Man cannot live by bread alone. The cookies, pastry and things in general at the Clerk's party made me appreciate the golden rule!
Quick Barry, become an ACLU lawyer and you could have a field day.
Were you forced to convert to Christianity?
People will throw the "church vs state" rule out the window if there is food involved.
Get a clue Barry about your statement
Barry them are $250,000 floors, that finish looks superb for 200 plus years.
so Barry, as you sat and pondered the horrible-ness of lack of seperation....how were those deviled eggs? Did ya "hop" on over and try the cookies? Yummy church in the state.
The Court House is a public building paid for by taxpayers. Easter is a religious - specifically Christian - celebration. Jews, Muslims, Buddhists and non-religious folks who pay taxes shouldn't have to support this singularly religious event. They may hold their party, on their own time, at their home or their church - but not in our public buildings.
Holy separation of a blog and literacy! Don't you mean you 'wandered' down? Maybe you did wonder down, walking in a stupor. Those trials sure are hard on a person.
And God said...." This is my son risen from the dead..... are those bunny cookies?"
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
If a preacher screws a Senator and uses a condom then there is seperation between church and state!
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