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February 21, 2007

SCOTUS Okays Discrimination Against Christians?

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.

Also at Hyscience



Posted by Richard at February 21, 2007 9:11 AM





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