativity scenes has not been suppressed. You can display as many Nativity scenes as you want to. What you don't have is a right to use taxpayer money to do so. That has not been suppressed, that has been upheld all the way to the highest court in the land. Laws have meanings.
The right to voluntary prayer has not been suppressed. Prayer is unequivocally allowed in public schools. Period. It can just not be led by the schools. Students may pray together and even have church meetings in America's public schools, it just can not be led or sponsored by the school. This right has not been suppressed but has been upheld by the highest court in the land. Laws have meanings.
You completely and utterly fabricated those contentions, as Christians always do, and that makes you an unashamed, unabashed, unrepentant equivocator of the lowest common denominator. I already know what your response to this will be. Your dodge will be that you stated "some would complain", but, the fact is your statement stands as utter nonsense with or without that qualifier. You and your lies disgust me.
This is not dodging or deflecting. it's the truth. Go find another straw-man to stand up and then knock down. It's not getting anywhere with me.