No one says you do.
.......I don't have to stand there and pretend to be reverent when an Imam issues a prayer.
If you are an elected legislator, then the rules are different for you than if you are simply a private citizen. What really gets me about this situation is that these two didn't HAVE to even be there. I'm sure they were aware who was giving the prayer, but they chose to make a scene. I think that's reprehensible.
I hope the party leaders make it very difficult for them. We don't need "Republicans" like this. Let them join some other party.
There are no 'rules' governing this, except those you would impose.
I hope the party leaders make it very difficult for them.
And if they do, I hope there are thousands of citizens who will make it very difficult for them.
We don't need "Republicans" like this.
We need lots more just like them, who will have the courage to put this stupid political correctness/diversity-for-the-sake-of-diversity crap to bed permanently.
Let them join some other party.
Maybe you should join the Democrats. They love the Islamists.
"Make a scene"???? My God, son.......are you THAT sensitive all of a sudden? If memory serves......and please correct me if I'm wrong........I think you're an ardent atheist. If I'm correct, what do you give a s**t if a Christian walks out on a Muslim? That's sheer hypocrisy. Don't EVEN pretend to lecture here on "respect for others' religions".
Like I said........your lack of conviction doesn't sway me. I view it as a personal problem.