What we need now is a separation of the “Church of Abortion” and state. Or at least, a level playing field.

Now that it appears the liberal/progressive “Church of Abortion” managed to keep their $300 million Planned Parenthood subsidy, it’s high time the “settled” legal precedent of separation of church and state was expanded to cover activities by organizations that “look and “act” like traditional churches, and/or have their own particular ideologies and creeds.

The liberal “sacrament” of abortion
appears to be at the very center
of all today’s progressive causes.

It’s high time the Supreme Court took note … and got to work providing “equal justice” under the law … in order to deny government funding to Planned Parenthood and all such “quasi” secular churches … no matter their stated purpose or intent.

Either that, or permit equal and unrestricted, level playing field, government funding/support … or the lack of it … for all “church” type organizations … whether they be real … or merely, simulated.

It’s only fair!

1 Comment

  1. Brilliant! Perhaps you can press that pesky principle separating religion and government into serving your ends simply by redefining religion to include the target of your ire. Points for creativity.

    Separation of church and state does not prevent citizens from making decisions based on principles derived from their religions. Moreover, the religious beliefs of government officials naturally may inform their decisions on policies. The principle of separation of church and state, in this context, merely constrains government officials not to make decisions with the predominant purpose or primary effect of advancing religion; in other words, the predominant purpose and primary effect must be nonreligious or secular in nature. A decision coinciding with religious views is not invalid for that reason as long as it has a secular purpose and effect.

    Wake Forest University recently published a short, objective QandA primer on the current law of separation of church and state–as applied by the courts rather than as caricatured in the blogosphere. I commend it to you. http://tiny.cc/6nnnx


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