It all began with Palin's comments in Louisville on Friday, April 16th. As expected, the libtards began screaming their collective heads off. The only problem is, the United States is a Christian nation. According to the CIA's 2007 estimates, 76% of Americans identify themselves as one of the main branches of Christianity. The rest of the world's major religions makes up around 4% of the population, with around 15% claiming no religion or no affiliation. We are a nation of Christians that allows all religions.
I can hear you now..."That's not what she meant and you know it!!" I know what you are thinking of. Problem is, what you think is not the truth. I will be fighting this one until the day I die. NOWHERE in the first amendment are the words 'separation of church and state'. Go ahead. Take a look. I'll wait.
See? The actual text is as follows: "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." So, as you can see, the only thing that the founders wanted to prevent was the United States either becoming a theocracy or promoting one religion over another. Which is why that the narrow minded ruling by a liberal, activist judge claiming that the national day of prayer is unconstitutional grinds my gears so much. The national day of prayer was not a command. There never was anyone saying who you had to pray to. The far left liberals could have prayed to Obama. Nobody would have cared. All it is is a call to the people to remember our religious foundations. It's these same anti-religious zealots that make such a stink every year at Christmas. What is so wrong about a city hall somewhere putting up a few Santa pictures? If you ask most Christians, Santa has as much to do with the real Christmas as a silly rabbit has to do with Easter.
Despite what the liberals may think and say, this is a nation of Christians founded by deeply religious Christians. Where we differ from other countries is that we allow anyone to worship however they wish. That also includes not worshiping at all. Show me a country on this planet where religious minorities have the protections and freedoms they enjoy here. You won't find one.