Glenn Beck told there can be no prayer at his event at the Kennedy Center

This is unbelievable. Beck says that even though they rented the Kennedy Center for use on 8/27, they were told that they could not pray in the facility. That is beyond shocking. Apparently they finally relented, but I’m guessing that it’s only because of who he is. Had it been you are me, we’d probably be in handcuffs after we disobeyed and prayed anyway.

But I would like to remind you that the President can still have a Ramadan dinner at the White House.

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  • Anonymous

    There should be no doubt where Obama stands on religion.People are starting to get the message. Obama had his worst poll on Gallup yesterday. 42% approve.49% disapprove on job approval.

  • Anonymous

    You know what bothers me though williamm? There are still 42% who do approve, and 9% undecided. WAKE UP AMERICA!

  • M Cooper

    I thought you guys in America had a seperate relationship between the government and religion?

    Isn’t it a government building?

  • Cooksquid

    Funny how standards change just because of who you are or who you know. This President preaches one thing and does something else . People are tired of double standards and double talk.

  • Anonymous

    Owned by the people! Who have the right of freedom of expression at any place, venue, or facility at any time! Not a government function, not regulated by government controls – thus not bound to the so-called “separation” clause.

  • Anonymous

    Yes I agree, but you must admit that progressives are slow learners. They refuse to let actual facts influence their opinions.

  • Anonymous

    This is clearly a case where the government would be violating Separation of Church and State. I believe it was intended to keep government out of religion.
    As pparsealot commented, the building is owned by The People. The Government owns nothing.

  • The separation of Church and State requires the government not advocate for any particular religion. It is not a separtion of state and religion. There is a prayer and a pledge of allegiance at the convening of a City or County Council or legislature meeting. At least until Shariah Law elbows its’ way in as it has in much of Europe and the UK. Yesterday I met a Britis ex-pat who told us she cannot walk down many of the sidewalks she grew up on in Yorkshire because they’ve had mosques built on whole blocks that now bar women. Be careful what you allow to happen here in the US.

  • Anonymous

    The United States of America does not have an official state religion. The First Amendment to the Constitution prohibits Congress from making any law that establishes or prohibits any religion or religous practices and beliefs. That part of the First Amendment is to protect religion from the federal government. Contrary to what liberals would like everyone to believe, it’s not there to protect the government, or the people, from religion.

    We have freedom of religion, not from religion.

    Now, I’m an atheist and I do think that public schools should not allow prayer of any kind. I have three reasons for this. One, it’s stupid and public schools should not be promoting stupidity. Two, whose religion and whose prayers are going to get allowed? Three, kids in public schools are a “captive audience”.

    I think the “captive audience” argument is the strongest. No Jewish kid should be forced to sit through a prayer to Jesus Christ at their graduation. Would a Christian parent want their kid to have to listen to a Muslim prayer at their graduation? As an atheist, I don’t want my kid exposed to such a stupid thing as a prayer to anything.

    But voluntary events are different. Nobody is forced to go to Glenn Beck’s event at the Kennedy Center. If they want to pray during this event, the government doesn’t have the authority to prohibit it. Anyone who doesn’t like it can leave.

  • Getprotectednow

    That means that where [there can be no prayer] offends the Godhead over that place. Let us see the truth of where Satan has already gained foothold. Think about it. God removed from schools and now the evil reigns and ideas and methods are being taught to the children.

  • Sure. Like the U.S. Congress opening each session with a prayer.

    Sir, you are wrong.

  • God Bless glenn beck and I know HE will

  • Anonymous

    I agree with everything you said except the part where you insult people who pray because it’s “stupid.” You make a really strong argument for why there should be no prayer in school, but your intelligence falls off a peg or two when you start insulting those who believe in God and who pray. You could have made your points without being insulting.

  • M cooper, we do except when the president wants a bunch of Muslims in the white house to celebrate their religious holiday, when he did NOT have the Day of Prayer breakfast for christians. We are sick of his crap. Ya’ll want the man, please please come get him and further mind your own business.

  • Joisey

    Glenn later said the JFK Center backed down. But it still reveals the pervasive hostility of the Federal Bureacracy to Christianity.

  • I say pray anyway. On what grounds can they legally say they can’t????

  • Anonymous

    Stupid people should be insulted.

    How about Satanism? Do you respect Satanists? Can I call them stupid? How about a prayer to Satan at a public school graduation? Gee, I doubt Christians would like that too much. I know, I know, we’re a Christian nation. I know. If only…..

