Thread: Church & State
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Old 10-20-2012, 00:00   #11
SgtScott31
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Originally Posted by Jeff82 View Post
4. They are at an event no one is forced to go to.
So even though the other students are not required to go to football games, in order for them to attend and enjoy school events that are a huge part of their early adulthood, they have to be buried in someone else's religious beliefs? Where does it stop? Should the band play hymns during halftime?

I personally don't have a problem with what the cheerleaders are doing, but I can see both sides of the argument.
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