Wednesday, February 08, 2012


When someone and a few others is offended by it, (The Lords Prayer). In this case, Mr. ____ who believes it violates his and their right to freedom of irreligion when said at the beginning of council meetings.

Mr. ____ seems to think he has been called to a vocation of sustained whining, so, to help him overcome this affliction, maybe the council should be asked to read an entire chapter of the New Testament.

It is our opinion a prayer before a meeting of lawmakers should never be offensive to anyone. If it is, they should look within themselves to acertain the reason they are offended.

Bring Back the Lord's Prayer, Council president Benedetti!