I believe half of the things I say and say half of the things I believe.
Now deny it. Maybe I'm just a genius who "understands the principles of a fascist based revolution."
It doesn't say they shouldn't pray before the session, if they choose. It doesn't say kids can't pray in school. It says congress can't pass a law establishing a Church of America, similar to the Church of England.
If you know your history, you'd know why. In jolly old England, there was an established religion (the Church of England was the official church of the land, and it was, during several periods in English history, illegal to practice any other religion or be a member of any other church).
The point of the American law was to prevent such a thing from happening here, so that we could enjoy the freedom to practice our own religion without the government forcing one on us.
Nowadays, the meaning of the law has been skewed beyond recognition, and rather than establish a freedom to worship as one wishes (as was the law's intent), the government uses the law to stifle religious expression and to force secularism on everyone.
Not that it matters. The constitution is NOT the law of the land, the Supreme Court's INTERPRETATION of the constitution is. We all know people interpret things along party lines.... and the Supreme Court has proven no different. There is no check nor balance to that kind of power.