Even better, were this held on private land. If private land I need the permission from the land owner. If he says no bad for me because the USC does not factor in private actions. So I try public lands, but ah, that is owned by the government thus I still need to ask permission to hold a protest.
You seem to be forgetting one thing in your analysis: In the U.S., the government is supposed to be owned by the people, the public (I'm not saying it is, mind you), so public lands are supposed to be owned by the people, to be used by the people.
Having to to ask permission to exercise your right of peaceful assembly on public lands, of which you are part owner, seems to me to be a violation of the Constitution, as it is intended.
1. The whole deity thing
2. Theirs is the only religion; everybody else is an "infidel," "sinner," or "satanist"
3. Everybody who is not one of them should be either converted or killed (there are some exceptions to this one)
4. They all believe that nobody can be ethical without their religion, and
5. Usually, the poor people who go to services pay for the lavish lifestyles of their religious "leaders"
Needless to say, I don't believe in any of that religious claptrap either (except FSM, of course).
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