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Separation of Church and State: Misinformation and Hypocrisy

The Big Stink Wrote: May 18, 2012 3:16 PM
The Founding Fathers were concerned with protecting church autonomy from the state. The revisionist Constitution the Left touts reads a little differently. They proceed on the assumption faith ought to be excluded from the public square, in toto. The founders felt that all faiths should have access to the public square - equally. It's a subtle, but profound difference, but it is read this way by the Left as a way of sterilizing public debate from any "infection" of faith.
Dean197 Wrote: May 19, 2012 11:24 AM
The public square isn't just government property, it's media outlets, protests, etc. Secularists are talking only about government involvement in religion. When you say public square when we mean government supported, it confuses the issue.

No sooner had I expressed my differences with the president’s announcement supporting same-sex “marriage” than a young man named Collin posted on my Facebook page, “You have to leave your stupid religious dogma behind when talking about state and national issues. You are basing your objection to homosexual marriage on the Bible which would be violating the American principle of separation of church and state.”

Not only is this the opposite of what our Founding Fathers intended, but it is also completely hypocritical, since Collin voiced no objection to the president pointing to his religious beliefs in support of same-sex “marriage.”