The state-sponsored Christian Reverend Patrick J. Conroy, who is appointed by the federal government but never opens Congress in anything other than a Christian ritual, was at his usual antics again yesterday. He began the day of the U.S. House of Representatives by speaking loudly
Yesterday, the House of Representatives witnessed a twisting knot of self-contradiction from Reverend Patrick J. Conroy, the government-established, First Amendment busting, Chaplain of the lower house of Congress. Chaplain Conroy prayed: “Loving God, we give You thanks for giving us another day.” Thanks to God,
Yesterday, Barry C. Black, the man appointed and paid by the U.S. federal government to be the high priest of the United States Senate, stood on the floor of the Senate and called upon his god to seize control of the legislative body. “Today, equip
Chaplain Patrick Conroy, you can’t it both ways. Do you want your big spirit in the sky to control members of Congress, or do you want them to think for themselves?
Did Patrick J. Conroy’s prayer come true, or was his religious ceremony in Congress on Friday impotent?
Legislating Christianity forever – will the 112th Congress comply with the religious demands of the Chaplain of the House of Representatives?
Given the very diverse nature of the House of Representatives, how is it helpful to have a preacher come and declare that the beliefs of large numbers of U.S. Representatives about religion are unworthy?
Senate Chaplain Barry C. Black says that we can’t live without his religion’s god, but, days later, I’m still alive. How can this be?
Chaplain Black wasn’t consoling anybody. He was using a multiple murder to continue to push the idea that the USA could become a Christian theocracy, beseeching his deity to control the thoughts of the US senators before him, to “imbue their minds with Your vision of what we can become when we seek first to do Your will.”
Day after day, Daniel P. Coughlin is using his position in Congress to exalt Christianity and put down non-Christian Americans.
There exists within the United States Senate a government funded office of theocracy which organizes Christian worship sessions in the Senate, directs senators’ interpretations of the Christian Bible, instructs senators on how to apply Christian doctrine to legislative activity, declares that the Christian God is the sovereign ruler of the United States, and proclaims that the “separation of God and State” will not be tolerated in the Senate.