Separation of Church and State

The U.S. Government seems to think that eliminating church from government grounds is separating Church and State. They are seriously mistaken. If the Ten Commandments is on government grounds, they have no legal right to have it removed. That would cause infringement of government on religion. If they had the Ten Commandments removed from government grounds, they are required to have them put back. The only way that the government is allowed to remove that from government grounds is if they can show that the ruling to put the Ten Commandments on government grounds in the first place, was infringing on Separation of Church and State.
Further, the government, the courts, nor anyone else, can tell a student, teacher, government employee, voter, child, or anyone in this country, that they can’t include a prayer in their commencement speech or any other speech or conversation on any U.S. soil (including government grounds) as they will be infringing on your rights to religious freedom. Also, they can allow a moment of silence before meals, as long as they don’t specify which religion it is for, for people to say a prayer, before the meal (aloud or silently), as they did when I went to Air Force Basic Training.
Last but not least, the government (Obama specifically) cannot allow a religion of their choice, to do something on Government Property without allowing All religions to do the same.

More to come…

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