Lately the mantra on the left is “forget the constitution” we should do what’s “right!”
Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Reid Report” during a discussion about yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling protecting public prayer as a constitutional right, Georgia State University Law Professor Eric Segall argued public prayer is not inclusive and Americans should only have moments of silence saying:
“All I’m suggesting to people is forget the Constitution,” he said. “Let’s do the right thing and include everybody in a moment of silence which has worked in high schools, has worked at football games, and I have been to some great sporting events where there’s a moment of quiet reflection on behalf of a great tragedy or great celebration.”
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Should a man who says “forget the Constitution” be a law professor?