“What did you expect, what did you reasonably expect?”

“What did you expect, what did you reasonably expect?”
If that line sounds familiar to you it is a quote from a prosecutor starring in Law & Order.

Prayer In Schools:
The ongoing contention started when Steven Engel, a Jewish New Yorker, came together with other parents in 1958 to sue New York State over state-endorsed prayer that was being recited in schools. The Supreme Court inevitably sided with Engel and the decision was issued on June 25, 1962.
The invocation in question was one that had been approved by the New York State Board of Regents. The prayer, which read, “Almighty God, we acknowledge our dependence upon Thee, and we beg Thy blessings upon us, our parents, our teachers and our Country,” was relatively benign in nature.

Madalyn Murray O’Hair is best known for the Murray v. Curlett lawsuit, which led to a landmark Supreme Court ruling ending official Bible-reading in American public schools in 1963.

What was the outcome when we banned God from schools? Below are a few example’s.

School Shootings

8/1/1966 Charles Whitman, murdered 17 and wounded 31

12/30/74 Anthony Barbaro, murdered 3 and wounded 11

2/24/84 Tyrone Mitchell, murdered 2 and wounded 12

5/16/86 David & Doris Young, murdered 2 wounded 74

9/26/88 James Wilson, murdered 2 and wounded 9

1/17/89 Patrick Purdy, murdered 6 and wounded 32

5/21/98 Kip Kinkel, murdered 4 and wounded 23

4/20/99 Eric Harris & Dylan Klebold, murdered 15 wounded 21

3/21/05 Jeffrey Weise, murdered 7 and wounded 7

10/2/06 Charles Roberts murdered 5 and wounded 5

4/16/07 Seung-Hui Cho, murdered 33 and wounded 17

2/14/08 Steven Kazmierczak murdered 5 and wounded 21

4/02/12 One L. Goh, murdered 7 and wounded 3

12/14/12 Adam Lanza, murdered 28 and wounded 2

10/24/14 Jaylen Fryberg, murdered 4 and wounded 1

10/1/15 Christopher Harper-Mercer, murdered 9 and wounded 9

Church Shootings

2015 Emanuel AME Baptist Church in South Carolina: 9 murdered–3 injured
2017 1st. Baptist Church in in Texas: 26 murdered–20 injured


2017 Las Vegas: 59 murdered over 500 injured

Below are examples of the Ten Commandments ordered removed from court houses and public land. There are many cities being sued by the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) to remove them from other cities.

July 18, 2011 Federal Senior District Judge Maurice Paul ruled Friday that Dixie County has 30 days to remove a granite monument of the Ten Commandments from atop the steps of the county courthouse in Cross City, where it has sat since 2006.

July 2, 2015 Oklahoma’s high court made a stir of its own in a ruling that had a group of self-proclaimed Satanists and an ordained Baptist minister celebrating.
The Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the state must remove a 6-foot tall granite monument of the Ten Commandments from its capitol because it violates the state’s constitutional ban against the use of public funds or property to benefit a religion.

October 16, 2017 WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Monday sided with a lower court that ordered a New Mexico city to remove a Ten Commandments monument from the lawn outside City Hall.

The Christian Cross
A federal judge reluctantly ordered the removal of the Bayview Cross from a public park in Pensacola, Florida. Senior U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson gave the city 30 days to remove the cross, which has stood in various forms in a corner of Bayview Park for about 75 years.

A federal judge has ordered a Pennsylvania county to remove the cross from its seal, saying it violated the Constitution.

“So help me God”
A few years ago I was called to testify in court and was asked to raise my right hand and the clerk said “Do you swear to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth.” I stood there waiting for her to finish with ‘so help you God, which never happened. It was then I realized I wasn’t asked to place my hand on a bible. My thought was when this change?

Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, contains the remains of more than 400,000 servicemen/women who died defending the United States of America. Every grave contains a cross. How soon before the ACLU sues to have them removed? Think it can’t happen—wait.

I was raised a Catholic, and I believe in the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, and Christians recognize the Son as Jesus Christ. That’s my belief, and you are certainly entitled to yours.
Christmas is coming and Christians celebrate the birthday of Jesus, and people afraid of appearing to be seen as “politically incorrect” will be greeting friends and family with the greeting “Happy Holidays.
“Politically Correct” has gone over the edge and no matter what you say you will offend someone.
So with that said I don’t care if I am P/C or not. Merry Christ mas to all.

So ending this story here are my thoughts: We threw God out of schools, out of courthouses and out of government. Were removing every symbol that reminds us of Him. So ask yourself:

“What do you expect, what do you reasonably expect?”