Do you think that the Supreme Court should be able to pray before they start court cases?

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  • No, the supreme court should not pray at all.

    The Supreme Court should be immune to all religious aspects in its rulings and actions. For them to pray before starting a court case would be allowing religion to enter into certain rulings. This is bad for everyone. Religious propaganda has no place in a room full of facts and laws. Religion has a place with Big Foot and Santa Claus.

  • No to Prayer

    The Supreme Court represents all of the peoples of the land. They should be able to pledge the allegiance to the flag. But there is too much of a myriad of religions to have the Supreme Court to have prayer before court cases. The ritual is not needed and unAmerican.

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