Well, actually appears more as a big GFYS
(Charlotte Observer) Rowan County commissioners, facing the prospect of a long and costly legal battle with the American Civil Liberties Union, held their ground Monday and opened their meeting with a prayer that included the words “personal Lord and Savior, Jesus.”
Later in the meeting, the board voted unanimously to hire legal defense for a battle against the ACLU.
Monday’s prayer opened a meeting that packed the chambers in the Rowan County Administration Building.
Yeah, as you can guess this is the standard ACLU mule fritters about “separation between church and state”, and you know what a pant load that argument is. No reason to rehash. Here’s what the NC Declaration of Rights has to say
All persons have a natural amd inalienable right to worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their own consciences, and no human authority shall, in any case whatever, control or interfere with the rights of conscience.
In other words, jackhole secularists who create their own Rights in their posteriors need to butt out of people’s religious real right to express those leanings, even if it involves government meetings. All the Rowan folks are doing is offering a prayer, which almost no one objects to. They aren’t instituting formal religious requirements for citizens.