  • Rbfed

    Just have a 2 minute silent time. And EVERYONE THERE PRAY!

  • Grazingpangea

    “The seperation of church and state” appears nowhere in the Constitution
    First Amendment -Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…
    “prohibiting the free exercise thereof” is exactly what they were trying to do!

  • Are the Control Freak Obamanites afraid of the power of prayer which may alienate some left leaning atheists to question their own mortality and existence? God forbid, if they would suffer exorcism and begin to think rationally and pray for this nation. “One nation, under God, with Liberty and Justice for All…”

  • Hi Janie,

    CM “Stupid-Pray-er” Sackett here.

    We agree (from what I’ve gathered in most of your posts) on getting America back on its Constitutional FOUNDATIONS. That’s enough for us to work together, as a TEAM, correct?

    I obviously do NOT share your convictions and beliefs (funny, that) about there being no DESIGN (as in “reliably repeatable AND reliably repeated pattern” in everything from the easily distinguishable ~to the trained eye~ variants of ‘pseudopods’… to the peculiarl AND individualistic DNA of every other single creature on this orb… and more) to ANYTHING… only a ‘coincidental’ ‘random’ collision, fusion, fission, mutation, adaptation, etc. of atoms (won’t even go into just where the HELL those came from)…

    …but I digress.

    However fantastical I find that sort of faith ~ it doesn’t stop me from treating you with respect and honorable decorum… and WON’T.

    So, you keep swinging for the bleachers at knocking our nation’s common enemy out of the park, and I’ll cheer and help every way I can… and keep praying those ‘stupid’ prayers… for the Republic, and you.

    Kind Regards,

  • RyokTHEgod


    So by saying that you are either:
    1) saying you are not stupid because your opinions are supreme to all others or,
    2) saying that we should insult you for being stupid at some point because the above is false.

    Surely you can’t say that your actions are never stupid? So should we insult you?

    I know, I know.. insults just role off your back like water on a duck, but still is it so hard to treat others the way you want to be treated?

  • Jsboxon


  • Anonymous

    I never said I wasn’t stupid. Would you want your kid to have to listen to me talk?

    • RyokTHEgod

      Actually, yes, as long as you aren’t cramming it down her throat and allow her to form her own opinion. I ask my daughter all the time, “What do YOU think?” Most times she gives me an answer she thinks I want to hear but that is a key part to being an individual. Forming your own opinion.

      Jaynie, I used to be an atheist. If anything that part of my life has strengthened my relationship with God. It is my belief that God gives each of us different spiritual gifts. It’s hard enough to figure out what they are let alone having to deal with society, parents, friends, etc.. pushing you to believe and think a certain way.

      I hope she does choose Christianity but nothing is gained by me forcing my views on her, or others for that matter. There is no such thing as collective salvation, only individual salvation. You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink.

      Whatever your religious affiliation Jaynie, like CM, I agree with most of your points keep at it, and thank you for the work you have done so far and I hope you haven’t taken offense to anything I’ve said.

  • RyokTHEgod

    We do Coop.

    Findlaw, 1st Amendment:
    “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. ”

    Meaning if the people are peaceable in their religion or affiliation… The government can’t touch the assemblies. I submit that requiring a permit to gather is a “law respecting… the right of the people to peaceably assemble.” I digress.

    If it’s peaceful, don’t mess with peoples’ rights to assemble and/or worship or not worship, in the case of Jaynie. 😉

  • Anonymous

    I have nothing against prayer that is voluntary. Too many people can’t tell the difference.

    My favorite video ever:

    Yes, that was a public school. I watch it a couple of times a week and it never fails to make me cry. Anyone who was “offended” could get up and leave. Stupid is universal.

  • Anonymous

    But Obama can dress the White House up like a Burqa and have a Ramadan party?

  • True American Patriot

    That’s probably because the “type” of religion Glenn Beck peddles has a groundwork of hatred as its base. People are getting sick and tired of the hate propaganda of the fundamentalist church organizations. People are waking up and they are fed up with being told to HATE YOUR ENEMY….and, lately they are telling their sheep the enemy just happens to be ALL MUSLIMS. This is not right to teach others to hate, anyone who subscribes to these fundamentalist religions does not represent the true Jesus. I am an American by birth and nationality and I want it to be know that I DO NOT HATE MUSLIMS NOR WILL I BE A “ROBOT” FOR ANY CHURCH ORGANIZATION THAT SPREADS HATRED.

