Let's not Freep. These students were offered a room to pray in but that wasn't enough for them. They had to disrupt traffic and disturb others, all in the name of prayer. If all they wanted to do was pray, they clearly could have used the room that was offered. But no, they obviously wanted to proselytize by this public prayer spectacle they were offering up. What was it that Jesus said about those who pray in public?
Okay, if you are right and they were offered a room, that's fine, but even if they were doing it to make a point, after reading a few comments on this post, I do believe their point has now made. They are showing the hypocrisy of their fellow men.
Have you ever been shopping at a mall or better yet Costco and have people standing in the middle of an aisle with cart in tow and chit chatting to their friends while you are trying to get to an item. This is okay...because? I think we also know are news media, so just how much of this story is true?
Let's get more info before deciding whether or not to freep. They may have been offered a room that was too small to accommodate the group or allow for any growth at all. Or they may have been offered a room in a very remote location, which would have tended to discourage participation, while "politically correct" groups get the convenient spaces. How large is this group, and is it posing a legitimate hazard in the event an emergency evacuation of the school is needed, and to a degree not posed by any other groups that have been allowed to continue their activities?