The courts demand that every religious person must accommodate<br/>a single atheist who might be 'offended' at the favorable mention<br/>of God's name (unfavorable or blasphemous mentions, we are told,<br/>are protected by the same First Amendment that prohibits favorable<br/>mentions). But no atheist can be forced to accommodate a single<br/>religious person who might be offended by the atheist's unbelief,<br/>or who wants to be part of the pluralism and diversity about<br/>which liberals regularly speak, but which is not broad enough to<br/>embrace people who believe in God.
Cal Thomas
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