Christian Clubs Told to 'Stop Whining,' Meet in Homes Like in Communist China
An Americans United for the Separation of Church and State official told Vanderbilt University Christians to "stop whining" about the institution's all-comers policy and hold their meetings in private homes like Christians in communist China.
During the 2012 National Religious Broadcasters Convention's public policy debate on Tuesday, AU Executive Director Barry W. Lynn defended Vanderbilt's right as a private institution to impose a campus-wide nondiscrimination policy that could potentially drive religious student organizations off campus.
Those who oppose the policy, he said, should "get over it" and "stop whining."...
The issue here is that the university makes the rules. I say if you don't like the rules of a private university then just go to a different one that does support your belief system. Why spend good resources being propagandized by liberals anyway!