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  •  There are now no Protestants on SCOTUS (0+ / 0-)

    Does the U.S. Supreme Court need another Protestant?

    Does it matter, in a majority Protestant country, that another one join the court? Sarah Pulliam Bailey, blogging at Get Religion, notes that this does matter to another Protestant -- retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor who told the Associated Press that the court needed more religious diversity.
    Not that it matters.  The selection of Supremes undergoes a rigorous democratic process and the law is blind to religion (highly debated by some).

    However, if 50% of the nation is Protestant as this chart suggests, it is curious that there are now no Protestant Supremes.

    It's difficult to be happy knowing so many suffer. We must unite.

    by War on Error on Sat Nov 23, 2013 at 09:20:40 AM PST

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