West Chester, Tolerance and Good Sense -- Cagle
If someone believes that a plaque in southeastern Pennsylvania is only the start of religious pervasiveness in the U.S. government, then that grip on reality is a tenuous one. To paraphrase Sigmund Freud, sometimes a plaque is just a plaque.
The good folks of Chester County are $400 lighter in the coffers and may be without their historic plaque very soon. How about a Amendment guaranteeing freedom from people who cause us grief because they have nothing better to do than launch frivolous lawsuits. Some revisionist then can call it the separation between jackass and state.
The oft-repeatd phrase "separation between church & state" isn't in the First Amendment.
By Erik Cagle