Congress needs to test each new member on the Constitution. Because Republican (surprise!) bumblers like Jody Hice just don’t know what’s in it, as usual:
Georgia Rep. Jody Hice claims Christians have been tricked into accepting the separation of church and state, calling constitutionally mandated church-state separation a “false belief.”
“Somehow we have bought into that false belief that our Constitution forbids us from being involved because of the so-called separation of church and state. I’m sure you’re aware of the fact that that’s not in our constitution. But it’s been said so many times that many Christians believe that we ought not be involved”.
For the love of Georgia. Congress. Shall. Make. No. Law. Respecting. An. Establishment. Of. Religion.
That’s there to keep your church out of my government. Make no mistake, you are free to be religious and be a representative. No one is saying that you can’t-but go ahead and nail yourself to that particular cross and complain that your stupid religion is under fire just because it’s not welcome in law. And I’m not even going to get into his contention that religious societies would be more moral than secular societies. All I have to say to that is “Duggar”.
This is not a theocracy, crazypants. Learn basic civics before shooting your mouth off.