Mayor Micah Cawley
Dear Mayor Cawley,
I hope you don't back down from those rotten bastards who are trying to silence your prayers at city council meetings. Such public displays of piety serve an important function in our society. They put minority groups in their place by reminding them that they'll never really be true citizens or become a part of our community until they accept our God.
I grew up in Utah in a community that was solidly Mormon. My fourth grade teacher openly defied the secularist judges of the Supreme Court by starting each day with a prayer. Every student was expected to participate by delivering the prayer whenever his or her turn came up.
One day a new kid showed up. Mrs Nelson, waited a week or so for him to settle in before she finally asked him to deliver the prayer. He refused. She told him he had no choice. He responded that he was Jewish and couldn't pray to Jesus because his family didn't believe in Him.
He paid dearly for his reluctance to worship our Saviour. We made it clear that he'd never be a part of our community by repeatedly kicking his non-believing ass for Jesus. The beatings went on before and after school and at every recess for over a week. Finally, his mother came into the classroom and punched Mrs. Nelson for causing the problem. We never saw the kid after that. He learned that he was not welcome in our community.
I think you ought to follow our example. Call out the complainer and his lawyer and kick their asses. Kick their asses for Jesus. Let them know they'll never be a part of your community.
Gen. JC Christian, patriot