I've seen much of this going on as of late- and Christians are most often the culprit.
They willfully ignore the first amendment just to bully and push their way into our secular law.
Most of them don't even know that it exists!
They rage and scream over the removal of prayer from public school and the word god from the pledge- they insist that it's a violation of the religious freedom....when in REALITY, it's exactly the opposite!
They cry about how our founding fathers were all Christians, and how we were founded upon Christian ideals, when the truth is actually illuminated in the Treaty of Tripoli, here:

From the Treaty with Tripoli, 1796:
"… the government of the United States of America is not in any sense founded on the Christian Religion."

What can be done to get these people to listen and actually OBEY our laws?
The very laws that we were founded upon!

I deeply respect other peoples' rights to practice whatever religion they please, but they don't bother to do the same for atheists and other religions.

When will the majorities' theocratic tyranny come to an end?

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the scary thing is, that "human laws" don't apply to them in some circumstances in their minds. They believe that their God's laws are above society's.
It is truly amazing how many people who profess a desire to honor the Founding Fathers' intentions are completely oblivious of them.

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