Boyle County Fiscal Court Ends Prayer At Meetings

The county's governing body used to begin each session with a prayer; now it will start with a moment of silence because of a citizen complaint.

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KYatheist - 1/12/2013 8:09 PM
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I'm an atheist in Boyle County and I'm so glad someone spoke up. I think it's sad that he has to hide for fear of reprisal from the Christians. This area's religious, who paint themselves as peace-loving people, are hateful and oppressive. I'm also a veteran and I don't need people praying for me, especially people that clearly don't believe in the freedoms I fought for. Those freedoms include the freedom FROM religion as well.
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