Triggerman saidWhy did she not mention that the glass ceiling we keep hearing about was held in place by Democrats who voted for a man over a woman? Republicans did not stop her run for the Presidency, Democrats did. Once again, they picked a man over a much more qualified woman when given the chance. Poor Demos, all for women's advancement until they actually had a chance to advance a woman over a man for a job and they went with the guy.
As far as the separation of church and state in an early response, we have never had that. The phrase comes from a letter Jefferson wrote to a church that was concerned about our new gov't. It is not in the Constitution at all, though many people think it is. It was used by a Supreme Court justice in a later ruling, but there is no constitutional separation of church and state in the U.S. The constitution only says there will be no favoritism of one religion over another.
I am an atheist, btw. Have been all my life. Religion is not a part of my life and hasn't been since I was a kid. I am also a politically independent, never been a Democrat or Republican. I think both parties are very flawed.
Thanks for the clarity on Church and State. Having been to the USA, and taking notice of some of your politics. I've been confused many a times with the separation, of Church, and State. Because so many times it has seemed not to be separated at all.
Your Christain belt, full of happy clappers, seem to have a strong political pull, and influence with in the US of A's politics. I was interested if the Mormon whom was running got in, how would he ever be able to separate Church and State, as to be a Mormon, is to be religious 24/7, and not just once a wek, or when ever you went to church.