Newsgroups: sac.politics, misc.survivalism, alt.atheism, alt.religion.christian, tx.politics
From: Dakota <ma...@NOSPAMmail.com>
Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2012 22:27:13 -0500
Local: Thurs, Oct 25 2012 11:27 pm
Subject: Re: Texas judge rules for cheerleaders in Bible banner verse suit
On 10/25/2012 12:36 PM, L. Raymond wrote:
> Dakota wrote:>
>> On 10/25/2012 12:58 AM, Sanders Kaufman wrote:
>>>> When this began making the local news a few weeks ago, that was my
>>> But no Muslim did that.
>> He wasn't attacking Muslims. He was drawing attention to the
> She, please.
Sorry. I wasn't able to deduce your gender from your posting name.>
> And you're right, of course. Some years back when the
> Austin city council was going to OK pre-meeting prayers from local
> religious types, the idea was dropped when some Wiccans signed up to do
> it. I have the horrible misfortune to be represented in the state
> senate by nasty, woman-hating, constitution violating scumbag who has
> droned on and on about religious freedom and the respect we own True
> Believers, who also walked out when an imam gave the daily invocation
> because he doesn't have to put up with that sort of crap:
> "Afterward, Patrick told reporters that he chose to
> He never explained what he thinks either "tolerate" or "endorse" mean.
> The "Houston Chronicle" puts a bible verse on the editorial page every
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