Women (Nasty or otherwise) are going to be the reason that Donald Trump is NEVER President!
Semper Fidelis, Semper Liber.
Stolen fair and square from the Capt. Courtesey himself.I spit at lots of people through my computer screen. Not only does it "teach them a lesson" but it keeps the screen clean and shiny.
of course the student should be able to wear the cross ,,, even the ACLU would take this up ... I remember that a school denied a group of students space after school because it was a Bible-study group ... the ACLU said they were like any other group or club and had the right to get space if the other groups got it ... sheeeesh ...
to both of you on this part of exaggeration, I would say you are wrong, and wrong for this reason, here is disney's first statement that brought in this part of the disagreement...Originally Posted by PirateMk1
disney did say that students had the right to pray anytime they wanted, but silently. He asserted that to pray out loud would be disruptive. That is a crock. So when adpst said what he said to have Boo call it exaggerating was incorrect. adpst was exactly right in his assertion as to what disney said. I guess technically you could pray out loud without opening your mouth, but I'd like to see it.Originally Posted by disneydude
To Joe, you're right being polite is not too much to ask, and if someone is praying, the polite thing to do if you don't want to hear it is to move along. As for this supposed "right" to not be annoyed, show me where this is in the bill of rights, I don't believe I've seen that...
To Mike, and Joe - The key here hinges on what is "disruptive"? If a student, or student group stands up in the middle of a class, and interrupts the teacher with prayer, then yes, I would agree that is disruptive. But, if you have that same group, saying a prayer in the quad before starting their day, and you don't like it? So what? move along...The problem is not that they are trying to impose anything on either of you, but rather the other way around, you're trying to quash their practice, thereby imposing your beliefs on them.
Any rule which would prohibit the student from wearing that cross is simply a violation of their rights.
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