An inability to legislate your beliefs is NOT persecution, moron.
8/14/2009 8:55:10 PM
"We need a President like Emperor Constantine"
"a President like Emperor Constantine"
"President like Emperor"
Need I say more?
8/15/2009 1:01:39 AM
Nothing illegal about it (and you know it)
It's unconstitutional and therefore prosecutable for a person in office to favor a religion by displaying it's tenants in public buildings (which I'm assuming this charge is about) and rightly so. These people take an oath to uphold the constitution, not violate it for their personal belief.
No one has spent time in jail or lost their office for this. Thet should, especially the ones that when asked to remove the unconstitutional promotion of religion put up a fight.
8/15/2009 5:56:17 AM
8/15/2009 10:13:44 AM
1) Stop lying.
2) An inability to persecute others does not mean you are persecuted.
3) Christians never worshiped in the catacombs, that's a myth. When Christianity was being persecuted, they generally worshiped in private homes.
4) Christianity is not illegal and is never likely to be.
5) Stop lying.
8/28/2012 10:47:19 PM
Suck my ass.
5/2/2013 6:34:34 AM