A cheerleading team in northern Georgia has come under fire for its controversial banners.
Since September 11, 2001, the Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe High School cheerleading team in Catoosa County Georgia has been displaying banners with scripture verses during football games. One recent banner displayed Timothy 1:7 -- "For God did not give us a spirit of timidity, but of power, love, and self-discipline."
Now, however, the school has banned the use of the banners since receiving a complaint from a parent.
Brad Scott is a local youth pastor and president of the LFO class of 2004. He is leading the effort to get the banners restored, and says the use of banners with scripture verses is a student-led initiative and therefore does not violate separation of church and state.
Folks, the "separation of church and state" is a legal fiction imposed upon America by secular propagandists. Ditch it.
Memo to "Separationists": Please cite in the Declaration, the Constitution, or the Bill of Rights where this phrase occurs.
Please notice: These cheerleaders are not establishing a national state Baptist Church. Also, they are not Congress making a law limiting religious expression, etc., which is what the 1st Amendment forbids ("Congress shall make no law"): A Limit on Congress. Not on us. Get it?
Memo to Americans: Live free as human beings empowered and endowed by our Creator with "certain unalienable rights" -- among them the right tell the ACLU to take a hike.
Memo to MSNBC, CNN, ACLU, Congress, etc., etc.: Keep your un-American and inhumane church of secularism off our country, our states, our schools, our families, our choices.
Don't tread on us.