Today I randomly flipped to the Radio Factor to here Bill O'Reilly's guest host discussing intelligent design and asserting that church/state separation can't be found in the Constitution.
Yes, the phrase church/state separation isn't in the Constitution but the principle is.
Really, I'm at the point where I feel that either you can read the 1st amendment and see how it entails the separation of church from state and vice versa or you need to enter into a remedial reading course.
The guest host was saying that all it says is that you can't establish a national church. Really? Under the first amendment Congress could pass a law saying that you have to be a Southern Baptist to get a driver's license? I mean, the amendment doesn't read "Congress shall make no law stating that only Southern Baptists may obtain a driver's license" so obviously the Constitution doesn't prohibit it.
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