But so far, Bulverde Mayor Bill Krawietz isn’t impressed with Boston’s arguments. And he is making it clear that the city council did all it plans to do when it changed its policy in 2010:
"We passed a resolution then, and we are well within our legal rights. We adopted a policy that does not show any favoritism to any religion in the Bulverde area. For those who wish to offer a prayer, we ask not to promote their church. But I go out of my way to include those who don’t wish to pray."
What AU wants isn’t really diversity, but conformity (which is really nothing less than censorship). And that consists of forcing every city council across the country to conform to the anti-religious outlook and practice of AU.
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