American Humanist Association demands students stop feeding starving kids
The American Humanist Association sent that message to a school in Robbinsdale, Minn., accusing them of violating the U.S. Constitution by allowing students to participate in a community service project at a church that involved preparing meals for impoverished children in Haiti.First through third grade students were brought to the church to learn about some of the efforts that the church was undertaking to alleviate world hunger. This is the horrible evangelizing that these poor snowflakes were subjected to - feed the poor. You know, the same type of horrific activity that, were it performed by the local OccupyPlaceName movement, would have the same people falling over themselves demanding that the government force these kids to participate.
The humanists got their britches in a bunch after the family of a student at the School of Engineering and Arts objected to the project being held at Calvary Lutheran Church.
This was a community service activity where the kids helped to package meals to be sent to starving children in Haiti. They're doing a very good and noble thing. And here this nitwit wants to end the program because it's held in a church. Hey, nimrod, the reason it's held in the church is because the Church sponsors the program. The school district didn't bus kids to the church to help out so they could be traumatized by the steeple.
No, far better for the program to be shuttered rather than one precious snowflake have to endure an hour in a church. That's the mentality at work here. This is not about the separation of church and state. This is some anti-religious zealot using the flimsiest of pretenses to stop something good from happening simply because somewhere there is a church involved.
Feed the kids yourselves, you meddling ass.
That is all.