  • Anonymous

    No American would ever say they are “American by birth and nationality”.

    Nice try.

    By the way, the Mormon religion does not have a “groundwork of hatred as its base”. That distinction belongs to Islam alone amongst the major religions of the world. Only Islam teaches it’s followers to hate all non-believers.

  • “Stupid is universal”

    …well, nearly so.

  • True American Patriot

    That is not true…..Mormonism is a religion that people do not hold…..rather, IT HOLDS THEM. If you wish to practice the strange rituals and be subjected to Mormonism’s rules and regulations, then go ahead. But be careful with your words when you question someone’s ethnicity. I am an American and was born and raised here. However, I have traveled all over the world and am sensible enough to know that we must respect those who are different than us and not try to force our beliefs down their throats. Mormons may peddle their religion door-to-door to get converts, but at least the Muslims allow people to DECIDE IT IN THEIR OWN HEARTS BETWEEN THE PERSON AND GOD. You are short-sighted my friend, I hope you get “enlightened” at some point in your journey here on this earth.

  • Leel004

    M Cooper, assuming you are innocent in your statement above about separation of church and state, you might not know that the original meaning of that statement is not constitutional, BUT was written in a personal journal/writings.
    What it means is that the GOV can NOT force any particular religion on the people.
    In this situation it is the BIG GOV FORCING the people NOT to pray. This is UNconstitutional.

  • Anonymous

    Thomas Jefferson
    Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between Man & his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legitimate powers of government reach actions only, & not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should “make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or PROHIBITING THE FREE EXERCISE THEREOF,” thus building a wall of separation between Church & State.

  • Leel004

    You better head to Michigan quickly. Just saw in the news that football teams in Michigan WILL BE practicing football from 11PM to 4AM so as not to disturb the muslims religious holiday. So much for putting kids education first….

  • Leel004

    Explain the Shroud….a cloth that is lined exactly to a man’s body image of whips used by the roman soldiers during a cruxifiction, has exact blood stains where wounds had been, photographed from negatives with dimential images BEFORE 3-D and above was invented, and HAS NEVER been duplicated.
    You can remain ignorant if you choose, but then that would require ignoring facts.

  • Leel004

    makes me wonder what is behind the canvas covering the White House….

  • True American Patriot

    Obviously “Janie59” just wants to argue. The main point is that there are many people in the world with many different belief systems. We should respect other beliefs and the people who hold them, especially the ones who do not “solicit” for new recruits. At least Islam does not go “DOOR-TO-DOOR” trying to get people mixed up in their organization. Rather, ISLAM leaves that up to the person and God. Again, it’s time to STOP THE HATRED!

  • RyokTHEgod

    You should probably watch this video. I know it’s 98 minutes. But it’s chalk filled with counter points and sources for anyone who wanted to debate you on Islam could post. Namely:

    Old verse of Quran < newer verse of Quran; where new verse = kill people and convert by force, lie, etc... So, we should respect lying, murder, and rape? Would you respect a pedophile who murdered their victim and then said, "It wasn't me.", when the parents saved the dress and the semen sample verified it's his? I wouldn't. But then again, I'm an intolerant, racist, tea-bagger who hates babues and you expected as much from me.

  • I’m not sure I understand exactly what you are saying- so tell me if you disagree with this from the Koran:

    “So when the sacred months have passed away, then slay the idolaters wherever you find them, and take them captives and besiege them and lie in wait for them in every ambush, then if they repent and keep up prayer and pay the poor-rate, leave their way free to them.”

    “Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day, nor hold that forbidden which hath been forbidden by Allah and His Messenger, nor acknowledge the religion of Truth, of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.”

    If I am mistaken on your stance- let me know- but the above translations do not jive with the claims you are making-

  • ok, jaynie has it right, islam is the only religion out there that teaches hate. not sure where you got you info from, but, it sure wasnt the bible, or from TRUE christian beliefs. i dont personally believe you have to go to church to believe in god either, but, that doesnt mean i would tell others to do as i do. i am truely lost on how organized churches preach propaganda(outside that each religion believes they are the only true religion) that defines who to hate and who to love. now, i will state, the koran is a very evil book(sounds satanistic to me, but that is personal), and i have yet to find in the text of the bible the type of hate speech that is in the koran. i dont hate muslims, hate the koran. muslims, by virtue of where they live, is not evil, but to be brainwashed into thinking that killing those who dont believe as you do, is evil. and, since mosques preach the koran, all i can say is, does david koresh ring a bell(being that i live rather close to this place). he taught people to hate by twisting of words, nothing of such rhetoric is in the bible. so, needless to say, i dont hate muslims, but i do hate islam…………..

