Flag-Folding Ceremony Banned by Moonbat Bureauweenies
Referring to Christianity and Judaism, the religions upon which our civilization is founded, without mentioning every other belief system any veteran has ever held, presumably including not just Shintoism and Scientology but even those that are essentially hostile to our way of life, like Islam and Secular Humanism, "denigrates the patriotic men and women of other faiths who serve our country," according to a moonbat rabbi named Yitzhak Miller.
Welcome to America under the regime of the ACLU.
Consider for a moment the premise of the bullying litigants:
Amendment 1 - Freedom of Religion, Press, Expression. Ratified 12/15/1791.
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.
Does folding our flag in such a ceremony constitute the "free exercise" of religion or the "establishment of religion"?
Certainly the Constitution has already been applied too broadly when you realize that in few of these daily litigious assaults upon our heritage is it a situation of "Congress shall make no law".
I also cannot determine any "right" to be free of religion justified here as a protection of our individual liberties.
Certainly in this particular instance... if you are at the funeral... you might respect the wishes of the fallen, who gave so much, and suck it up.
You know... if you happen to be an intolerant craven hater of everything that very person gave his/her life to defend.
Perhaps, if you are, you might stop off after the funeral and at the Synagogue of "moonbat rabbi Yitzhak Miller" and demand he cease recitation of the Torah as intolerant for it's failure to be inclusive of every other religion.
Then require he give every sermon in every other language spoken on Earth... to be appropriately inclusive.
Cross Posted at DANEgerus
Update... via HotAir:
Vets memorial spokesman on flag-folding fiasco: You’ll never stop us, atheists
A spokesman for the California Defense of Veterans Memorials Project says: nuts.