Religion & State Separation

Whether one opposes or supports little or no interaction between religious tenants and government policies in public society. In other words, religion has no place in government. And government has no place in religion.


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    Helen Alli

    U.S. Representative,
    Midlothian, Virginia

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    The government is made up of individuals and every individual has the freedom of religion. I consider myself a Christian, not a very good one. We all have a freedom to worship or not worship any deity and still hold office.

    Tyler Scott Colford

    Senator,
    Jacksonville, Vermont

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    I propose my government platform New Intelligence Crime Solving Management Recognition Education that will solve the past, present and future liability and responsibility of the gov't WHETHER ONE OPPOSES OR SUPPORTS LITTLE OR NO INTERACTION BETWEEN RELIGIOUS TENANTS AND GOVERNMENT POLICIES IN PUBLIC SOCIETY IN OTHER WORDS, RELIGION HAS NO PLACE IN GOVERNMENT AND GOVERNMENT HAS NO PLACE IN RELIGION

    Lee L Mercer, Jr.

    President,
    Houston, Texas

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    I believe that our churches offer services that our state dosent offer and vice versa for States. In the grand design of things our founding fathers decided that some laws of religious freedom could only be decided by the Congress even though if you analyze history I believe the church and the Bible created the first laws such as the times of Moses which is the beginning of the law.

    Michael James Steele

    U.S. Senate,
    Fargo, North Dakota

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    A Free People choose to worship God Almighty according to the dictates of their conscience. The Constitution has never been a legal barrier separating Church and State. That particular phrase was borrowed from Thomas Jefferson in a letter that he wrote to the Danbury Baptist Association. Government should promote a just and moral society, which includes the sponsorship of religious activities.

    Hubert Sean Francisco

    President,
    Richmond, Kentucky

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    Religion and state should always be separated and never combined. Religion is a powerful topic on its own and can cause arguments and disruptions. As a ordained Elder I will keep state and religion separated unless it is at a appropriate time to speak on both

    DaVeon Khalil Whindleton

    School Board Trustee,
    Las Vegas , Nevada

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