The Supreme Court screwed up, and almost half of the justices know it.
In Galloway versus Greece, the Court upheld state-sponsored prayer, such as religious readings held before public or government meetings.
The vote two weeks ago showed their indecision, 5-4.
Essentially, the court decided that sectarian prayers led by a town councilman, for example, do not violate the Constitution.
On the surface, that doesn't sound too bad. It actually sounds nice. But here's the key.