My Response To The Intellectual Cowards At The Daley Gator

I posted a comment on The Daley Gator in relation to a post titled “Leftists continue to piss on our Constitution”, which related to Christian students praying before a game and teachers bowing their heads in support. The blogger was apparently upset that these Christian observances were blocked by people who were Constitutionally bound to do so. In essence, my comment mentioned the Constitution and posed the question of how that blogger would feel if a group of Muslim students unfolded their prayer rugs and prayed before a game. That comment has, apparently, been deleted by the moderator.

Having read other comments posted on that blog, I felt the necessity to add one more comment, knowing full well that it too will probably be deleted. Perhaps, only views supporting the blogger’s position are accepted.

But, here’s my latest and last comment:

“Apart from the fact that my original comment has been deleted from this blog – the act of an intellectual coward – you and your Conservative comrades are trying to force God (or, more accurately, the Christian God) into a Constitution from which it was excluded. The Founders were well aware of what would happen to America if religious dogma became part of Government and sought to prevent that.

On another issue, Jesus taught that his followers should pray IN PRIVATE, not stand up in public and cry “God! God!”, which he considered abhorrent. Why do Christians feel the urge to do what Jesus told them not to do? Do they only accept the teachings of Jesus that suit their psyche; their desire for public acceptance of their piety?

The Constitutions comes before the desires of Christians. That is as it should be.”

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2 Responses to My Response To The Intellectual Cowards At The Daley Gator

  1. Gatordoug says:

    Your comments were not deleted, they had to be approved. I suppose you like pretending to be a victim a bit much to actually realize this?

    Now, tell me how it violates the Constitution for someone to bow their head? Or to pray? This certainly forces no religion on anyone, nor does it force you to attend, or support any house of worship.

    And certainly God was not excluded from our Constitution. Certainly the First Amendment is clear as to what is PROHIBITED

    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

    Ah, CONGRESS shall make no law. Congress! Is this school Congress now? Was a law made? Are the coaches Congress?

    • Nothing wrong with bowing your head or praying in private, or, indeed, in public … unless it’s organized by government or a government-funded organization or person. That is government promoting a specific religion and violates 1st Amendment.

      Was God included in the Constitution? If so, which God? The Declaration of Independence mentions th “God of Nature”, not the Christian God.
      “Creator” and “Divine Providence” do not relate to a specific god, but more to an universal god, compatible with the Age of Entitlement.

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