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Losing Our Religion

Leslie Brown

Enough, is enough!  We live in a society where some people are about as thin-skinned as a prepubescent girl. I swear, some people just LOOK for stuff to get upset about, or their pants in a bunch.

Holly Neece of Walton, Kentucky was fired from her job as a bank teller for oppressively telling customers, “Have a blessed day”. Seriously? You just can’t make this stuff up. More and more, “man’s law” is conflicting with God’s law. You cannot “walk the fence”. CHOOSE.

We have an administration that is more supportive of a religion that is O.K with the “lopping” off of heads, both repressing and mutilating women, and let’s just say taking goats and sheep out for “dinner and a movie” (forgetting the dinner and a movie, of course) than Christianity. Hey, SOMEBODY had to say it!

Let’s go “back to the definition” as my dad would say whenever a question would arise. Amendment I of the United States Constitution: 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 redress of grievances.

The Constitution was written at a time when the writers had on their minds, fleeing from a country that had a STATE religion. The Constitution was written foremost to keep the STATE out of religion, in a Sharia-law-sorta-way. It is now misinterpreted as “freedom FROM religion”. Do YOU read anything about that in the text?

I will not buy Obamacare, nor will I pay the fine. If you stand for nothing, you will fall for anything. If you’re not on a government “watch list” by now, you should be ashamed of yourself.

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