And it's not that his salary doesn't count. Please read. I said that it doesn't account for force in this case. He gets paid by taxpayer dollars to perform duties as governor. But that doesn't mean he doesn't get to run his mouth the same as the rest of us. No, to remain true to the Constitution and the intent of establishment, you MUST have government action. Without it, there is no actual violation of establishment, no matter how much you wish and pray there was. Your tax dollars ARE NOT being used to promote religion in this case. If there was a religious pray event and the government used tax payer dollars to fund THAT, then you can claim establishment. But just because the governor is paid with tax payer dollars does not mean that you can sit there and claim that he can't now run his mouth because he is paid with our money.
If he used the power of his office in any measurable way, I could maybe agree with you. But he didn't. There's no force, there's no action, he did not use his office to carry it out. That's reality. I really wish people could focus more on the broken aspects of our government rather than make ridiculous claims like establishment violations when there has been NO ACTION by the government. Less you want to demonstrate to me that action. Where's the force? Can you show it?
I've asked you repeated times now, and all you've done is dance around the issue. Can you demonstrate force?