How does a handful of aspiring Obama wannabes try to get the upper hand? Whining, of course.
While we began our local STAND UP FOR RELIGIOUS FREEDOM rally, the handful of aspiring Obama wannabes, one with bright pink hair, belched up ‘separation of Church and State’ vomit CLEARLY forgetting that being on public ground that we had a RIGHT to OUR First Amendment Rights:
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.
We were forced to put our signs down….during a First Amendment rally. I wonder if they get the irony.
CREDIBILITY: I wonder if the aspiring Obama wannabes know how ridiculous one of them looked with pink hair wearing a ‘save the tatas’ tshirt in front of 300 people. NICE.
My goodness…I think my FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS have been vomited on…by someone with pink hair. And what was even more pitiful than that was how the police were a little fuzzy on FREE SPEECH rights in a public forum. Irony or well planned?
All this being said, you can’t be a shrinking violet in the Prolife movement. No backbone, no integrity…especially when the opposition is watching you. Or maybe scheming? Either way, being girded with the knowledge of your rights is paramount. We had a right to assemble and be heard by whoever wanted to hear.
PERSECUTION ROCKS!! It shows us where we need to be stronger.
This pitiful little bump in the road during the Rally only strengthens what we have to do for our rights as Americans and for unborn Americans. Stand strong, Stand UP for your FREEDOMS!
There are times that I am just plain impressed by children. I think that most of us grown-ups don’t think kids can fathom life from death. This is a time I do not mine being WRONG:
From Foxnews.com: A California mom says her public school administrators violated her daughter’s First Amendment rights when they ordered the seventh-grader to take off her pro-life T-shirt.
The complaint reads– “Upon arriving at the main office, Defendant Hernandez, intentionally and without Plaintiff’s consent, grabbed Plaintiff’s arm and forcibly escorted her toward Smith’s office, at all times maintaining a vice-like grip on Plaintiff’s arm. Hernandez only released Plaintiff’s arm after physically locating her in front of Smith and Defendant Rohrer….Smith and Rohrer ordered Plaintiff to remove her pro-life T-shirt and instructed Plaintiff to never wear her pro-life T-shirt at McSwain Elementary School ever again….Completely humiliated and held out for ridicule, Plaintiff complied with Defendants’ directives and removed her pro-life T-shirt, whereupon, Defendants seized and confiscated it. Defendants did not return Plaintiff’s property until the end of the school day.”
First Amendment attorney William Becker, who represents Amador, disagreed that the shirt could be seen as containing inappropriate messages. “The message of the T-shirt is that life is sacred,” he said. “One would be very hard pressed to find anything wrong with that particular idea, except that some people do object to the political message.”
There were no photos of unborn children torn apart by abortion…even though it is the truth when it comes to abortion. There was no ‘pride’ parade or demonstration or protest. It was a just a shirt. I’m sure that if it was a demon inspired Goth shirt or something depicting a gay lifestyle, all would be well. Remember, this was public school…check your Bible and your sensibilities at the door. The government owns you.