Monday, May 10, 2010

Seniors told they cannot pray before meals

Georgia Senior citizens were told they cannot pray before their meals.

Our religious liberty is being stripped away from us in the guise of "separation of church and state" which is not even in the Constitution!

This is only the latest in a long line of attacks by atheists and secularists against religion in America. The U.S. is looking more and more like like the former Soviet Union here all the time.

1 comment:

Kevin said...

The simple thing to do is just keep praying. Sr. Citizens Inc. is interpreting federal law. What are they going to do if people keep praying, keep some senior citizens from eating? Really... you're going to turn away a hungry old lady because she prays out loud, has prayed out loud there for quite some time?

The law itself cannot actually keep people from praying openly; it's a simple matter of freedom of speech.
So keep praying. Don't change.

The larger problem is that as we rely more and more on The Government we allow the law to be used as a weapon against freedom.

I am glad to see that the mayor supporting the freedoms of his constituents, but he's not necessary... the citizens should just keep praying.

We can all thank God that there are some people praying and who care about it, who have had a legacy of prayer in their families.