Court remains hostile to God.
I agree with Chief Justice William Rehnquist when he said that the majority's ruling on public prayer "bristles with hostility to all things religious in public life," and then the majority turns around and lifts the ban on partial birth abortions.
The majority said that a woman has every right to have her baby slaughtered with no regard of the baby's right to live. Today we have a court of judges, not elected by the people, who purposely forget what the Constitution actually says.
Now the anti-Christian Liars Union is trying to take God out of the pledge of allegiance. Jay Sekulow, who represents the center of law and justice, is arguing the case before the Supreme Court early this spring.
The court takes away not only state's rights, but also the rights of individuals, just by the stroke of the pen. That is a sad day for America. I think that we are moving into a state of social, intellectual and moral decline. We are in a life and death struggle for the hearts and minds of the next generation, if there is to be one.
Spiritual matters are not in our vocabulary any more because of the humiliation given us by the elite, Hollywood, A.C.L.U., and now the Supreme Court. We could become a terminal generation, not surviving another millennium, simply because of the rejection of the grace, and discipline of prayer, and God, in our lives.
A writer once stated, "Tolerance is the virtue of people who do not believe in anything." When we become so accommodating of evil that we neither recognize nor oppose it, our moral collapse is imminent.
Spud Henry, Payson