The Constitution does what?

The Constitution bars any state “establishment” of religion. That means the government cannot promote religion in general, or favor one faith over another.
-FoxNews.com October 12, 2004.

It does not say that! It only restricts Congress (the Senate and House of Representatives) from creating laws that establish religion – the Constitution is silent about posting or displaying the Ten Commandments on government properties. Not only is the Ten Commandments a religious document, but it also is a historical document. The founders of this country based many laws and the structure of our government on the Bible including the Ten Commandments.

It is time people – especially judges and the media – start reading the U.S. Constitution to find out what it really says.

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