Want to hold a prayer vigil outside the White House in support of religious liberty and rights of the unborn and recently born? Plan to be arrested in a heartbeat, like this group of six clergy and supporters who dared to kneel in prayer in front of the White House less than one month ago:
On the other hand, would you like to hold a prayer vigil outside the Supreme Court in support of ObamaCare? The White House is is organizing a prayer vigil for this very purpose.
This inquiring mind wants to know: Will open displays of the cross and other religious symbols be permitted in the public square at Obama's event, unlike the religious symbols at Georgetown that were covered as a condition of Obama speaking there?
|Obama at Georgetown, which is not public property.|
|The national cemetery whose administration forbade the use of the words God and Jesus Christ in burial services.|
Sadly, in the eyes of this administration, prayers and acknowledgements of the Divine are political tools.
What's next, pay to pray?