Remember my post about the small Texas town of Kountze? The cheerleaders who want their Freedom of Speech to bible bash at a football game. OK... we all know this is going to be dragged through the courts for years.
Here is an update:
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott issued the following statement after the State of Texas intervened in the Kountze cheerleaders' lawsuit to defend the Texas Religious Viewpoints Anti-Discrimination Act:
"After receiving a menacing letter from an organization with a reputation for bullying school districts, the Kountze ISD improperly prohibited high school cheerleaders from including religious messages on their game day banners. Those banners, which the cheerleaders independently produce on their own time with privately funded supplies, are perfectly constitutional. The State of Texas intervened in this case to defend the cheerleaders' right to exercise their personal religious beliefs – and to defend the constitutionality of a state law that protects religious liberties for all Texans."
I left Friday morning for another weekend of ren camping and faire with friends after adding many comments on the Fox News Facebook page. When I got home this afternoon I logged back onto the story to see if anyone else personally attacked me again... but there was an interesting story that happened at the State Fair of Texas in Dallas on Friday morning:
The iconic animated figure known as "Big Tex," which has greeted visitors of the State Fair of Texas for 60 years, was destroyed by fire on Friday. (Read more)
I think it's KARMA!