Hey folks, you know how the Federal Government loves to yelp about “church and state?”  

It seems that every time Christians try to stand up for decency and morality they yelp, “church and state, church and state” (yeah, right, give me a break!)


Hey folks, you know how the Federal Government loves to yelp about “church and state?”  
It seems that every time Christians try to stand up for decency and morality they yelp, “church and state, church and state” (yeah, right, give me a break!)

Well guess what?  In California there was an incident where the government tried to boss the Catholic schools into selling condoms in vending machines!  Now somewhere, some way, some how, somebody got the guts in their back end to stand up and say NO!  The Federal government backed down!

To start with, the “separation of church and state” is a myth as it is currently presented.  
The origins of this “airhead” theory stems from a letter written by Thomas Jefferson in the early 1800’s to some Christian churches in Danberry, Connecticut, in which Mr. Jefferson referred to a “wall of separation” designed to protect the church from the sticky fingers of the Federal government. 

Not the Government from the church!

Well guess what, backfire is backfire!  This has backfired in the Federal government’s face.  Joy, Joy!  This proves that the theory itself is false. 

The Federal government by its own actions has tried to violate the true intent of Mr. Jefferson’s letter and Mr. Jefferson’s true intent in this case has prevailed.

So the next time some “jelly bellied” bureaucrat with “space for rent” between his ears and starts yelping this and that, perhaps Christians should take a good look and then say, “Just a minute, Buster!” and read the Constitution.
If you need a copy of the Constitution, contact your local Tea Party.  For more information on Thomas Jefferson, contact Wall Builders, Box 397, Aledo, TX.  For more on legal proceedings, contact J. Allen Seculo, of the American Center for Law and Justice.

-Monte Ash, Camdenton