I just checked, and it turns out that this "separation of church and state" still isn't in the constitution.
Reverend Flip Benham, the leader of the group, said: "Not one senator had the backbone to stand as our Founding Fathers stood. They stood on the gospel of Jesus Christ! There were three in the audience with the courage to stand and proclaim, 'Thou shalt have no other gods before me'."
"As the Government of the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion;
the christian God is conspicuously absent from the constitution. why?
The omission was too obvious to have been anything but deliberate, in spite of Alexander Hamilton's flippant responses when asked about it: According to one account, he said that the new nation was not in need of "foreign aid"; according to another, he simply said "we forgot." But as Hamilton's biographer Ron Chernow points out, Hamilton never forgot anything important.
Where does it stop being freedom of speech and start being assholery? And why are so many intent on crossing that line?
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