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What Reagan did was realize we weren't wanted there, so he did what he should have done. He brought our troops home, and that is exactly what we should do today. Get the hell out of the Middle East and every other country where we are not wanted or needed. Reagan did not cut and run. He just had enough sense to realize it wasn't worth losing more American lives to stay where we were not wanted. Too bad the succeeding administrations weren't and still aren't intelligent enough to figure that out, as well. Anyone who knows history understands that an interventionist foreign policy of nation building and empire building doesn't work. It never has and never will.
Regardlees what you have been told, the United States of America was founded upon Christianity, and is overwhelmingly a Christian nation. I don't think anyone who is a real American would be offended by this song by Lee Greenwood. It is not a religious song, but rather, it is a patriotic song. Personally, I'm getting very tired of this tyranny of the minority. Our founders feared a tyranny of the majority, and that's why they established a republic rather than a democracy. However, I'm sure they never imagined the majority would allow the minority to rule even in our republic. Tyranny is still tyranny whether by the majority or by the minority.
No, you are the one who is completely wrong. The Constitution does not expressly prohibit government-funded institutions from supporting any religion, nor does it specifically prohibit the endorsement of Christianity. The Constitution merely prohibits government from establishing a particular religion as the only religion to be worshipped. There is nothing in the Constitution prohibiting the government from supporting religion. To the contrary, the government is prohibited from infringing on the right to worship freely, as we choose. You're right, however, that the Constitution couldn't be more clear on this issue. However,, you are the one who should read the Constitution, again. There is no such thing as a "separation of church and state.
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