You can pretty much guess, since it’s Texas and they are patriots down there, an organization or wealthy benefactor donated. It could have been a council of churches or even the Cowboys. But it would never, ever be Soros. You can count on that.
February 11, 2013 at 4:41pm
You hope WHO is visited by the cop killer? Presuming you are another one of the sick lefties who has cheered the death of a patriot while cheering on a mentally ill murderer let me educate you on a few facts about our military snipers.
They are the guys who run interference and keep danger at bay so the rest of the troop can move forward. If he had not done his job, hundreds of Americans could have lost their lives. Your disrespect is not well received by those who honor our military (and ain’t it too bad they die for fools like you?).
October 20, 2012 at 1:59pm
You’re right. There is no separation of church and state. It was referred to in letters to the Danbury Baptist Church by Thomas Jefferson, if memory serves.
October 20, 2012 at 1:58pm
Chris, Why do you so strongly object to those kids expressing what they believe? I have read several of your postings and you are spewing so much anger! They should not have even had to go to a judge to do it. If you want to go hang your signs that say the creator is dead, then do it. The majority down there might not like it but you can do it. As long as the school doesn’t mandate prayer or the study of religion in the school, it’s legal for the kids to do as they please.