Saturday, January 15, 2005

 

Against Prayer

Michael Newdow, the physician/lawyer who successfully argued against the "under God" portion in the pledge of allegence, is at it again wanting to remove prayer from the auguration of Bush.

Newdow claims, "...he had suffered injury because he was offended in hearing the prayer..."


Thankfully, he lost his court case.

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