The FFRF is going after two schools that have posted this plaque in their building:
The community is outraged, and Fox News is on it!
I found their excuses entertaining.
We’re in the South, where we’re all soaked in Jesus!
We’re the majority. Minorities, sit down and shut up.
This is Texas. The people complaining are in Wisconsin. By what right do Yankees have an interest in the good education of Texans?
The plaques have been up for two decades. You can’t ever change anything old!
It’s a War on Christianity, they’re trying to bully us!
But really, my very favoritist argument comes from the pastor they brought on. Remember, the FFRF is arguing that this sectarian Christian message in a public school is a violation of the separation of church and state. So what does Coffmann do? He announces that their whole goal is to proselytize Christianity and defy the Constitution!
We’re all about wanting to see the cause of Christ go further,Pastor Justin Coffman, whose children attend Midlothian ISD schools, explained to Fox News host Ainsley Earhardt.We want to see the cause of Christ in more public arenas in the American culture. We don’t want to take things away from. We want to see Christ in our schools.
These people are idiots. They shouldn’t be allowed within 100 yards of any school, let alone be permitted to dictate what goes on inside.