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May 20, 2011


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susan jost

well said! bless you. susan jost


There shouldn't be a prayer period. Separation of Church and State. If they want to have a prayer they should do it outside the legislature, outside the chamber, and then when they enter the chamber, do their business. The prayer automatically excludes everyone who does not hold supernatural beliefs in some higher power. The prayer automatically elevates the supernatural over the rational, and promotes the idea of religion over non-religion. Removal of the opening prayer would be the best solution.


Cheap swipe at community college educators.

Bluestem says: Not really: i was one myself.

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