The Reverend Lynn, exalted president*
of Americans United for Separation
of Church and State thinks “If
you're a resident
you must accept decimation
of the rights of a church, who must open their property
to political attacks against the decree
of their own belief,"
for to be brief,
he thinks "state law permits politicking
more than 100 feet from a polling place
although the property owner is kicking!"
But that just plain hasn't a trace
truth. The law just PROHIBITS
politicking in that 100 foot space
and never inhibits
your defense of your place.
(But he said in his website (next to last paragraph)
waxing pompous and regal,
political signs at a church are ILLEGAL!)
Lynn - must a labor union hall
permit anti-union signs if some small
area's used for precinct voting?
and now lest you're gloating
a school with a polling place
host a meeting
bent on defeating
a school levy? Must the school give them space?
And would you take it too hard
to see a Vote Republican sign
in your own front yard?
In short, Rev., do you wish only to besmirch
I Don't wish to be base, Reverend Lynn,
but you're a nut case.
RevLynn also says it's illegal for a church to post CAMPAIGN
SIGNS (scroll to next to last paragraph) on
their lawn. Thus the church can't post signs on their own property but must permit others to post signs they
* Yes, I know - "president"
isn't his correct title but I couldn't think of a good rhyme for "executive director."