  • RyokTHEgod


    I mean she is a right-wing, religious, christian-zealot and all……

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  • Obama is the worst person to serve in any government in any country .the people who vote in this country ,had better wake up soon or there will be no country .Nov will be the most important month in this nations history .We can stop him and his Czara remember Czar is a russin title Ivan the terrile was a Czar.

  • Anonymous

    Michigan? Not surprising. Muslims have had a big presence there for a long time.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t take offense at much if I think it’s sincere. Liberals, for the most part, are not sincere in anything so I have no use for them.

    I will say that you should teach your daughter what you believe so she at least knows something about Christianity. She won’t be able to make up her mind if she doesn’t have someplace to start.

  • Anonymous

    : ) !!!!

  • Anonymous

    Here! Here!

  • KeninMontana

    You really need some new talking points, I’d like to know when Beck as ever advocated or told people they need to join the LDS specifically or expounded on it’s “superiority” to other faiths. Sources and links please.

  • TrueRed

    yeah, Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini–they were nothing compared to Obama! Man, some of the posts in here completely ignore precedent. Like the plethora of posts implying Obama had a say in events held at the Kennedy Center, as if he is the point of contact for all event planning. Unreal.

    To the points about Islam being a religion of hate, the Christian Bible doesn’t hold up too as the literature of tolerance. Look, it’s really easy to cherry pick quotes so it fits the narrative I’m trying to sell:

    “If you refuse to obey all the terms of this law that are written in this book, and if you do not fear the glorious and awesome name of the LORD your God, then the LORD will overwhelm both you and your children with indescribable plagues. These plagues will be intense and without relief, making you miserable and unbearably sick. He will bring against you all the diseases of Egypt that you feared so much, and they will claim you…” [Deuteronomy 28:58-?]

    “Suppose you hear in one of the towns the LORD your God is giving you that some worthless rabble among you have led their fellow citizens astray by encouraging them to worship foreign gods. In such cases, you must examine the facts carefully. If you find it is true and can prove that such a detestable act has occurred among you, you must attack that town and completely destroy all its inhabitants, as well as all the livestock. Then you must pile all the plunder in the middle of the street and burn it. Put the entire town to the torch as a burnt offering to the LORD your God. That town must remain a ruin forever; it may never be rebuilt. Keep none of the plunder that has been set apart for destruction. Then the LORD will turn from his fierce anger and be merciful to you. He will have compassion on you and make you a great nation, just as he solemnly promised your ancestors. “The LORD your God will be merciful only if you obey him and keep all the commands I am giving you today, doing what is pleasing to him.” (Deuteronomy 13:13-19 NLT)

    so tolerant.

  • Just try and stop people from praying. Maybe Rep Bean has some thugs to spare the Kennedy Center.

  • MomforamericaPrez

    We will pray ON THE MALL…we will pray at the KENNEDY CENTER…we will pray in our HOTELS…we will pray on the steps of the SUPREME COURT…WE WILL PRAY WHENEVER AND WHEREVER WE WANT TO!

  • RyokTHEgod

    I don’t know if you are aware of this but, in Christianity there was an establishment of a new covenant. Jesus came and died for the sins of all, then and in the future.

    The fact is, that the bible doesn’t tell people to lie and kill anymore. The new covenant fixed that whole collective salvation part. Now it’s about individual salvation. At one point in Christianity we were tasked with keeping others on track, but that hasn’t been the case since before Christ. Remember Jesus said, when tested by the Pharisees, the 2 most important parts of God’s commandment are: Love the lord God with all your heart, and treat others the way you want to be treated and all other commandments will stem from those two.

    Whereas the Qur’an specifically says, which ever parts were written last are the ones that take precedent. Meaning the ones written last about murder, rape, and lying to further the islamic cause are the ones Muslims should follow to truly follow the teachings of Muhammad.

    I don’t know about anyone else, but I don’t want to do any of the things that Islam is asking, nor do I want them done to me.

    I don’t think anyone here would have a problem with Islam if it didn’t preach, lying, killing, and raping. After all, you don’t see true Christians running around in droves killing Jews, Buddhists, Satanists, (insert other infidels here), etc… I denounce those who do, if any, and can guarantee they are not true Christians. As Christians our job is to tell the story of Christ and use the spiritual gifts we were given for the Lords good work.

