Thursday, August 23, 2012

Oh Noes! Churches Fed High School Football Players!

It's time for another hissy fit by American Atheists' retarded cousins, the Freedom From Religion Foundation.

This time, it's over meals being provided to a High School football team by a church:

http://radio.foxnews.com/toddstarnes/top-stories/school-under-fire-for-allowing-churches-to-feed-football-team.html

The Wisconsin based FFRF got the word from a local whistleblower in Georgia. Atheists are working hard to establish a tattle-tale network across every city in the U.S. It's a lot like the Secret Police systems in Communist regimes, which encourage the citizens to spy on each other for the slightest infraction against the government. It's just thinly-veiled fascism disguised as "constitutional protection".

FFRF claims feeding football players at churches and perhaps metioning Christianity is blatant violation of the First Amendment Establishment Clause. They have failed to explain why giving a benediction before opening a session of Congress isn't, however.

I guess it's easier to pick on some rural high school than Uncle Sam. Funny how that works, huh?

Why is that Atheists always remember the Establishment Clause, yet completely ignore the Freedom of Exercise Clause? I guess that's just archaic old language by a bunch of dead guys, right?

Guess what, Atheists? Jesus said, "Feed the hungry", and that's what churches are doing, as part of their FREEDOM TO EXERCISE THEIR FAITH guaranteed under the same Constitution you guys claim to protect.

When are you going to step up to the plate, and use some of your resources to show the churches up by actually helping the needy?

I guess those lawyers you're always running to are the only needy people you care about.

3 comments:

JBsptfn said...

They don't seem to care what Jesus says, because in their stupid minds, he didn't exist, and the Gospels were written in the fourth century when Constantine invented Jesus.

Thesauros said...

Why is that Atheists always remember the Establishment Clause, yet completely ignore the Freedom of Exercise Clause?"

For the same reason to don't know that the New Testament exists. It would destroy their world-view.

Alejandro Rodríguez said...

I'm pretty sure they wouldn't complain if this was some buddhist or wiccan temple or something. Not that I'm saying those religions are bad, but it's pretty obvious they are only against christianity.