Sunday, September 18, 2005

Are We A Nation Under God?

Cal Thomas asks the question, "Are we a nation under God? If so, where is the evidence?" Lots to think about there.

We have a Jimmy Carter appointed judge in California who has ruled that saying the pledge of allegiance is unconstitutional. This was a case brought about by an atheist, first on behalf of his daughter.That got struck down, so he found other parents to get involved. He thinks atheism is the standard by which we judge all things. In other words, one atheist got the courts to withdraw prayer from the schools. Now, one atheist has gotten one judge to declare the pledge of allegiance unconstitutional. What is coming next?

2 Comments:

Blair said...

You and I were on the same thought process this morning. The will of the people being dictated by a handful. it's sad and THAT'S what's unconstitutional if you ask me.

Barbara said...

Blair,

You are so right. Here we are, a free America (are we really?), and we let one or a few dictate to the thousands on thousands of us what's going to be law. It is upsetting, to say the least!