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    2/14/2015

    Florida Student Told No ‘God Bless America’ In Morning Announcements

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 11:19 am

    Why is it that Humanists and Atheists think freedom of speech applies only to them? Are they going to go after our Marxist President for saying “God bless America” next. The First Amendment doesn’t end when the word God is used. The Humanist group that’s going after a high school kid for saying God Bless America has too much time on their hands. I get so sick of these groups who say freedom of speech out of one side of their face and then want to censor people out of the other. We all have equal rights under the law, so they should crawl back under the Godless rock from whence they came.

    Florida Student Told No ‘God Bless America’ In Morning Announcements By Letitia Stein

    TAMPA, Fla. (Reuters) – A Florida high school told a student this week to stop adding the phrase “God bless America” when reading scripted morning announcements, drawing protests and irate phone calls from around the nation, school officials said on Friday.

    The principal at Yulee High School, located in north Florida near Jacksonville, asked the student to stick to the script after receiving a six-page letter on Monday from the American Humanist Association, a group that describes itself as advocating for humanists, atheists and secular governance.

    The letter said two Yulee students who are atheists had complained about the use over the past several weeks of the phrase.

    “Don’t ad-lib. Just read what’s on the script, and don’t put anything else on it,” was the message given to the student announcer, said Sharyl Wood, a spokeswoman for the school district in Nassau County, just north of Jacksonville.

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