Thursday, September 25, 2008

According to the Christian Newswire:
Virginia Governor Tim Kaine is defending why his administration forced the sudden resignation of five Virginia State Police Chaplains because they prayed publicly "in Jesus' name." Police Superintendent Col. W. Steven Flaherty single-handedly created then enforced a strict "non-sectarian" prayer policy at all public gatherings, censoring and excluding Christian prayers, then accepted the resignation of five chaplains who refused to deny Jesus or violate their conscience by watering down their prayers.

Strange. Somehow I missed the news about the First Amendment being repealed. Some on the Left seem to want to redefine the first Amendment to mean that your freedom of speech ends when you leave your home or place of worship.

If you think this is bad, just wait until Barack Obama becomes President and appoints people to the Supreme Court who think the Constitution is a living, breathing document that should be interpreted according to the Left's current standards of political correctness!

1 comment:

Alcamadus said...

Christianity seems to be on the edge of becoming religio illicita in America. Maybe Barack Obama will bring about another age of Domitian. All thsoe who are Christians will be taken to court, asked to deny their faith, and if not they will be thrown into the lions den at the local Zoo.