Saturday, September 17, 2005

KNIGHTS oF COLUMBUS to APPEAL Ruling that Pledge of Allegiance in school is unconstitutional.

"Supreme Knight Carl A. Anderson said that "if freedom of religion in America means anything at all, it means that it's just as constitutional to recite the Pledge of Allegiance — complete with the words "under God" — as it is to read aloud the Declaration of Independence. They both express the same truth: that our fundamental rights come from God, our creator, and not from government. To suggest that the language of the First Amendment prohibits the simple statement of that truth is to stand the constitution on its head."

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