Just so you know, mods try to refrain from moderating on posts that they're involved in, so no worries about me blasting you...Originally Posted by SKILMATIC
Judge, someday soon hopefully.O well again why would I even want to equivocate that? Thats senseless waisting of time on a keyboard . Besides I think there are more important things at hand other than equivocating cases to one another. And as I said before my major isnt law. I just am interested in the constitution itself. You must be a law major? Am I correct? Trying to be a lawyer or something?
I don't mean mandated in that each individual is mandated to recite it. I mean mandated in that the school is mandated to have the pledge read. That is unconstitutional.No its not. This simple question will solidify this debate. Was there a century standing next to you at your college during "pledge of allegiance time" watching to make sure you recited it word for word? Ok now that thats finished next debate.
It costs tax money when a teacher, funded by the public tax rolls, is forced to spend time, even if only a short while, each day, to recite a religious activity.I didnt know it costs money to speak and recite a sentence?
But with all money matters aside. You didnt answer the question. I asked you healthfully does it inflict any harm?
It doesnt cost anymore tax money to recite a pledge in a public school due to it costing the same amount regardless whether you recite a pledge or not.