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February 21, 2007

SCOTUS Okays Discrimination Against Christians?

Topics: Faith

Apparently SCOTUS believes that it's okay to promote and endorse the religions of Judaism and Islam, but not Christianity. One can only conclude that discrimination against Christians - only, is perfectly A-okay!

Last time I checked, Christmas was a Christian holiday. With SCOTUS' refusal to review the appeals court case, Santa Claus rates higher than Jesus Christ.

Related: A predominantly Christian nation founded on Judeo-Christian values has now turned its back on the very values and faith that has made it such a great nation. A 2001 ARIS survey determined that:

76.5% of American adults are Christian (52% Protestant; 24.5% Catholic).
14.1% do not follow any organized religion;
1.3% are Jewish.
0.5% are Muslim, followers of Islam.
0.5% are Buddhist.
0.4% are Hindu.
0.3% are Unitarian Universalist.
0.1% are Neopagan (Druids, Pagans, Wiccans, etc)
On a side note, the push by the multiculturalist, secular progressive, liberal left, relativists to rape the nation of its few remaining values has so denigrated all faiths that I wonder if it even matters anymore.

HT - Harry Owens.

Posted by Richard at February 21, 2007 8:51 AM



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