The First Amendment and rejection of a
stevenjamar at gmail.com
Wed Nov 22 13:26:56 PST 2006
Isn't religion different because you can't require a religious test
for holding office? And religion is not just subsumed under speech.
I think a person's views can be the basis of selection for this
position, but aren't religious views put off limits by the constitution?
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