January 22, 2009

Judge: Moment of Silence is Unconstitutional

Chicago, IL --A federal Judge has ruled that a moment of silence in Illinois Public schools is unconstitutional because it "is a subtle effort to force students at impressionable ages to contemplate religion."

Once again, a bozo in a black robe goes to an extreme because a single fanatic is somehow "offended" by silence!

I think maybe someone ought to teach this fanatical student, her Atheist father and the Judge a lesson in tolerance.

They appear to be intolerant bigots, suffering from some mental neurosis which demands they impose their childlike views on everyone else.

I think leaflets should be distributed showing photos of the fanatical student, and/or her public figure father warning their neighbors about the fanaticism and intolerance of these people. Same for the federal judge.

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