Unformatted text preview: Why can’t we pray at schools before football games?” In response, George I’ll meet you on Saturday for the pre-shopping prayer. Hey, as long as it’s nonsectarian and nonproselytizing. George also states, “We should not be blind.” I agree . . . In reply to the Petitioners, the Respondents argued that the students could not avoid a prayer that was said through a public announcement system. While the Justices were meeting alone, I got to sit in with the Attorneys as both the Petitioner and the Respondent continued to discuss the case. One of the petitioners stated that the 1 st Amendment only implies the separation between church and state. They also charged that the petitioner’s side of the case had more points. The Respondents agreed saying that they only had one good point, only to find out that that one point won the case for them....
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- Spring '08
- Supreme Court of the United States, First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Separation of church and state, Petitioner Attorney George, George Mugel