Wednesday, July 20, 2011

School boards best placed to decide on prayer: McGuinty

Now this is something I can work with.


"So when it comes to faith matters I have faith in school boards, I have faith in schools themselves to make judgments that they think are appropriate in their particular circumstances."

Bull. You don't have faith in Catholic school boards to teach their own fatih. But whatever!

Now, why can't school boards get the same slack when it comes to gay-straight alliances, or junk food, or a whole host of other issues?

School boards can decide whether to accommodate creeping Sharia, but they can't decide if the school will have vending machines?