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ihaveaquestion

(2,774 posts)
Tue Feb 6, 2024, 11:33 AM Feb 2024

Two students may have stopped a school board from saying Christian prayers at meetings (Livestream) - Friendly Atheist



Feb 6, 2024
During a January 24 meeting of the Prosser School District in Washington, one of the board members suggested a change: Why not introduce prayers after the pledge?

Two students pushed back against the horrible, illegal idea.
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AllaN01Bear

(20,710 posts)
1. i am not athiest and some of us do the walk but these idiots dont read the sep of church and state and furthermore
Tue Feb 6, 2024, 12:09 PM
Feb 2024

the treaty of tripoli esp article 14 which states that the usa is NOT a christian nation , never has been,

Attilatheblond

(2,845 posts)
2. 'lack of attention' is his tell. He didn't realize being on the board wouldn't make him a star?
Tue Feb 6, 2024, 12:41 PM
Feb 2024

Maybe candidates for every office should be required to define PUBLIC SERVICE before being taken seriously. Seems an awful lot of narcissists are just there for the attention.

usaf-vet

(6,490 posts)
3. I bet they had a walking quorum phone meeting before the meeting. Illegal in the state I live in. But used to get.....
Tue Feb 6, 2024, 12:50 PM
Feb 2024

.... everyone on board ahead of time.

CRK7376

(2,215 posts)
6. WELL DONE KIDS!!!!
Thu Feb 22, 2024, 09:02 PM
Feb 2024

Brave young people leading the way in Washington State. You young people will go far and be huge thorns in the GOP world.

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