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Published: Wednesday, Nov. 2 2011 3:37 p.m. MDT

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Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

"Prayer is a sacred component of any religion," Hill said. "Making fun of someone else's spiritual connection is on par with ridiculing them about their family." - Article

And yet:

*'Praying for President Obama: Prayer in politics: Piety or pandering?' - By Sara Israelsen-Hartley, Deseret News - 10/24/11

'...talk about the importance of petitioning God, and even suggest people who need prayers, like Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who recently asked the country to pray for President Barack Obama...'

So, it's acceptable to pray in public...

unless you are President Obama?

Perhaps if we called everyone on bended knee a...

*'Tea Party Express leader Mark Williams kicked out over 'Colored People' letter' - BY HELEN KENNEDY - NY Daily News - 07/18/10

'A California radio host and leader of the Tea Party Express, Williams had labeled the Manhattan boro president a "Jewish Uncle Tom" and President Obama an:

"Indonesian Muslim turned welfare thug."

Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

ESPN can scarcely afford to lecture anyone on political correctness.
They did nothing when Mike Tyson besmirched Sarah Palin on their radio program in the most vile way.

Johnny Triumph
American Fork, UT

Mocking prayer is most likely not Anti-Christian but only incredibly bad taste.

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