This from a moderator?You are woefully ignorant of commonly held knowledge.
WELL its kinda funny you mentioned that casue I am one. Well mabe the rest 999 will go along with you on that one. But remember if you are going to take a poll you must do so failry and calculate the standard deviation accordingly. So what makes you a scholar on the constitution? Have u ever done any extensive research on it? Do you even know what our first constitution was? Or how about this, tell me the first 2 parties that existed in america? Just a little pop quiz if you dont mind participating?Ask 1000 Constitutional scholars if what you're claiming is true, and 1000 will tell you no.
Yes your right its called reading thoroughly and having a fond common knowledge of what the nglish language means. Most cannot and haven't done this. Which btw the panelists were scholars as well of the constitution and or early and modern american history. So in actuality they knew more than I.I've heard of people interpreting the Constitution differently, but this is something else.
Then why is it right next to the word religion and the only definiton in regards to the dictionary states a place of religion when in regards to the word establishment? Kinda funny isnt it? Please look back at the dictionary post I encourage you. You know I ma handling a debate with both of you. And its getting to the point that its going in circles. Dont you 2 have anything else to debate with? Cause this is the same argument I had with an individual earlier on the thread.It has NOTHING to do with places of religion in that sense of the word establishment.