Thursday, May 28, 2009

San Diego County Trying to Violate 2 Parts of 1st Amendment

San Diego County, in California, is trying to blatantly violate a couple's 1st Amendment rights to both freedom of worship and freedom of assembly by trying to make them get a permit to have a few friends over for Bible study. What business is it of the county who meets in their home for what? To charge people to meet is a de facto attempt to prevent freedom of assembly (more, it is granting privileges to those who can afford it, thus violating rule of law, which does not grant privilege). I hope they do sue the County. And they had better win that lawsuit, or else we will have thrown out even the attempt at a facade of liberty in this country.
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