As for having more spirituality than me, I don't doubt that at all, as I am mostly an intellectual person; I like cold, hard empiricism, facts and physical phenomena.
Try addressing the actual issue at hand, that is, the Constitutionality of this group-lead prayer.
I don't see any "clamoring". All I see is some old folks gently disagreeing with a government-imposed ban on public prayer during their meals.So they are clamoring for private prayer, now, are they?
Well, aren't you special?Twice, now.
The only people I know who shove their lifestyle in my face are certain sects of Christianity who have to pray in public, buy billboards telling everyone else they're going to hell, and put bumper stickers on their car about how much they love Jesus.
In my life, the people who shout the loudest about how good they are at something are usually not the best at it at all.
Why do you think monks and nuns frequently take vows of silence? I'm sure they're much more spiritual and Christ-like than the person with their "Abortion Stops a Beating Heart" and "God Made Adam and Eve Not Adam and Steve" bumper stickers. I KNOW they're a lot more Christ-like than the person who paid for all the "Hell is Real" and 10 Commandments billboards in Kentucky.
Pray, now, damn you! Pray!
Not once in my life has a Jew or a Gay knocked on my door to convince me to live their "lifestyle". I wish everyone would do the same.