Sweet Jesus....save us from your followers.
This from Tom Eblen at the Herald-Leader:
Office of Homeland Security has no business promoting God
Someday, when state officials have added up all of the taxpayer money that will be spent on the lawsuit filed this week by an atheist group, I hope they will send the bill to state Rep. Tom Riner.To help him pay it, Riner could then take up a collection among the legislators who supported his floor amendment......As a person of faith — and a fellow Christian — I agree with Riner's views about God's role in the security of our state, nation and world.
As an American citizen, though, I don't think it is government's place to promote God.And, as a Kentucky taxpayer, I'm furious that tens of thousands of dollars of public money is likely to be spent litigating this obviously unconstitutional attempt to require government to do the work of churches, synagogues and mosques.
I wouldn't be so angry if this was an isolated case, but it's not. Certain stripes of Christians have, time and again, cost Kentucky taxpayers big bucks because they insist on mixing church and state...