Exclusive: Bill Federer looks at Obama's 2006 statement in light of state constitutions
Published: 5 days ago
by BILL FEDERER
“Whatever we once were, we are no longer a Christian nation.”
– President Barack Obama, June 28, 2006
Wouldn’t it be interesting to find out “whatever we once were”?
Originally, laws that governed personal behavior were under states’ jurisdiction, not federal.
People today are aware that some states allow minors to consume alcohol, and others do not; some states have smoking bans, and others do not; some states allow gambling, and others do not; some states attempt to limit the Second Amendment, and others do not; some states allow gay marriage, and others do not; and one state allows prostitution, while the rest do not.
At the time the Constitution was written, religion was under each individual state’s jurisdiction, and each state expanded religious tolerance at its own speed.
The U.S. Constitution went into effect June 21, 1788, when two-thirds of the states ratified it.
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Original Article: http://www.wnd.com/2013/11/was-america-once-a-christian-nation/
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