This topic was recently closed on the News/Current Events forum but I think it is a legitimate question as a political discussion, too, not just a current event. But I'm willing to defer to a mod if I'm out of line switching fora. I also agree with faithgirl that the current topic title is more appropriate than the original question whether the phrase violates "separation of church and state" which I believe is a misnomer anyway. The current title is more on point--in particular does it violate the Establishment Clause. G2C, feel free if you want to take up where we left off there, with my question about what you meant with your last post there. I know we disagree on this topic but I would love to read your thoughts on this. Thanks.