While listening to talk radio today, I heard the host, who also happens to be a councilman, give a
Answer by Laura2U at 11:57 PM on Nov. 2, 2010
Answer by KelleyP77 at 9:08 AM on Nov. 3, 2010
Sporting event-it does not even say if its a public or private school. The full story and facts are your friend, but ignore them if you must just to make a point!
Are you privy to information the rest of us are not regarding this particular situation? If not, then maybe it is unwise to say others are ignoring the full story and facts when, in fact, they haven't even been presented. Now, if the school in question were a private school, it wouldn't even be an issue, so it's safe to make the educated assumption that this was indeed a public school he was talking about. Public school, including the sporting events they host, can not have faculty-led prayers.
Answer by KelleyP77 at 3:26 PM on Nov. 3, 2010
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Answer by Dark-N-Prego at 9:01 PM on Nov. 2, 2010
I hear you. it always seem to be an issue when praying is stopped in a "public" place, but no one stops to look at it from the other persons point of view. "if I'm not of that religion then why do I have to be subjected to it?" I guess if all non Christians kept quite and stayed hidden, and never expressed their beliefs, all others would just be fine with that. I say if you CAN'T represent ALL religions to be fare than none should be represented. how would they have felt if it was a Wiccan pray being broad-casted. the horror
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