Well, justice and common sense do seem to exist.
One of three Florida school officials accused of violating a court order forbidding prayer in school has been exonerated.
Santa Rosa County School District clerical assistant Michelle Winkler has had her day and court and has come out victorious. Winkler was accused of violating a court order that banned school officials from participating in religious activities on campus before, during, and after school hours when she asked her husband who is not employed by the school district to offer prayer at an event.
Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver seems surprised why the matter even made it to court.
"And in fact in this case, Michelle Winkler was at an event after school at a Naval facility, off site, that was privately sponsored," he explains.
Staver, whose firm represented Winkler, says the American Civil Liberties Union told the media going into the hearing that they had a rock-solid case. But after seven-and-a-half hours, the judge found that Winkler was not in violation of the court order -- and that the court order was vague and did not specify as to what constituted a school-sponsored religious activity. As the Christian attorney puts it: "The wheels came off the ACLU's steamroller." Two other school officials facing similar charges – principal Frank Lay and athletic director Robert Freeman – are scheduled to have their day in court on September 17. Staver says the plan of action is to get these charges dropped as well and then go after the court order itself.
If I were the judge tasked with hearing this case the ACLU (Anti-Chirstian Lawyers Union -Jihad With a Law Degree) has brought against the athletic director and the principal down in Florida, the first thing I would do is take off my robe, stand the ACLU lawyers up in the middle of the courtroom and commence a bitch-slapping session that would last until my arm was tired. I would then turn over the bitch-slapping to any interested party or parties.
I would then rule that the plantiffs and their lawyers must write 1,000,000 times, in long-hand, the following:
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech..." failure to do so will result in contempt charges and jail time.
It's time we put a stop to this crap. If your spiritual belief system does not involve sacrificing virgins or killing non-believers, you should be free to practise that belief system anywhere, anytime without interference from a bunch of over-paid, over-dressed, bottom-feeding lawyers with nothing better to do than harass citizens exercising their 1st Amendment rights.
There is NO, ZERO, ZIP, NADA law against praying. None. The so-called "seperation clause" was created out of thin air by self-proclaimed communists, for the express purpose of removing Judeo-Christian beliefs from public view.
And you ignorant, non-believing libtards, before you post a comment, be warned, I will ban anyone who even attempts to defend the ACLU. There wil be NO discussion on this post.
This is not open for debate.