  • RyokTHEgod

    “yeah, Stalin, Hitler, Mussolini–they were nothing compared to Obama!”

    I do agree with this. Obama’s the worst of America, there’s been far worse in the world.

  • TrueRed

    Well, I guess I’ll just have to take whatever you say at face value, hard to argue with the specifics of the Qur’an that you so eloquently quoted.

  • TrueRed

    How has he been the worst in even America? Because you don’t agree with his policies. I don’t understand why everything has to be quantified so, but we’ve seen (marginal) growth during his presidency, haven’t entered into any new global conflicts (yet), and in general haven’t seen a decrease in QoL…doesn’t seem like the worst….He ain’t the best, but…worst?

  • melthemean

    Are you saying LDS members are the only ones who “solicit” door to door? I receive far more visits from Jehovah Witnesses than the Mormans. And I wouldn’t call it “soliciting”, just sharing the Word of God. You contradicted yourself in an earlier post when you say “we must respect those who are different than us…” but it doesn’t sound like you respect the Morman religion and their beliefs. They don’t force their beliefs on anyone and they don’t preach hatred, all you have to say is “no thank you” Catholics have their rituals, yet you don’t comment on that. What’s behind your bitterness and hatred about Mormanism? Didn’t your mother ever teach you that if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all? Practice what you preach – stop spewing hatred. (btw, shouldn’t you have said “Islam leaves that up to the person and allah” instead of God?)

  • Anonymous

    You start off with “PROBABLY”, do you know for sure that Glenn Beck’s religion teaches their sheep to hate? Also, Jesus teaches to hate the wrongful actions of another, never the person, and to love your enemy! Your doing the same thing Obama did, talking before you know the whole story “THE POLICE ACTED STUPIDLY”.

  • Marta

    42% still approve of obama? Liberals must be running the Gallup as well.

  • KeninMontana

    “The blood of a Muslim who confesses that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah and that I am His Apostle, cannot be shed except in three cases: In Qisas for murder, a married person who commits illegal sexual intercourse and the one who reverts from Islam (apostate) and leaves the Muslims.” -The Hadiths Volume 9, Book 83, Number 17, covering the punishment for apostasy. Does that work for you?

  • Kycajun
  • RyokTHEgod

    Yeah basically.

    English has subjective terms. “Worst” is one of them. Worst compared to what? On what basis, etc..

    Some things that aren’t subjective though… He has spent the most money out of any other single president ever. He has lied several times. His dad went to pursue a socialist movement. Just off the top of my head.

  • TrueRed

    Always good to see an auxiliary text used to define a primary text.

  • RyokTHEgod

    Awe shucks, thanks, but I don’t think I type so well.

    I didn’t want to be redundant, and I figured we had all watched it. Perhaps I shouldn’t assume that…

  • Afternoon ‘TAP’,

    I can assure you, if Janie ‘just’ wanted ‘to argue’… someone would have called a medic for you by now.

    …especially with the .49 cent a pack chicken-lips-n-feet hotdog tripe you’ve just been peddling as Prime Aged Angus Fillet Mignon.

    ~although I DO know where you got your ‘beef’~

    …You are anything BUT a true American “patriot”. You’re not even an independent thinker.

    Anyway, here we go…


    “We should respect other beliefs and the people who hold them, especially the ones who do not “solicit” for new recruits. At least Islam does not go “DOOR-TO-DOOR” trying to get people mixed up in their organization. Rather, ISLAM leaves that up to the person and God.”

    Oh where to begin?

    How about… (a bit of light reading ~with scores of sources AND references~ on the MYTH of “peaceful” islam… and the TRUE reasons/purpose of them ‘getting along’ in new lands for years) (We’ll start easy, with the CURRENT acts of “peaceful” “non-solicitation” for “new recruits”… IN INDIA. Oh, be sure to read what the Taliban commander has to say about what India is, to them ~“India is our jageer (domain),”~ very “hands-off” approach… if you’re one of the resistant INDIANS) (This will take you back a bit… and cover 80,000,000 ~yep, that’s MILLIONS~ INDIANS that were slaughtered by these ‘fine’ folk, who “leave it up to the person and God”) (Granted, it’s an op-ed. HOWEVER, every single statement of action/incident/policy/terror is FACTUAL and easily verified. BTW, this one deals with how these people who “do(es) not go “DOOR-TO-DOOR” trying to get people ~MIXED UP~ in their organization.”… are “leav(ing) that up to the person and God”.)

