Elite Daily- Though it is a fixture in every football team’s playbook, coaches at Cape Henlopen High School in Delaware might not even be able to resort to the Hail Mary now. This week, Cape Henlopen High School’s football team staff has been banned from engaging in post-game prayer circles with students. The ban comes as a result of the school district’s superintendent, Robert S. Fulton, receiving a letter of complaint from the Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF).
So I was already going to blog this. Then I realized the jackass who suspended the coach goes by the name of Robert Fulton. Fucking Fulton, what an absolute pussy. Can't be catering to every cry baby organization Robert. That's what's wrong with Fulton's these days. No backbone. Spineless fucking jellyfish. Make a stand one time for me Bob. What does FFRF stand for anyway? Fucking fraud Robert Fulton?
Where do all these organizations come from? I swear there is a new one each and every day. Who raised the founders of these bullshit organizations? Coaches have to get suspended now because Elizabeth Cavell needs attention? It's not the high school's fault your parents didn't love you Lizzy. And now, neither does God. Smooth move wench.
You can't do anything in public anymore. You just have to walk around like a bunch of robots and kiss everybody's ass. Fuck that. I'm the farthest thing from religious. I'm not atheist or anything, but I'm not going to live my life in accordance with the Bible either. Truthfully I probably just believe in God because it makes me feel better about dying one day. You want to pray then go ahead and pray. I probably won't, but don't let me stop you. If people don't like it then either tell them to find Jesus or piss off. Who cares?
You think these kids got down one knee and legitimately prayed to their higher power? No. Prayer circles happen at every level of football. NFL players do it for Christ sake. I don't see the FFRF sending Roger Goodell a letter. The post game prayer circle is to pray for the player's continued health and to show solidarity between teams, and teammates alike. If players don't want to participate then they have every right not to. I fail to see the difference between a bunch of players praying together whether that be with, or without, the coaches.
Honestly, It really takes some kind of asshole to make me side with the religious lunatics...