A federal district court in Wisconsin today ruled the National Day of Prayer unconstitutional.
U.S. District Judge Barbara B. Crabb issued the decision in a case filed by the Freedom From Religion Foundation, a Wisconsin-based atheist and agnostic group that challenged the constitutionality of a 1988 federal law.
The law gives the president the authority to designate the first Thursday in May as a National Day of Prayer.
Jessica Dawson wrote: My Mom says that atheists must believe in God, if they make such a conscience effort to deny Him.
Well of course atheists believe in God but the idea of God interferes with their sexual mores and they do not want to be under the authority of God. That ruling by that Federal District Court in Wisconsin should totally be disregarded by the Federal Government.