    What Happens To Folk Who Don’t “BELIEVE IN ISLAM’S ‘allah”?




    PAKISTAN… again (could fill many pages with such sick facts… just from Pakistan, Nigeria and India).


    …do I really need to present more from this ‘religion’ and its ‘peaceful’ “hold(ers)”… “especially the ones who do not ‘solicit’ for new recruits’? I mean, as you so authoritatively (and asininely, inanely) asserted, “At least Islam does not go “DOOR-TO-DOOR” trying to get people mixed up in their organization. Rather, ISLAM leaves that up to the person and God.”

    TAP, what it is time to “STOP”… is the bullsh#t.

    CM Sackett

  • My apologies TAP…

    I completely forgot to give you a heads-up on THIS ONE~

    The UK

    Again, my apologies. You definitely deserve all the facts you can handle… before you continue with your shoveling.


  • KeninMontana

    If you knew anything of Islam you would know the Hadiths are the texts used to clear up and define any ambiguity one might encounter in reading the Qu’ran.

  • Bparis0113

    the coats r comming

  • Apatriot10

    of course we can’t pray there! we’re practicing the wrong “religion”… *spits*

  • Common Sense American

    Our Constitution protect our rights. The contract does not have the “NO PRAYER” in its contract. Friday night they got a hold of Common Sense, and said yes, they can pray! Wow… We can not compromise on our faith ! Stand up America.. support what is in your heart and soul… Do not let us fall because we back down and allow others to tell us we can not do what the Constitution gives us the right to do.

  • Blessed_by_his_grace

    Thomas Jefferson wrote of Separation of Church and State to a group of Baptists (in a private letter) who resided in Quaker filled PA who were concerned that, just like in England the government would tell them how, when and where to worship. He was assuring them that the Govt. would not interfere.
    The phrase is not in the Constitution, only in a letter written by Jefferson – on more than one occasion our founding Father’s (Washington, Adams, Madison etc…) made it perfectly clear that without the Word of God, our type of government could not succeed and would become corrupt and fail.

  • Blessed_by_his_grace

    Thomas Jefferson wrote of Separation of Church and State to a group of Baptists (in a private letter) who resided in Quaker filled PA who were concerned that, just like in England the government would tell them how, when and where to worship. He was assuring them that the Govt. would not interfere.
    The phrase is not in the Constitution, only in a letter written by Jefferson – on more than one occasion our founding Father’s (Washington, Adams, Madison etc…) made it perfectly clear that without the Word of God, our type of government could not succeed and would become corrupt and fail.

  • Anonymous

    Exactly. I agree with all you said.

  • But, Muslims can build a shrine at Ground Zero kneel to Allah

  • Bcates70

    This is just insanity. It feels like some crazy movie. Who are the people saying that he cannot pray there and who said the Natonal Anthem couldn’t be sung, are these actually people in power?

  • Kzimmerwoman

    There is no “separation” clause in the Constitution!

  • Anonymous


  • Blairstown54

    No sir you are wrong! Anyone of any religion can and does rent these type of buildings. Even atheists, businesses, etc., can rent these buildings. The seperation of church and state only comes in if you take taxpayer funding to acquire these types of buildings. Please get your facts straight before flying off the handle. Confrontations are only worth the effort if you are basing them on factual information.

  • Obamas bulls hit

    Yes, but even the public was banned from the Capitol building in November of 2009, so now it belongs to Obama and his thugs, Pelosi, Reid, etc.

  • D Rhodes Az

    M Copper. You guys? Then why is Dopey obama sending an Imam, with taxpayer $ to the Middle East?

  • sodizzy

    that’s Hear! hear! but your heart is in the right place.

  • christopher

    What a fucking pickle we are in, thanks Obama supporters.

  • Yes and no – our currency states “In God We Trust” – so I guess it’s all about convenience.

  • Mulutski

    God created us and gives us our lives and allows us to do with them as we please. We as Christians and as Americans have the right to pray wherever we feel fit. Peopel have forgotten the work of GOD! That God creates miracles! Our country is going to hell becasue obviously our President doesn’t have faith so I pray for our President that he find GOD!

  • Mulutski

    That is becasue our younger generations are ignorant! The movie stars are living in lala land where nothing seems so effect them so they figure why not support it as if it is a trend.