Discuss Leagle's answer to: Separation Of Church And State: For or Against?

Santorum also on Sunday told Meet The Press host David Gregory that separation of church and state was "not the founders' vision." What do you think of separation of Church and State?

Why do atheists automatically make the most ridiculous defaults imaginable, particularly considering the fact that they are always completely wrong?

I fully realize that there is no hope whatsoever to educate atheists: they are settled into utter dogma that only makes them laughable and repetitive, but that is what happens when losers join a cult that never made sense at all.

The First Amendment forbids Congress to make any law regarding an establishment of religion but under NO condition places ANY separation between Church and State.  Without good religions and moral instruction then we degenerate back to the primitive state and that means atheists would be the first eliminated because they are the least desirable persons.

Atheists have always tried to stuff atheism down our throats which shows the sheer immorality of this lackluster criminal gang.

That does not make atheism desirable: it makes atheist violence against Churches, Synagogues, and Temples, a Class-A felony.  That is as it should be, and that is how it is.

Perhaps it is time to invoke Christian Voir Dire procedures to show atheists how wrong they are, and why their bunch is unwelcome anywhere they go.  Judges routinely ask potential jurors about their religion because it shows how they think.

If you wish to be rejected by the Bench merely say that you are an atheist.  That way the Judge will know that you are incapable of any moral decision, you are an absolute bigot, your voting record goes only to the paranoid extremist left, that you are the least worthy variety of citizen, that you drink too much, that you failed out of High School, and that your mental process is not up to par.

It is either that or wear a black leather jacket with gang colors and scream obscenities at everyone.

I have posted my opinion on AOL Answers as a public service. These opinions are not intended as legal guidance nor do they create a counsel-client relationship. I recommend that you also consult counsel where you have an actionable case or so have reason to believe. E. Carter, Esq.
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roccmike your alias leagal started posting 6 hours ago posted for 2 hours and stopped. stressed followed posted for the next 4 hours and stopped 51 minutes ago. 41 minutes ago tweek starts to post. every day its the same thing over and over. 1 alias after the other repeating the same crap over and over. get a life.  

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